When shopping around for web hosting, it can be easy to get confused since there are so many options. Understanding what the various types of hosting are and how they work will help you to make a decision regarding which one is the best option for your site or sites.
For people who are running relatively small websites, the two main options are shared hosting and cloud hosting. Both of these are excellent options and the one that is right for you will depend largely on your specific needs. Take a few minutes to read more about each of these hosting technologies so you can make an informed decision. Read More
Posted by Michael Lavrik
InterServer has a long-standing partnership with CloudLinux. Over the years, we have tested and implemented a variety of their key product offerings. When Imunify360 was launched a few years ago, we were eager to put it to the test. One key factor that really made this tool attractive is that Imunify seamlessly integrates with InterServer’s existing InterShield Security System .
InterShield offers similar types of security features, but with an emphasis on scanning files that are being run by the webserver. A major point of difference between InterShield & Imunify360, is that files that are modified are automatically scanned, along with running a much faster weekly scanner. Read More
If you are thinking about taking your business to the next level, you have to take advantage of the internet. Whether you are a small local toy store, or a multinational organization, a good website is one of the best ways to build your business. The best and most cost-efficient way of bringing your business online is through a high-quality website, and that means you will need great web hosting services.
Among all web hosting service providers, Interserver is considered the best because it offers the best features for any kind of business, and always at a reasonable price. Read More
You can’t ignore the benefits of using Hypertext Markup Language 5 (HTML5) to build your website. It’s the fifth, as well as the final, version of the markup language of its namesake. Data collected by W3Techs shows that over 87 percent of all websites feature HTML5. While you can typically use an earlier version of HTML to build your website, HTML 5 offers a few major benefits.
Using HTML5 to build your website will reduce the risk of browser problems. As the latest version of HTML, it’s compatible with all major browsers. Read More
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 positively impacted millions of disabled people’s lives, providing greater accessibility to public areas. The act also has enabled disabled persons to pursue opportunities in education and employment, which were once unobtainable. However, many do not realize that the ADA also extends to website accessibility to provide suitable online content accommodations. Section 508 (access-board.gov/ict.html) of the
Rehabilitation Act further addressed this issue and created standards and accessibility guidelines.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (w3.org/WAI/standards-guidelines/wcag/), developed by a community global experts community, listed 14 guidelines, and checkpoints to make content accessible in compliance with Section 508 in 1999. Read More
The ability to develop video for the web is rapidly becoming a necessary skill for careers ranging from drama to marketing. Even well known directors have found it a useful venue for their skills. Joss Whedon, the creator of such television series as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, has created a show solely distributed by the web: Dr.
Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (drhorrible.com). It stars a few big names, including Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howser, M.D.). Despite the big names beginning to tackle video for the web, however, it’s still relatively easy to create videos no matter the financial backing involved. Read More
Data drives progress. Until a new breakthrough in the way we store, analyze, and spread information changes, it’s hard to reach peak business performance without a strong data backbone.
Can your team process information without much of a challenge–at least compared to the competition? Do you have ways to store information about clients, customers, products, services, employees, and investors? Can you make sense of that data with databases, analysis, and reports?
Answering those questions is a work in progress for everyone. Even if you can say yes by today’s standards, there is always a next step. Read More
Posted by Manoj Kumar
When searching for a platform on which to build your online store, you’ll probably encounter WooCommerce. Since its release in 2011, it’s been downloaded over 5 million times. WooCommerce is an easy-to-use platform that provides all the features you need to build your online store from the ground up. Unless you’ve used it in the past, however, you might be reluctant to choose it over other popular e-commerce platforms like Shopify, BigCommerce and Magento.
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