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You often hear about websites being hacked and 'held for ransom'. You may be asking, how does this happen or how can I prevent it from happening to my own website? We want to break down the ways websites are hacked and how you can easily prevent yourself from being a victim.
We've all seen offers for free web hosting or even hosting that's a dollar or two per month and many have tried or been very tempted. In nearly every instances, there are prices to be paid for signing up for these types of plans.
If you've created a website before, you've probably heard the term FTP or FTP Client. FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol and it's used to move files from your desktop to your web hosting account or vice versa.
Whether you’re online now or wanting to bring your business online, there are a few common terms you should familiarize yourself with. While these terms are all related to a website, they all play a different role in the process.
Many individuals and businesses have their domains registered with multiple registrars and have their hosting and other website assets elsewhere. Often times, this can become confusing and more of a hassle than it’s worth.