Name server, also called a host, is the server that will hold a list of all the IP addresses within its network. A name server is similar to a phone book. It is a directory that tells the Internet where to find your web site and where to deliver your email ect. In other words, it is a computer that has both the software and the data needed to resolve domain names to Internet Protocol (IP) numbers. » Read more about: Name Server »[Continue reading]
Microsoft Office Access, popularly known as Access database, is a database management system that lets you create a database and then store data. (Little more technical.. it is a relational database management system). Comes with a nice user interface to create tables(to store data) and views(to combine data among different tables and then view it).
You can import data from Excel, tab-delimeted text files, Outlook, HTML and from other database systems, to name a few. » Read more about: Access Database »[Continue reading]
Bandwidth is the amount of data transferred to or from your website or server in a given time. In other words bandwidth is the amount of web traffic a site can facilitate. Suppose your website is hosted on a 2GB/month hosting account and your site contains a 2MB picture. Each time a visitor see that image, you are using 2MB from your bandwidth and 1000 visitors can view that picture before you exceed the 2,000MB (2GB) limit. » Read more about: Bandwidth »[Continue reading]
IP address is a unique number consisting of 4 parts separated by dots, e.g. 220.127.116.11. Every domain name has an IP address assigned to it. Some hosting provides one single IP address to hundreds of websites sharing one server.
A dedicated IP is a unique Internet address dedicated exclusively to a single hosting account. If you have a business oriented website and you need to install SSL certificate for your website then will need a dedicated IP address for your site. » Read more about: Dedicated IP »[Continue reading]