How to upload a file to your website using a ftp client – Filezilla

So you’ve got yourself that domain you’ve always wanted, you got a nice hosting plan at now it is time you get your website working.
The first thing you will have to do is to upload files to your website. And this is how you do it using one of the most popular ones – Filezilla.
First things first: download the client
After the succesful install you will have to do some preliminary steps:
– know the name of the FTP server for your website. For example, your host may tell you that your FTP hostname is “”.
– your username or login username for your FTP account.
– your password for this FTP account.
– the specific directory where you need to have your files so that they can be seen by a web browser visiting your site. For example, your host may tell you to place the files in a subdirectory called “www” or “public_html” or even the default directory that you see when you log into your FTP site.

So how do you upload or publish a file […] Continue Reading…


IDN – International Domain Names

What is IDN?
IDN or Internationalized Domain Name is, as the name suggests, the name of an internet domain. IDNs are written in different alphabets, such as Latin, Chinese, Arabic, and with specific characters, such as diacritics. It’s enough for the domain to have one single letter that isn’t in the normal alphabet (A-Z), isn’t a number (0-9) or a hyphen (-), in order for it to be considered an IDN. By using the Punycode, IDN’s allow internet users to access any internet domain as if it was written in their own alphabet.

Domain Name System
IDNs can be found in the Domain Name System (DNS). The Domain Name System translates network addresses by using ASCII strings.
DNS is a naming system for computers, services, websites, or anything else that has an internet connection. It has a decentralized structure and has the ability to create links between information and domain names. DNS is, at its core, a database, with records such as SOA, IP addresses, MX, name servers, pointers and CNAME.
Internationalizing Domain Names in Applications (IDNA)
Only […] Continue Reading…


Hosting resources – what’s best for me?

If you are planning to build your own website, one of the most important aspects is choosing a hosting plan. It is very important to find a hosting provider able to suit your needs, with enough support, speed, security, and, of course, at a decent price given your requirements.

Let me give some tips that might help you with this choice.

1. What kind of hosting do you need?
The hosting industry is a big one. There are incredibly many options for you to choose from. So how do you choose one that suits your needs? There are three important aspect you must consider: speed, support and security. The prices for hosting services vary a lot, you can pay as little as a few dollars or as much as thousands of dollars per month. For most websites, a basic plan that costs a few dollars is more than enough to start with. For this price, you will get a place on a shared server. You can upgrade your plan later, as your website grows. However, if you […] Continue Reading…


Shared Hosting vs. Reseller Hosting

Today, a website can literally have everything in it! Whether you’re building a small blog to post your photos and personal experiences, or a virtual store with an advanced encryption and efficient payment system, you can do it all.

To succeed on the Internet, more important than having a good idea for your site is having a complete hosting plan that meets all of your needs. Today we are going to talk about shared hosting and reseller hosting. We will layout some important features of these hosting plans and you can decide which one is best for you.

What is Shared Hosting?

Shared hosting is the most used form of hosting in the world, mainly because it has one of the best cost / benefit ratios in the market. With this plan, the user can have access to various tools at a price they can afford.
It’s really simple and it works like this: you host your site on a server group that has its resources shared among dozens or even hundreds of other sites. Therefore, each site […] Continue Reading…


VPS vs. Dedicated server

Over the years, having a web presence has become increasingly simple. With all the technology available today, it is possible to put your company on the web in a matter of days. But before you put your website online, you need to make some decisions. One of the first choices you need to do is to decide if you need a VPS or a dedicated server.

This choice will directly affect the performance of your site, so it’s important to know how these services work. Before understanding the main differences between them, you must answer the following question:

What are the needs of my website?

As you surely noticed, there are many different types of sites. There are portals, blogs, personal websites, institutional, hot sites, social networks, and many other services with specific features. And each one requires an appropriate hosting plan.

When you design your website, you need to observe the type of web hosting it will need. So for example: is it a content portal with thousands of simultaneous accesses? If so, the site will require […] Continue Reading…

softaculous cpanel

7 Reasons Why We Love Softaculous (And You Should Too!)

It’s safe to say that the internet has become a large and important part of people’s lives. However, we also know that our busy schedules can make it almost impossible to keep up with all of the latest trends and digital innovations. Want to make your life easier? Then what we about to reveal to you is a piece of information that you’ll definitely not want to keep aside.
What if I told you that there was a way to get free script installations on your website that can help make it better and requires no specific knowledge on your part to do so?
That’s where Softaculous comes in! This app is not just a passing fad. And if you are willing to take the time to install and learn how to use it, you can reap it’s numerous benefits. You’ll be rest assured that your website is in good hands.

What is softaculous?
In simple terms, Softaculous is an auto installer. From this simple plugin, you can install different web applications […] Continue Reading…

make a masked redirect from your cpanel

How to make a masked redirect from your cPanel

Learn how to manually forward and mask your domain from your cPanel account by following this quick tutorial!

Code that needs to be inserted:

<html><head><title><strong>Webstie title</strong></title></head>
<frameset cols=”*”>
<frame name=”main” src=”Link to the page you wish to forward” scrolling=”auto” noresize>
Your browser does not support frames

Need help?
Contact us on our Live chat support if you encounter any issues and we will gladly give you a hand setting it up!


SSD Hosting And Bitcoin

Is your website taking too long to load? Have you ever heard about SSD hosting? It can make your web pages load 20% faster.

How about Bitcoin? It is a brand new, revolutionary online payment method that is guaranteed to knock your socks off.

So behold, what we about to reveal to you are two of the most modern and convenient tools on the web right now. So stay tuned.


To have a website, the most basic thing you need is disk space and bandwidth. Most hosting servers use a hard disk drive (HDD) for file storage. But in recent years, web hosting companies started using SSD as their primary unit. Let’s see the difference between an HDD and SSD.

HDD Explained

HDD stands for hard disk drive. A hard disk drive is a hard disk made of nonmagnetic material which is coated with a thin layer of magnetic material. This coating is responsible for storing its data. The disc rotates at a high speed and a magnetic head mounted on a movable arm […] Continue Reading…


WHM How to Change or Limit Email Attachment size

For those of you who are just starting using WHM and are wondering why your attachments are not sent via email, you might consider looking into this article.
The default maximum file size limit that can be sent and received in cPanel is usually 50 MB – set by default. Need to change it to fit your needs? Well, it just takes a few minutes to edit the settings from your WHM account.

Just do the following:

Login to WHM as root
Under Service Configuration, Click “exim Configuration Manager”
Click “Advanced Editor”
Scroll down and Click “Add additional Configuration Setting”
Find “message_size_limit” in pull-down list and choose
Enter limit that you want to change to
Scroll to bottom and click “save”
..that’s it! You have now configured your message size limit.

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