Web Hosting for Dummies



Host Your Own Website Or Blog With This Unique GuideIf You D Like To Make The Leap From A Hosted Environment To A Self Hosted Service, This Book Is For You You May Be Making The Move From Casual Blogging To Professional Blogging Or, You Might Already Be Self Hosting, But Want A Good Guide To Show You How To Get Out Of Your Plan In Simple, Easy To Understand Language, This Helpful Book Breaks Down All The Functions Of Web Hosting For Self Hosted Users, From Setting Up New E Mail Accounts To Backing Up And Securing Your Site, Analyzing Server Logs, Choosing A Platform To Install, And.Breaks Down The Functions Of Web Hosting For New Self Hosters, Including Casual Bloggers Who May Be Moving Into Professional Blogging Helps Those Who Are Already Self Hosting Maximize The Services They Are Paying For Offers A One Stop, Complete Resource On Web Hosting, Rather Than Just A Few Chapters, As In Many Blogging Books Covers Setting Up And Using E Mail Accounts, Working With FTP Clients, Backing Up And Securing Sites, Using Cloud Services, Understanding Domains And DNS, Using Built In Databases, And Web Hosting For Dummies Helps You Take Charge Of Your Own Web Hosting And Having Fun In The ProcessWeb Hosting for Dummies

Peter is a blogger, author, stay at home dad, speaker, web hosting trainer and geek he was so excited to get an iPad that he made up a song and dance about it He is English by birth, but currently lives in California with his wife and three children.Peter ran a web hosting business for nine years and has been building websites for even longer than that.He has fallen in love with WordPress poss

[Ebook] ↠ Web Hosting for Dummies  Author Peter   Pollock – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 360 pages
  • Web Hosting for Dummies
  • Peter Pollock
  • 12 October 2017
  • 9781118540428

10 thoughts on “Web Hosting for Dummies

  1. says:

    Whether you want to learn how to run the behind the scenes of your website or just want to be able to talk intelligently to your service providers, you need to read this book.In true For Dummies style, you can choose to read this book cover to cover or pick it up as a reference to guide you through task by task For the purpose of this review, I opted to read the book cover to cover, but you might not want to read it quite the same way.The first six or seven chapters work perfectly as a read through you ll want to go back and take notes, but overall you ll come away with a much clearer understanding of the basics Chapters 7 through 16 are a little advanced and you may want to take them a step at a time while actively sitting in front of your computer I had to sit on my hands to force myself to focus on reading rather than immediately starting to apply my new skills in my cPanel.Chapters 17, 18, and 19 comprise the standard For Dummies Part of Tens and you ll find 10 Invaluable Free Apps, 10 Things Your Host Won t Help With for free , and 10 Essential Online Resources Who doesn t love a top ten anything Another invaluable part of this book as if I ve foun...

  2. says:

    The book I read to research this post was Web Hosting For Dummies by Peter Pollock which is a very good book which I bought from kindle There are 3 major types of hosting your website or blog Hosted is when a company like wordpress let you have some kind of site that they look after, and it often entails joining a website There is often a relatively large amount of rules which you must obey and your options for the site are limited Web hosted is when you pay a 3rd party to host your website or blog You have less rules and options but the nitty gritty of running the site is left for you to sort out You can usually use open source tools like wordpress drupal to construct the site Then there is self hosted where you buy a server and have a dedicated web site on it This is the most expensive option Another option is having a virtual server where partitioned space is used for the website and the server is also for other jobs or websites on different partitions Don t be taken in with the idea that a expensive web hosting company must be better Many people find the smaller companies which tend to be cheaper provide better customer service Most web servers use either Linux or Unix and these are a good choice Most viruses are designed to infect Windows computers using an unusual operating system excludes a lot of these viruses Linux also is open source and free The main...

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