We are yet to be there in India, the “internet speeds” are fast catching up but are equally costly. On an average, we tend to choose between 256 Kbps minimum to 1 Mbps max. However, with more and more websites evolving as web applications and our “impatience”, we can only do this. Use Google public … Continue reading Using Google Public DNS
Apologies for the entries with random code appearing in my RSS feed; I was experimenting with a plugin and posted them accidentally. 15 entries showed up in my feed last week, too. This was due to a backend change I made in WordPress. If I haven’t put you off subscribing already with my mishaps, please … Continue reading RSS-Subscribe!
I am very much excited about the recent approval by ICANN to launch new generic top-level domains. Generic top-level domains, gTLDs, are basically anything to the right of the furthest dot, .com, .org, .net for example. This decision by ICANN means anyone can submit an application to request a new gTLD. It’s safe to say lots of brands … Continue reading Get ready for .anything!
I am new to blogger.com and something I always assume ( and was once wrong. ) is that if it’s Google, it has to be simple and accordingly, It was simple! Right from template to custom domain. All in a few click and a little css. Now the question I had was, How can I … Continue reading On Google Search With Blogger?
It’s the age of CSS3, HTML5, and what not. There are tonnes of designers & developers who want to officially quit developing for this outdated browsers. But look at this, IE6 is still used in many parts of the world. I guess the browsers are free! But who’s telling them? So are you still looking … Continue reading IE 6 still rules?
Ever looked at a host and wondered how they could possibly offer hundreds of gigabytes of bandwidth or even terabytes of bandwidth for less than $10 a month? It’s no secret that companies like Dreamhost offer more than you could possibly imagine using up. But is it on the level?Economies of scale Most people know … Continue reading Unlimited Bandwidth!! What??
One of the biggest pushes in the hosting world over the past couple of years is something called a VPS, short for Virtual Private Server. It’s a way hosting companies can sell a sort of mini-dedicated server. Each VPS is a piece of software separating one server into many. Advantages The advantage to a VPS … Continue reading What is a VPS? Do I need one?
Anyone who’s hosted a website probably has complaints about their hosting provider. It’s no surprise — things go wrong in hosting all the time. The unfortunate reality is that there is no perfect host. Learning what can go wrong, and what is acceptable is key in finding a host that suits you. Downtime is a reality, but … Continue reading There is no perfect host!!!
Think of the Web sites you personally consider “good.” Chances are that at least some of them don’t include the most state-of-the-art technology; they may not be the most visually attractive sites on the web. But they likely are well-designed, with helpful information that you can find easily. All useful Web sites are based on … Continue reading Building a Winning Web Site!