What is a Website Backup?
A website backup is a snapshot of all your website’s important components. Website backups should include all of the following elements of your website: Website code files Any website databases Images Any add-ons, plugins, or themes used by your website Making backups of your website is an important part of regular site maintenance. You don’t want to be left without a backup of your site should something happen – such as a security compromise, or
Fax Thru Email Retiring
It’s part of our move to improve current products and services and make way for new ones. Here’s what happens next: September 1, 2018 — New sales of Fax Thru Email end. November 30, 2018 — Monthly renewals are disabled. December 31, 2018 — The service shuts down for good. January 2, 2019 — We issue the in-store credit. Any questions, please contact support.
.app domains are available
.app domains are available at Red Foot Hosting. They even come with a free SSL Certificate (some restrictions apply). The .app extension is a secure namespace, so you need HTTPS and a SSL certificate for your wesbsite to load on most browsers. You .APP registration includes a free credit for our Standard SSL certificate. To use the SSL certificate on your website, you need to redeem and activate it on the My Products page. The
Buying & Selling Domain Flipping
You Can Make Money Out Of Buying & Selling Domain Names Part-Time. Yes, domain flipping may require a great deal of practice and expertise but once you get the hang of it, you will be able to make quite a decent amount of money by flipping domains on a regular basis. Below are some great tips for newbie domain flippers that you might find helpful. A STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH TO DOMAIN FLIPPING Step 1: Know Your
Starting in July 1, 2018, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”. Chrome currently displays a neutral information icon, but starting with version 68, the browser will warn users with an extra notification in the address bar. Chrome currently marks HTTPS-encrypted sites with a green lock icon and “Secure” sign. Google has been nudging users away from unencrypted sites for years, but this is the most forceful nudge yet. Google search began