Did you know a 1 second delay in your website page load time can cause a 7% reduction in conversion? This can have a huge impact on your bottom line which is why we work hard to maintain top page load times in the industry.
With its user-friendly control panels featuring cPanel®, our Hosting puts you in charge. And thanks to our award-winning data centers, lightning-fast load times and 24/7 monitoring, you know your site will always be safe, secure and online – guaranteed*.
Keeping a website secure is a full time job. That’s why our security team is on the job 24/7, monitoring your site for suspicious activity and protecting it against brute force and DDoS attacks.
We use industry-standard control panels giving you the flexibility to choose the platform that works best for your needs. Choose from cPanel for Linux or Parallels Plesk for Windows. If you plan on using a Web application to blog, podcast, or create a shopping cart and you are working with a designer or developer to build your site, check to see what operating system the application needs (Linux or Windows) or what software language will be used, before purchasing your hosting account.
Available OS CentOS 6, CentOS 7, Fedora, Ubuntu, Windows 2008, Windows 2012
A web.config file lets you customize the way your site or a specific directory on your site behaves. For example, if you place a web.config file in your root directory, it will affect your entire site (www.coolexample.com). If you place it in a /content directory, it will only affect that directory (www.coolexample.com/content). However, in order for a web.config file to register in a specific directory, there must be a web.config file in the root directory.
web.config files work on our Windows servers.
While we do not limit the number of visitors that can view your website, we do limit the number of visitors who can simultaneously connect to your hosting account. There's a subtle difference there because users only count as "connecting" while they're actively downloading content from your website.
However, as soon as users finish loading a page's content or disconnect from SSH, their connections are freed up for other users. This means if the page a user's connecting to takes .1 seconds to fully load, she only counts as a connection for .1 seconds. After that, she no longer counts toward your total allowed connections — unless she clicks somewhere on your site that establishes another connection.
This means, theoretically, a very large number of visitors could be viewing your website at the same time, as long as they didn't all process the requests simultaneously.
Bandwidth usage is a measure of website traffic. It is comprised of two traffic types: HTTP and FTP. HTTP traffic is incurred both when people visit and download files from your site using a Web browser. FTP traffic is incurred each time you upload site content using an FTP client.
We measure both types of traffic when calculating billable bandwidth usage monthly.
Streaming video is delivered directly from a Web server to an onscreen video player. Streamed video is not downloaded to an end user's computer.
Our shared hosting accounts do not support streaming video, but you can still display video on your site by embedding a video file such as an MPG or AVI into your Web page. Site visitors download the video file to their computer while it plays onscreen. Although this is not technically streaming video, viewers can still watch the video as it is being downloaded.
Yes, our hosting accounts support RSS feeds. Using ASP or PHP, you can import RSS feeds into your Web pages or you can create an RSS feed for your website or blog.
Many blogging tools will create RSS feeds automatically for you.