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> Domain Names
  • A domain name is also called a Web address. A domain name is used as an address for your Web site and e-mail, just like www.janesbagels.com and orders@janesbagels.com
     
      What is a Domain Name?
      Is a series of textual characters that identifies a specific IP address, uniquely identifies a website on the Internet. Domain names locate businesses, organizations, or other entities on the Internet. Using a domain name allows you to receive more visitors, less bounced emails, and the chance to make a lasting impression on the Web.A benefit of using your domain name is that regardless of how many times you change your access provider, your Email and website address will always remain the same.
       
      How would I know if a domain name is available?
      All you need to do is to let us know the domain name (.com or .net or .org.) you wish to obtain and book for your website to use, and we shall check whether the same is available for you. We would also be most willing to suggest possible alternatives based on your original request.
       
      How could I get a domain name booked?
      We can register an available domain name i.e. which has not already been booked by any other party on the Internet, be it a .com or .net or .org. You’d be asked to provide your various contact and technical information & to pay a nominal fee of USD 15.00 for 1 domain which will hold your rights to use it for a period of 1 year. You could also go ahead and book the domain for as many years as you like in one go.
       
      How do I register a Domain Name?
     
    Domain names ending with .aero, .biz, .com, .coop, .info, .museum, .name, .net, .org, or .pro can be registered through many different companies (known as "registrars") that compete with one another. A listing of these companies appears in the Registrar Directory on this site.

    The registrar you choose will ask you to provide various contact and technical information that makes up the registration. The registrar will then keep records of the contact information and submit the technical information to a central directory known as the "registry." This registry provides other computers on the Internet the information necessary to send you e-mail or to find your web site. You will also be required to enter a registration contract with the registrar, which sets forth the terms under which your registration is accepted and will be maintained.
       
      How can I have my domain name renewed?
      We shall take the responsibility of an approaching domain name expiry so that the contract could be renewed for a number of years you would prefer to reserve it for.
       

> Bandwidth
  • Bandwidth is the maximum amount of data that can be transferred in a given time, usually measured in seconds. It determines how much data can flow through your site
> Electronic Commerce/E-Commerce
  • Refers to the ability to sell products through your Web site
     
      What is E-commerce
      An eCommerce, or Electronic Commerce, website allows you to conduct transactions online letting your customers order and pay for products or services through your website.
> E-mail
  • E-mail is short for electronic mail. It consists of messages, often just text, sent from one user to another via a network
> E-mail Address
  • This refers to an electronic mailing address to which e-mail may be sent and received

> FTP
  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP) allows you to upload files to your Web site from your computer. It's a necessity if you're using FrontPage or another Web site design software package to build and/or update your Web site. If you're using an online Web site design template provided by Network Solutions, you probably don't need FTP capability.
> FTP Accounts
  • File Transfer Protocol is the method of transferring files between two computers and a method of gaining access to files stored in a remote computer.

    Multi-User FTP gives you the ability to assign permissions to someone else to FTP pages to your site or you can even restrict it to a specific directory.
> Homepage
  • Also referred to as a Web page, the home page is the starting point of a Web presence. It is a sort of table of contents for everything that is on the Web site, offering direct links to the different parts of the site.
> HyperText Markup Language (HTML)