As a site proprietor you’ve most likely heard the words “SSL testament” getting tossed around a considerable measure. When you’re initially getting your site fabricated the majority of this specialized language can appear as though you’re endeavoring to take in another dialect. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you plan on having your clients input their private data on the […]
ADSL – asymmetric digital subscriber line AGP – accelerated graphics port Avi – audio/video interleaved B2B – business-to-business B2C – business-to-consumer Bmp – bitmap the name of a file that contains pictures Bps – bits per second C2B – consumer-to-business CGI – computer-generated imagery Com – commercial organization reseller hosting – selling unused web spaces Cps – characters per second CSS – cascading style sheets […]
Important abbreviations related to the internet : HTTP –> Hypertext Transfer Protocol URL –> Uniform Resource Locator LAN –> Local Area Network WAN –> Wide Area Network MAN –> Metropolitan Area Network ISP –> Internet Service Provide RTF –> Rich Text Format reseller hosting – web hosting FM –> Frequency Modulation SIM –> Subscriber Identity Module RIM –> Removable Identity Module GSM –> Global System […]
Here is SSL Checker tools that will help you to find out errors or problems with your ssl certificate installation. additionally this tools also provides detailed information relating to your ssl certificate property owner and issuers data. Nowadays web hosting providers enables free ssl certificates for reseller hosting and website hosting clients. You can confirm the SSL certificate installation on your website to make sure […]
Increase Memory Limit or upgrade File upload size limit how to Increase Memory Limit or how to upgrade File upload size limit ? 01. Alright so the first step is to log into the cPanel account at iwrahost.com 02. Then under the Software tab click MultiPHP INI Editor 03. Under select a location click domain name 04. Then you will see a list of values […]
An issues such as this are not typically covered by our Managed client support model, as they are not relevant to the functioning of our server. However, in order to do this, there are different instructions depending on the webmail client used. According to our recommendation below are the instructions to add email signature in your sent emails. Roundcube: Upper right-hand corner >> Settings >> […]
To schedule Auto Send/Receive in Outlook 2010, click on the File tab then Options. Open Outlook Options window …click on Advanced and scroll down to Send and receive and click on the Send/Receive button. In the Send/Receive Groups window under Setting for group “All Accounts” check the box Schedule an automatic send/receive every…minutes. Please set to more than 20 minutes.