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Can I point multiple domain names to my web site?
We can point multiple domains to your web site (after receiving your request), but these must...
Do I have to change my domain if I have to move to Hosting Webdesigns?
No. Provided that the domain is registered in your name (as it should be), you can simply update...
Do I need a domain name to have a website?
While a domain name is not necessary to have a website, it is recommended. Whether you are...
Is there any CPU Resource Limit in my Hosting account?
If one person uses too many CPU resources or creates a high server load at any given time, that...
What are subdomains?
Consider subdomains as an extension of your domain. For example, your site is www.example.com. A...
what is bandwidth?
Bandwidth is a measure that reflects how much data can be transferred over a data communication...
What is FTP ?
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) allows a person to transfer files between two computers, generally...
What is the Difference between Linux and Windows Web hosting?
For all intents and purposes they both accomplish the same task, that of serving your Web pages...
What is the difference between Shared and Reseller hosting?
A shared account is for people that need just one primary domain hosting to host their own site...
What is uptime?
Uptime is literally what it means - it is the amount of time your site is online throughout the...
what is Web Mail?
Web mail is a web based interface to your own email directories on our web server. If you use...
Will my name and contact information be publicly available?
Yes. Information about who is responsible for domain names is publicly available to allow rapid...
You charge for your hosting: why shouldn't we use a free hosting company?
Many companies offer "free" web-hosting, but they will put their company logo, and/or some sales...

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