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Why Do I Need Website Maintenance?

Websites are designed to earn revenue for the owner or business that owns it, but they do not stay healthy forever. Ownership can be expensive, so it is important to ensure your website is still working effectively and does not need major repairs or upgrades. This article will talk about why you should perform regular…
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What Is Website Hosting?

When you create a website, you will need to have a place to store your web pages and files. This is called hosting your site or hosting online. There are many different types of hosting services that people use for this. Most companies now offer free websites and limited features as a way to get…
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I’ve Created A Website: Now, What?

Websites have become an integral part of our daily lives. You can find almost anything online- from how to do your nails to what kind of pizza place is best. Most people now use the internet for nearly everything, including work! Gone are the days when you would only find information online in very specific…
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What Is The Difference In Front-end & Back-end Web Development?

What Is The Difference In Front-End & Back-End Web Development?

Over the past few years, web development has shifted to focus more on creating interactive experiences that users can access via browser or mobile device. This is referred to as responsive or adaptive design. As you probably know, not all browsers are created equal! Some browsers have better performance than others so it makes sense…
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What Is Responsive Web Design?

With the explosion of mobile devices, including phones, tablets, and laptops, users now have access to the web from almost any device. This is great for you as a business because more people are able to visit your site and interact with you or your products! With all these different screen sizes, browser software, and…
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What is the difference between IMAP and POP3 for email?

What is the difference between IMAP and POP3 for email?

IMAP Synchronises all emails between the server and your email program. Messages that have been read/deleted/replied to will show up as such, both on the server and in your email program. You could configure multiple devices to access the same IMAP account and your emails, folders, and sent items will be synchronised across all devices.…
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What happens to Spam once it is filtered?

What happens to Spam once it is filtered?

You control how Webmail controls Spam email messages. Your options include:  Sending the Spam messages to your Junk Mail folder Deleting the Spam messages automatically Delivering Spam messages to an alternate email address Tagging Spam messages with a unique text label, which will appear in the Subject line of the message. To adjust your Spam…
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How many emails can I send?

How many emails can I send at one time?

With our Siteworx web hosting, clients can send up to 500 emails at a time. The number can increase depending on your hosting plan options. You can send a maximum of 250 emails per domain name per hour. If you exceed that limit you will start to receive unrouteable domain name errors. "What if I…
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