Harry takes us one step further into the world of Web Services. Here he explains how to build your own Web Service – a news feed – using PHP and XML-RPC.
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Domain names could become easier to hijack as a change in domain transfer rules takes effect Friday. Under new rules set by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), domain transfer requests will be automatically approved in five days unless they are explicitly denied by the account owner. This is a change from current procedure, in which a domain’s ownership and nameservers remain unchanged if there is no response to a transfer request.
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This FAQ details the ins and outs of what is required when pursuing online sales. Learn what is involved, what the commonly used ecommerce terms mean and what is needed
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By becoming a reseller, not only can web developers create websites for their clients, but they can provide their clients with Web hosting, as another studio service. All you need to become a reseller, is to find a Web host who: offers multiple Web site hosting accounts; along with reseller services; and then its up to you to host your clients? web sites from your own account. Your clients will be happy with the low fees you can offer; and, you will have yourself a very profitable side business.
So what do you need to be a successful Web site hosting reseller?
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So you think its ready to go live. After all of the hard work you?ve done registering your domain, making hosting arrangements, planning your site, and actually creating the pages. Who cares if there is a section or two of the site that aren?t finished yet? We can fill in the rest as we go. The important thing is people need to start seeing our website. Are you sure? Is your website really ready for prime time?
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A merchant account is a relationship you have with a bank. In this trust, the bank agrees to allow you to charge people?s credit cards for goods and/or services you provide. The bank in turn, has the responsibility for debiting the funds from the customer(s) and depositing it into your account.
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You?ve registered your domain name, and paid for hosting with a hosting provider, and uploaded your website to the web server. If this is all done, why can?t you see the results of your hard work right away? What is this DNS propagation people keep telling you about?
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Microsoft’s FrontPage editing tool is one of the most commonly used web site editing tools today. It is easy to learn and offers the flexibility to manage your website as it grows. Novice users are able to create attractive and functional websites, while more advanced users can accomplish more robust tasks such as working with CGI scripts and modifying the actual HTML of the web pages.
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On the Internet you will find a multitude of Web Hosting Providers offering different packages on different platforms, each touting why theirs is the best and why you should host with them. Windows is better than Linux, Linux is better than UNIX, UNIX is better than Windows. Just who do you believe? Which platform should you choose for your website?
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One term that is familiar to anyone who has their own website, is the phrase ?IP Address?. But what is an IP address, and how does it affect your website? And what is the difference between a static and a shared IP Address?
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