Creating a website – 4 basic steps

Creating a website is an easy process. Follow these 4 basic steps, and you will get your site up and running in no time.

​1. Register your domain name

If you already have a business going on, this might be an easier task. Try to find an available domain name, similar or the same as your company’s name. Don’t try any misspelled version of your brand because this might confuse your clients. There are plenty of TLDs. Don’t limit your search to just .com. You might find a very good option with a new one. Just pay attention to the register and the renewal fees.

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​What is a DNS outage?

Imagine this. You are an owner of a large e-commerce site. It is Black Friday, the biggest online promotion that you have, and you are eager to see how the site is going on. You type your domain name into your browser and… “Oh no!” “It is not opening. This is a disaster!” What is going on! You are experiencing a DNS outage that might completely devastate your promotion!

​So, what is this DNS outage?

DNS outage is the time when your DNS is not functioning for some reason (your nameservers were attacked, or they were saturated with too strong traffic, etc.), and that does not allow the domain resolution of your domain name to its IP address. The DNS resolution is the first step to enter a site. The browser won’t know where your website is hosted without it, and it can’t find its content.

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Shared hosting explained

Do you have a great online business in mind? You can already visualize the website, its functions, its design… Well, without a web hosting service, it won’t be possible on the Internet. 

Yes, websites are available online because they are hosted on a server. Therefore, one of the necessary steps to start your business is to choose the type of web hosting that best suits your needs and a provider. 

Why do I need web hosting?

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IPv6 explained

What does IPv6 mean?

IPv6 is the latest version of Internet protocol (IP). These protocols are sets of rules for the devices. They are needed to achieve sending and receiving information. The exchange of data happens between a host and a recipient, which is another host. To succeed in the communication, these hosts have to be identified. Their location can be tracked with the help of their corresponding IP addresses. So, the route is established, and the exchange of data can be performed.

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