When evaluating web hosting providers, there are many common factors educated customers use to make a final purchase decision.
No matter what your motivation for browsing the internet, having the option to visit pages on the internet without being “profiled” is your right. Many savvy web browsers use web proxies, proxy servers and VPNs to keep their web surfing activities private. You might want to hire a divorce lawyer, find a new job, or find out why you have that troubling rash. (‘Nuff said)
Doing Page Redirects the Right Way
Redirecting webpage requests is useful when you’ve deleted outdated pages, or when moving your site to a new domain. Rather than give site errors to visitors, and tempt them to leave your site, you should make sure they are redirected to a page on your website.
As a webmaster, you’re eventually going to deal with an abusive user (or several). It’s more or less an inevitable hurdle to doing business online. Maybe they’re spamming your comments section, flooding your server with requests, or harassing your other readers. Either way, you want to get them gone before they cause you any more of a headache than they already have.
Today, I’m going to start things off with a simple question: how fault tolerant are your servers? Can they handle themselves if part of the system stops working? Will they be able to weather through a software glitch or hardware failure? Those are more important questions than you might think.
Python and PHP are among the most popular web development languages in the world. Each has its own strengths, weaknesses, and quirks. But which of the two is superior? More importantly, which one is a better choice for your business?
If you’re planning on running a small business, it’s a given that you’re going to be dealing with long hours and lots of stress. Business ownership isn’t for the faint of heart, after all – it’s a difficult, high-risk lifestyle that’ll crush you if you let it.
“Starting a small business,” explains BrightGauge co-founder Eric Dosal, “is a lot like riding an intense roller coaster. There are tons of twists, turns, loops, ups, and downs.” He’s not wrong. Running a small business is one of the most intense – yet most intensely rewarding – experiences you’ll likely ever go through.
Indie game development is a highly competitive, extremely saturated corner of the market. You don’t have to be anywhere near the gaming sector to realize that anybody who succeeds as an independent game developer knows what it takes to stand out. Insights gleaned from this industry reflect the nature of the modern startup and small business environment.