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 Can I host my email accounts with you?

Yes, but email hosting is a little different from website hosting. While hosting a website takes...

 Do you offer web site hosting and domain registration?

Yes, we do! As a full service design company, we can offer all you require for a website of any...

 Hosts File & Temporary URLS

For security reasons, the use of temporary URLs are no longer available on our servers. If your...

 I'm already being hosted by another company. Will I have to move if you design my site?

That depends on what kind of site you want and what you want your site to do for you. Generally...

 It seems the disk space you offer is much less than other hosts - why?

Contrary to popular belief, most websites will never require more than a few megabytes of space....

 Receive domain-based email through your Gmail Account

Because of the limited resources on a webhosting account, it's nearly impossible to set up an...

 Send From Gmail Using Your Domain-based Email Address

These settings in Gmail will effectively allow you to send mail from your Gmail account and...

 Should I backup my database and/or my entire site? How?

Absolutely! If you are on WordPress, we recommend you ask us to automate backups for you.  This...

 What do I do if my account has been suspended?

You may suddenly find that your website has been replaced by a big notification that your account...

 What do I have to do to transfer my domain to you?

You may transfer your domain from your current domain service provider to us at any time....

 What forms of payment do you take?

In addition to standardized invoicing and check acceptance for our design services, we also...

 What if my domain name expires?

There is a reason why we send multiple notfications that your domain's expiration is coming up....

 What is an SSL Certificate?

SSL is an acronym standing for Secure Socket Layer.  In a nutshell, this is a technology which...

 What is the difference between an ISP and a Host or Hosting Server?

The important thing is to make the distinction between your ISP and your website host. Although...