Archive for the ‘Web’ Category

New Business Hosting Plan

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Added to our standard plan offering is a new bundle with increased bandwidth and storage - suitable for higher traffic sites. The Business Hosting Plan will be a good choice for users wanting to set up sites with frequent visitors, like forums or social sites. It will also be suitable ...

All Change!

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

A Server Update will take place on the night of Tuesday 22nd February between 20:00 and 09:00 the following morning. During this maintenance period all services will be unavailable, websites will display a maintenance page and email will be held for delivery once service is restored. This upgrade is taking place ...

New Domain Pricing

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

As of 20/11/2010, the prices for domain registrations have increased - but mostly only by £1. The good news is that .com, .org and .net renewals for periods greater than 2 years are now discounted! .com, .net, .org: £29.00 Every 2 Years .co.uk, .org.uk: £13.00 Every 2 Years eu: £15.00 Every Year .info, .biz: ...

Protecting a Directory

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

You can limit access to files on your site by requiring users to type a password to gain access. When users attempt to access a file in a protected directory, the Web server displays a login window. Users with access privileges can enter their user names and passwords to access ...

Why does my new account use 20MB already?

Sunday, September 16th, 2007

Every new account will have some files already installed in it, and these take up about 20MB. The biggest set of files is for the webmail application (SquirrelMail) which takes up about 17MB. If you do not intend to use webmail, and would like to reclaim this disk space, please contact ...

Using SmartFTP to upload your files

Saturday, August 18th, 2007

You will need an FTP program to connect to your hosting space for file transfer. There are many free and paid FTP clients you can choose from and all will work in the same way and require much the same settings as used in this tutorial.

How to Upload a Website

Sunday, August 12th, 2007

You will need to use an ftp client to upload your website. You can read a simple tutorial on how to use FTP here.