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data transfer
Data transfer is the amount of data transferred from a hosting server when a site viewer visits a page on a website. Sites with audio, video, and images can generate a large amount of traffic. Owners of those websites should select a hosting plan and provider with a high range of data transfer.
A DBA, or Database Administrator, is in charge of the physical aspect of the data warehouse, including design, performance, and maintenance work, such as backups.
dedicated hosting
Dedicated hosting is generally reserved for one website and provides hosting services to a single customer.
dedicated IP
A dedicated IP is a host interface identification used for location addressing. It is commonly used to access a website or location directly without benefit of a domain name.
digital signature
A digital signature is an encrypted message that ensures a message was sent by the person who claims to have sent it.
The DNS, or domain Name System, stores information regarding domain and host names.
domain name
A domain name is the portion of a URL that locates a group or entity on the Internet.
domain name locking
Registrars offer domain name locking as a free security feature to prevent the unauthorized transfer of a domain name to another registrar or host.
domain name monitoring
domain name monitoring tracks domain names of interest and alerts users to domain name changes.
domain name privacy
domain name privacy keeps the domain name registrant's contact information confidential. Instead of publishing the registrant's contact information in the Whois database, the Whois database contains the contact information of the privacy provider.
domain name transfer
A domain name transfer moves a domain name from one registrar to another. Customers must wait 60 days to transfer domain names after a purchase, a prior transfer, or certain changes to domain name registrant information.
Drupal is software that lets individuals or a community of users to publish, manage, and organize content on a website.
dynamic Web page
A dynamic Web page has varying information or provides user interaction.
E-commerce provides payment facilities (credit card, PayPal®, etc.) for online purchases.
Email is an electronic message that can include text, images, and video files.
email forwarding
Email forwarding redirects email from one email address to another. This service accommodates customers who want to continue using their personal email but would like a more business-identified address for their clients to reference.
The encryption process converts data from its original form to a form that can only be used by authorized users.
encrypted password
An encrypted password is one that has been camouflaged to prevent hacking.
expandable post summaries
Expandable post summaries include short portions, or teasers, of a blog post on an index page. They link users to the full entry.
A favicon is a small graphic that appears to the left of the Web address in a browser's address bar.
A firewall secures a network and protects it from access by unauthorized viewers.
A footer is the bottom portion of a blog or Web Page that lists navigation and copyright information.
Flash is animation software created by Macromedia. It requires little bandwidth and displays a moving or changing sequence of graphics. Flash commonly provides graphically driven website introductions.
A forum is a Web page where users post messages and replies on topics of interest.
Forwarding directs a domain name to another Web address or URL.
FrontPage is a widely known HTML editor created by Microsoft for building websites.
FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is a method to transfer files across the Internet.
FTP backup
An FTP backup copies data to a remote computer using an FTP connection.
FTP client
An FTP client is software that assists users in uploading files to their sites using FTP.
FTP user
An FTP user is the user account name referenced when uploading files to a website using FTP.
fully qualified domain
A fully qualified domain name includes the host name. An example is