DIY - Building Your Own Website

There are a lot of tools available to build your own website.  Perhaps not all created equal but it really will depend on your own needs and skill set. Some things you will want to take into consideration are what components will you need? Does your site need to be portable?  Do you need full control of all aspects of your website?

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Is My Site Broken or Hacked?!

As a rule of thumb it's safe to say that if you did not make any changes on your website, your webmaster hasn't and your hosting company hasn't then someone has hacked your site.  Websites don't usually just stop working for no reason.

Some of the most common flags to the issue are:

  • Nothing showing up
  • There are ads for sexual performance drugs on your website, or
  • You've gotten an email from their hosting provider saying you are sending out spam.
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The Basics in Hosting

Most businesses will need a hosting service to launch their website.  You are not tied to the place where you have registered your domain name. A hosting service is paying for server space to load your website files.  After your files are loaded then you would tell the domain name where to look by updating the DNS information where your domain name is registered.

And I've probably lost you from boredom already!  Basically, hosting is one of the most important things in making sure your site is up and running.  I've used quite a few shared hosting providers over the years and they range in price and quality a great deal.  In shopping shared hosting services, you should consider the user interface, support, performance and pricing. 

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