Last Updated on Thursday, 28 March 2013 10:11 Written by Gregg Hawkins Thursday, 28 March 2013 09:57
Here at Arvixe we strive to offer the best service and customer experience as possible, whether you’re registering a new domain or purchasing a hosting plan. For the past 7 weeks Arvixe has been expanding our selection of TLDs to choose from when you choose to register your new domain.
Moving forward, Arvixe will be adding a new TLD to the list every week. Keep your eyes open for the TLD you’re looking for–it will probably soon be added to the list of available of extensions! Our recently added TLDs include:Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 February 2013 03:58 Written by Karen S Thursday, 21 February 2013 10:53
We all know the importance of testing your site after a migration to your hosting account. More often than not we wish to do this prior to updating the domain’s DNS nameservers to Arvixe. We have a few options that allow us to do this – via the control panel, as well as by modifying your local PC’s hosts file.
Both cPanel and Website Panel provide temporary URLs via the hostname.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 20 May 2012 12:37 Written by Richi González Friday, 9 March 2012 12:00
As technology is changing, and a great percentage of the total Internet users browse the web through their mobile devices, it’s become essential for a web developer, to add support for these devices. This can be achieved in various ways, but today, I’ll show you how to do it with PHP.
Difficulty level: Easy
1. Open up the header.php file of your website or the index.php file; if you just want to test it, simply create a new PHP file.
2. At the top, add the following:Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 1 March 2012 09:10 Written by Richi González Wednesday, 7 March 2012 12:00
Ever wondered why some domains are: ww2.domain.xxx, ww3.domain.xxx? Well, I did. Indeed, I was very curious why they had it, until I found out why…
There were several unsupported theories that tried to explain these, such as: “it’s a new Internet that is faster”, “the higher the number in the wwx, the higher the bandwidth allowed”, and so and so, until I found out the real cause: subdomains. Yes, you heard right, it’s not a faster internet protocol, not a higher bandwidth server, they’re just subdomains.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 1 July 2012 12:01 Written by Richi González Saturday, 3 March 2012 12:00
I’ve been reading a couple of articles here at Arvixe about DNS, but none of them explains what DNS actually is. I’ve worked with lots of things related to DNS, but if I had been asked like a week ago for a correct definition of DNS, I wouldn’t have had it. Today, I will provide you with the knowledge I have acquired, so you can understand what DNS actually is.
DNS, stands for Domain Name System. What it does, is to convert, whenever you type a domain name in your browser, to its IP address. In an easier to understand example:Learn More