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PHP vs. ASP.net – a simple Comparison

by | Articles | 15th April, 2013

The debate whether PHP or ASP.net is the better programming language rages on, with both camps firmly embedded in their opinions. Here is a simple comparison of the two rivals to help make up your own mind. User Friendliness – Originally written in C programming language as a replacement for...

When to Use Google Adwords

by | Articles | 12th April, 2013

Perhaps among one of the most revolutionary services to hit the twenty first century is Google. With over a million data centres and billions and billions of searches and enquiries addressed to Google at any time of the day, Google is the most visited service in the world. Imagine advertising...

The Advantages of using Dropbox

by | Articles | 9th April, 2013

Dropbox is one of the most popular online file storage/ sharing services currently available. Here is what makes Dropbox so popular. Cost – Dropbox is completely free, with no hidden charges leaping out at users at any time. Capacity – Users are given 2 GB of storage capacity. This may...

The Importance of Link Popularity

by | Articles | 6th April, 2013

The quality and number of incoming links to your Website can make a huge difference to your search engine rankings – and subsequently to the amount of traffic you are likely to get from search engine results. Here are a few suggestions as to how to improve your link popularity....

What is a Ping Test?

by | Articles | 3rd April, 2013

The ping test is essentially a diagnostic tool allowing users to verify the existence of an IP address and/ or establish whether an IP address can accept requests. It also assists in tracing communication between router, computer and/ or other devices that are connected to a network, as well as...

Sending large Files via Free Services

by | Articles | 31st March, 2013

E-mail services allow users to send single/ multiple files of comparatively small sizes only. This can make it extremely difficult to send large files, or a collection of many files. Users essentially need to break down large individual files into several smaller ones, and send these – or other collections...

Logo Design and Vector Graphics

by | Articles | 28th March, 2013

Branding a business invariably involves designing a suitable logo. Naturally, this entails a lot of careful consideration, research and inspiration, because once your logo is in place, it will be the one thing potential clients will recognise you by. In other words, it needs to be striking – without being...

The Managed Hosting Solution

by | Articles | 25th March, 2013

Many companies are struggling along on shared hosting plans – never quite having enough space to promote all of their products appropriately, having slow loading times because there are so many other users on the server, and so on – because they do not have the technical know-how (or the...

What is a DDOS Attack?

by | Articles | 21st February, 2013

DDOS (Distributed Denial-of-Service) attacks are a sub category of malicious computer network interferences called DOS (Denial-of-Service) attacks. As the name suggests, Denial-of-Service attacks basically mean interference, slowing down or in some cases completely breaking a host or server’s access to the internet. DDOS attacks are a special category of them,...

What Is CSS’s Role In Web Design?

by | Articles | 21st February, 2013

CSS or Cascading Style Sheets plays an important role in web design. Style sheet is a reference to the document itself but it is the term ‘cascading’ that gives CSS its unique quality. When changes are made in one style sheet, CSS enables these changes across all the style sheets,...