What is WHM?

What is WHM?

WHM stands for web host manager. Web host manager, is a powerful program that allows administrative access to the back end of cPanel. There are two versions. Basic and rootWHM which is only for dedicated servers and VPS accounts. WHM … Continued
What is a web server?

What is a web server?

Mail Server Mail servers have a centrally-located pool of disk space to store and share emails for network users. There are two main categories, outgoing mail servers and incoming mails servers. Outgoing mails servers as known as SMTP servers. Incoming … Continued
What is a web server operating system?

What is a web server operating system?

There are four main types of web servers, Apache, IIS, Nginx and LiteSpeed. Web servers use the HTTP to server the files that form web pages to users. Apache Web Server Apache web server is one of the most popular … Continued
What are name servers?

What are name servers?

Every single website on the internet has an IP address, which is how they are located by a computer but humans remember the domain names instead. A name server is a specialised server on the internet that handles queries or … Continued
What is a domain?

What is a domain?

A domain name is the address of your website that people type into a browser URL to visit your website. Domain names exist because to actually find the location of your website would mean you would have to memorise a … Continued
What is cPanel?

What is cPanel?

cPanel is a web-based control panel that is used for managing your web hosting service accounts. It provides you with the tools that you need in order to successfully create, administer, and manage your websites using your choice of web … Continued
What is DNS?

What is DNS?

DNS stands for Domain name system. DNS is the phonebook of the internet. Humans access information online through domain names, like google.com or Silvertoad.co.uk as this is a much easier way to remember an address like 192.168.1.1. Web browsers interact … Continued
What is IMAP?

What is IMAP?

Internet message access protocol allows you to access your email messages wherever you are. Email messages are stored on servers. Whenever you check your inbox, your email, client contacts the server to connect you with your messages. When you read … Continued
What is the difference between IMAP and POP

What is the difference between IMAP and POP

IMAP and POP are not interchangeable. POP works by contacting your email server and downloading all of your new messages from it. Once they are downloaded, they disappear from the server. If you decide to check your emails from a … Continued