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The 10 Best Cheap Web Hosting Providers of 2021
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The 10 Best Cheap Web Hosting Providers of 2021

Best Overall: HostGator, “Included in every plan is a wealth of free tools such as a free domain for one year, a drag-and-drop site builder, and more.” Best Budget: Hostinger, “A single hosting account can be as low as $.80 per month.” Best for Small Business: GoDaddy, “The GoCentral website builder has thousands of templates to get you started quickly, plus […]

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The 9 Best VPS Hosting Providers of 2021
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The 9 Best VPS Hosting Providers of 2021

The Rundown Best Overall: a2 Hosting, “Offers a good range of Linux distributions to choose from.” Best Entry-Level: VirMach, “The clincher here is the extra 5 GB of storage space (15 GB overall).” Best Mid-Level: HostGator, “If you find you need a little more horsepower, HostGator has you covered.” Best Budget: 1and1, “It offers the same 1 core, 512 MB RAM server as […]

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The 8 Best Email Hosting Providers of 2021
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The 8 Best Email Hosting Providers of 2021

Our Top Picks Best Overall: Hostgator “Their email game is on point, and they are an excellent web host as well.” Best for Single Users: Zoho WorkPlace “A highly affordable option if you just want email hosting, and you only need a single account.” Best for Small Business Email: Rackspace “A very affordable option for small businesses that […]

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The 8 Best Domain Hosting Providers of 2021
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The 8 Best Domain Hosting Providers of 2021

Our Top Picks Best Overall: Namecheap “A wide range of services and options, great prices, and consistently high level of service.” Best for Budgets: Hostinger “If you only need to host one website, Hostinger’s most affordable plan is less than $1 per month.” Best for Blogs: HostGator “Fantastic flexibility to meet the needs of any blogger, big or […]

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The 8 Best Website Builders of 2021
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The 8 Best Website Builders of 2021

The Rundown Best Overall: Wix, “Powerful site builder that’s also exceedingly easy to pick up and learn.” Best for Beginners: SiteBuilder, “This is a fantastic place to start if you’ve never built a website before.” Best Budget: HostGator, “Offers very affordable shared hosting plans that include full access to their fantastic Gator website builder.” Best for WordPress: Beaver Builder, “Adds an easy drag-and-drop […]

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What Is Blogger?
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What Is Blogger?

What is Blogger? Blogger is Google’s free tool for creating blogs. Previous versions of Blogger were heavily branded with the Blogger logo, but the latest version is flexible and unbranded, so you can use it to create and promote your blogs without having to make a big investment. Get Started With Blogger Although there are […]

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How to Insert Arrow Symbols on Your Web Page
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How to Insert Arrow Symbols on Your Web Page

Inserting an arrow (or other symbols) into a blog post or web page to indicate “next” is simply a matter of typing the right key combinations into the page’s HTML using the editor or platform of your choice. These keystrokes are based on Unicode, which web browsers recognize and turn into the desired symbols. How […]

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How to Inspect Web Page Elements

What to Know In Chrome, Firefox, or Safari: Right-click an element and select Inspect. In Internet Explorer or Edge, enable inspections, right-click an element, and select Inspect Element. This article explains how to inspect elements in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge, including how to enable inspections in IE and Edge. How to […]

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What Is FTP and How Do I Use It?

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a network protocol for transferring copies of files from one computer to another. An FTP client is a program that allows you to move files between computers. For example, you can create web pages on your PC and use an FTP client to upload the website to the server where it […]

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What Is a VPS?
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What Is a VPS?

When you purchase web hosting to set up a website, one of the options you’ll see is virtual private server (VPS) hosting. This type of hosting is usually available alongside options like shared and dedicated hosting, and the differences between these plans may not be readily apparent. VPS hosting is essentially a midway point between […]

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