In basic terms, web hosting is where your website actually lives. Or to get slightly more fancy about it: a website is a collection of files that exist on a server connected to the internet and accessible to be viewed via a web browser. When someone visits the given domain, these website files are displayed within the web browser as the actual website. When you combine the website files with the hosting server and a properly-pointed domain, you have all the ingredients necessary for a website to be visible online. And that, in a nutshell, is web hosting.
Shared web hosting is simply when one server hosts multiple customers. This is the most common and cost effective option for web hosting, and something we excel at truth be told. Our shared web hosting servers are configured for maximum security and performance relative to the number of customers, and types of websites, being hosted. In other words, there’s no need to give any thought to the other websites on the same server as you; we’ve got all that handled.
The first step to login to your cPanel is visiting yourdomain.com/cpanel. When you visit this page, you should be prompted for your cPanel username and password. You have recieved this information in your Account information email as soon as you signup and your account activated. If you have not yet recieved plaese contact support, if you can not access to yourdomain.com/cpanel, usually it is due to your domain name just being registered / or not pointed to our servers, or you’re not using an internet connection, Use your temporary cPanel url, which you have received by Account information email.
The primary difference between shared hosting vs cloud hosting is that on cloud hosting the website files actually exist on multiple servers, these servers themselves are also shared so it’s kinda-sorta like having multiple, duplicate shared hosting accounts. The reason is that with shared hosting if the one server goes down, the websites become unavailable, but with cloud hosting if one server goes down then the other cloud servers ensure that the websites remain available online.
It basically works like this: if you intend to conduct eCommerce on your website, accepting credit cards and selling goods or services, then you need the Unlimited (Platinum) Plan. If you don’t need eCommerce functionality, but do intend to host more than one domain, then the Classic (Gold) Plan should be perfect for you. If your intention is to host a single domain without eCommerce, then the Starter (Silver) Plan should meet your needs. It’s really just those 3 factors that determine the best plan for you.
Solid state drives (SSD) and Hard Drives (HDD) are two different types of computer hard drives but on sense of functionally everything is the same. On SSD Drives data is instead stored on interconnected flash memory chips that retain the data even when there’s no electric power present. SSD Drives are up to 30x faster compared with HDD Drives. All DamHost.net servers run on servers with SSD Drives.
We make it very easy to transfer your existing website files, and even your existing domain registration(s), to us. For primary domains on new hosting accounts, we will perform the domain registry transfer for free. To prevent any downtime on a live website, the correct order of operations is: create new DamHost account, transfer a copy of your website files to the new server, update the DNS of any domain(s) to point to the new server, wait 24 hours and verify everything loads from the new server, cancel old hosting account, initiate domain registration transfer, verify the domain registration transfer completed successfully. This sounds daunting at first, but taken one step at a time it’s a very easy and logical sequence.
In order to have a website live on the internet, you will need both web hosting and a domain name. Both of these things can (and do) exist independent of each other, though it is generally considered universal to employ both in order to have an actual website. Metaphorically, let’s say you want to invite people to a party (your website). Your party is at a location, such as your house or apartment (web hosting). In order for people to know how to get to the specific location, you must provide them with an address (domain name). So, web hosting is the actual server space where your website files live, and a domain name is the address visitors need in order to view these files as your website. You can have a domain without a website, and you can have a website without a domain name, but to truly benefit from having either in the traditional sense, you actually need both working together.
We have installed most common php version, Php 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, And all extensions, if you have a special request you can simply ask our support team to install it for you,
Well we guarantee you will have best and fastest web hosting ever for many reasons, which you can try it by yourself.
Cpanel Reseller hosting kind of reseller hosting. It allows you to create CPanel Accounts, so you will be able to create CPanel accounts to sell to your customers, it’s like having a dedicated server but without the management and costs. You will be able to login to your WHM panel and create packages and manage your cpanel account within seconds after you purchase our service.
All Reseller Hosting accounts at HZMFR are instantly setup with the most popular panel called cPanel/WHM. All you need to do is to change the nameservers and you are ready to create cPanel accounts. If there are issues on server side, one of our technicians will fix any kind of issue within minutes. We offer 24/7/365 support
Of course we can, in all yearly or higher purchased plans 3 accounts can be migrated for FREE. On the Platinum Reseller Plan billed can be migrated 3 accounts. In some cases we may do it for more info contact us. This does not include any accounts migated will be transfered back, you need to transfer your account to a safe place before ask for refund.
Yes HZMFR offered Sitepad and others site builders with one click and free of charge !
Yes we do! If an account with a 30 day money-back guarantee is purchased and canceled within 30 days of sign up, the Customer will, upon request, receive a full refund of all hosting fees. Requests for these refunds should be made through our Billing Team. Refunds made for a 30 day money-back guarantee will not include domain registration fees, setup fees, or any fees for additional services that are purchased in the first 30 days. The Money Back Guarantee applies to new clients only. This does not include any accounts migated will be transfered back, you need to transfer your account to a safe place before ask for refund.
It means that We are 100% invisible for all your clients. White label hostname & nameservers are included on every reseller plan.
We put security of the server on high priority. In a computer security context, server-side vulnerabilities or attacks refer to those that occur on a server computer system, rather than on the client side, or in between the two.
Authentication and access. Always Encrypted. Dynamic Data Masking. Permissions. Row-level security. Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Transparent Data Encryption (TDE).
We give absolutely free SSL to our clients with one click install, no matter how many Domain you have we support SSL for even SubDomains that you create in cPanel. SSL is widely used on the internet as google give priority to those domain that uses SSL.
SSL Certificates are fundamental to internet security. They are used to establish an encrypted connection and allow data to be transmitted securely between a browser or user's computer and a server or website. Establishes a secure connection between a browser and a server. Encrypts communication to protect sensitive information your customers provide to you. Places a padlock next to your web address in the browser. Authenticates an organization's identity. Standard SSL (Domain Validated) Certificates are the easiest and most common type of SSL certificate. OV and EV Certificates also authenticate the identity of the company or organization that holds the certificate providing more trust to end users.
Google wants to make the web safer and a big part of that involves making sure that the sites people access via Google are secure. That's why websites using SSL have been shown to benefit from higher ranking in search results. There's also a lot more reasons why you should consider adding SSL to your website:
Yes we do support directory protection in cPanel This will password protect the directory that do you want to be accessed on the web freely. Password protect directory will only be accessed through password.
A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority or control within the Internet. Domain names are used in various networking contexts and for application-specific naming and addressing purposes. In general, a domain name identifies a network domain, or it represents an Internet Protocol (IP) resource, such as a personal computer used to access the Internet, a server computer hosting a web site, or the web site itself or any other service communicated via the Internet.
To understand how domain names actually work, we will take a look at what happens when you enter it in your browser. How domains work When you enter a domain name in your web browser, it first sends a request to a global network of servers that form the Domain Name System (DNS). These servers then look up for the name servers associated with the domain and forward the request to those name servers. For example, if your website is hosted on HZMFR, then its name server information will be like this: (ns1.hzmfr.com) and (ns2.hzmfr.com). These name servers are computers managed by your hosting company. Your hosting company will forward your request to the computer where your website is stored. This computer is called a web server. It has special software installed (Apache, Nginx are two popular web server software). The web server now fetches the web page and pieces of information associated with it. Finally, it then sends this data back to the browser.
The definition of a domain extension is the notation at the end of a web address that specifies an Internet category or a country code. An example of a domain extension which is an Internet category is .com for commercial, . org for organization, . gov for government, . edu for all educational institutions. We support Top Level Common TLDs and some other like gtld(Generic), CCtld(Country), NGtld(News) and some categories like Business, Commerce, Social, Health, Education, Technology and Others.
A domain transfer refers to the process of changing the designated registrar of a domain name. Once a transfer has been made, the new registrar will maintain all relevant information regarding the domain and the registrant. Yes we support Domain Transfer and you Register or Transfer Domain to us for hosting or Parking.
Domain parking is the registration of an Internet domain name without that domain being associated with any services such as e-mail or a website. This may have been done with a view to reserving the domain name for future development, and to protect against the possibility of cybersquatting.
An Auth-Code is required for a domain holder to transfer a domain name from one registrar to another. Your registrar may allow you, via an online interface tool, to generate and manage your own AuthInfo code. If not, you will need to contact your registrar directly to obtain it.
When you register a domain name, your personal details are saved in a publicly available database called WHOIS. Domain privacy protection is basically an 'add on' service you buy to protect your personal data and keep it hidden from the rest of the world.
But do you really need domain privacy protection? Let’s look at reasons why it makes sense to get it. There’s a whole range of things that can go terribly wrong if you don’t mask your personal data with domain privacy protection. And that’s exactly why you should know what can happen, in order to understand the true value of domain privacy protection. #1: Your personal data can be accessed by anyone. #2: You might get bombarded with unwanted sales calls, and even get scammed. #3: Your website and other online assets can get hacked. #4: Your personal data can be sold. #5: You will get a ton of spam emails. #6: Your competition will know a LOT about you. #7: You can’t register a domain without providing authentic information.