Glossary

20 Dec • Glossary

What is WAMP (Beginners Friendly Guide)

WAMP is an acronym that stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It’s a software stack which means installing WAMP installs Apache, MySQL, and PH ...

By Artūras B.

19 Dec • FTP Glossary

What is FTP: FTP Explained for Beginners

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used to communicate and transfer files between computers on a TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) ...

By Luqmanul M.

What is MySQL: MySQL Explained For Beginners

If you want to learn about technical terminology more easily, without frustrations, you’ve come to the right place. We make web hosting easy, bu ...

By Herawan Dwika P.

14 Dec • Glossary

What Is a Blog? An Introduction to Blogging

Initially viewed as a way to share stories with internet users, in recent years, blogs have become one of the most profitable online marketing strateg ...

By Maisha Rachmat

09 Dec • Glossary

What is a Content Management System (CMS)?

Content Management System (CMS) is a software that runs in your browser and allows to create, manage and modify website and it’s content withou ...

By Domantas G.

What is a WordPress Slug?

Ever wondered what is a WordPress slug? In this article, you’ll learn the definition of a WordPress slug and how to set it in WordPress. We will als ...

By Domantas G.

07 Nov • Glossary SSL

What is SSL/TLS and HTTPS?

SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer. A type of digital security that allows encrypted communication between a website and a web browser. The te ...

By Domantas G.

21 Sep • Glossary

What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting which uses multiple different servers to balance the load and maximize uptime. Instead of using a single server ...

By Domantas G.

03 Aug • Glossary VPS

What is VPS Hosting? All You Need to Know About Virtual Servers

VPS is short for a Virtual Private Server. VPS hosting is one of the most popular hosting services you can choose for your website. It uses virtualiza ...

By Domantas G.