Web Hosting for Business

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A strategy for a website's continuous management, bug fixes, upgrades, and content replacements

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The method of simplifying a website to improve its functionality and speed by minimizing its size and complexity.

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A paragraph of text that, in most cases, appears above the main body of text on each page of a website and describes its contents

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Web Hosting can also be interpreted as a place to store data in the form of ...

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A group of links that serve as a "trail" for users to follow back to a website's homepage or entry point. They typically appear at the top of a page.

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Having a website published on a hosting company's server, together with a URL, email addresses, technical assistance, FTP access, and other relevant services, on a monthly, biannual, or annual basis.

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The opening page a user sees, which offers links to other pages on the website.

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