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Getting Started with Magento Hosting: Requirements & Recommendations

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Whether you are planning to start a new online venture from scratch or taking your existing brick-and-mortar business online, finding a platform that is uniquely tailored for eCommerce and is equipped with features that can cater to your hosting requirements, is paramount to online success.

Apparently, Magento is the world’s most powerful and flexible eCommerce platform engineered for online businesses of all types. However, being a highly scalable solution that doesn’t rely on external software to run efficiently, Magento requires strong servers and more resources than other platforms. Also, which edition of Magento you choose for your online store function will affect your hosting requirements.

So, before we get into the hosting requirements, let’s take a quick insight into the two editions of Magento.

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The Step-By-Step Guide To Tracking Email In cPanel

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If you are facing trouble in sending/receiving email to/from a specific email address, this article can be helpful as it explains you how to track email address in cPanel.

Using Track Delivery Feature in cPanel.

Every message sent to an email account in the last 30 days can be viewed with the help of a cPanel tool; Track Delivery. This feature allows you to check delivery reports of emails, errors occurred while sending emails and also check whether Spam Assassin is doing its job (filtering out incoming spam or unwanted emails) right.

The Run Report option allows you to view most recent logs and details like timestamp, sender, receiver, spam score and delivery status of each email. You can also identify problems in the email delivery by tracking the entire email delivery route.

Besides, you can get more specific details like email addresses of a domain if needed.

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A Step-By-Step Guide to Enabling Access Log Archiving In cPanel

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The guide describes how to enable access log archiving in cPanel.

ABOUT RAW ACCESS LOG

Raw access logs are a way to know who has visited your website and the content they accessed without displaying graphs, charts and graphics.

You can analyse your website raw log files with the help of cPanel access log functionality. As we have mentioned above, the main aim of raw access logs is to get information about all visitors that landed on your website and FTP site. You can configure cPanel to archive this information every month in a compressed file in your home directory.  Or you have an option to configure cPanel to delete the previous month’s archived log files.

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What’s the Difference Between Virtualisation and Cloud Computing?

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Virtualisation and cloud computing may sound like a similar thing, especially if you are not well-versed with either of the two and how they work.  However, each one has a broader definition that can significantly affect your business decisions.

To make you understand the difference between the two, let’s dig deep into their definition and learn their respective function.

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Moving Websites? Here’s How to Preview Your Website before Taking the Plunge

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At some point in time, every business will need to move their website to a new hosting provider. Mostly this is accompanied by a new website design or update to the existing CMS.

It is important to make sure that the website is up and running without any glitches before you switch the DNS to the new server and make it available to the whole world.

Here are the step-by-step instructions to preview a website on your new website hosting before switching DNS.

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Why Is My Website Slow?

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A successful website is much more than an intriguing design, layout colours, fonts and images. That’s not to say that these factors aren’t important but effective websites focus on much more than that.

Today’s users seek an effortless browsing experience. Most online customers would compromise on anything but speed. Every extra second your website takes to load can move your potential customers a step closer to your competitors’ websites.

Your website could have a visually appealing design and be equipped with cutting-edge functionalities, but if it takes too long to load, it is eventually going to become a source of disappointment and frustration for users.

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SSL Certificate: What Is It And Why Is It Important?

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Until 2014, when Google recommended that websites switch to HTTPS, most websites were using HTTP. Google announced that the switch can provide HTTPS websites a minor ranking boost while ensuring added safety for their users.

Now, you are probably wondering what is the difference between HTTP and HTTPS? What difference does this extra “s” make?

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