Web Hosting

This section includes some of the frequently asked questions about our web hosting services. If you have any questions about how we can help you with your web hosting, e-commerce integration, or in setting up a CMS based web site, such as Joomla or WordPres, then please don't hesitate to contact us at 416-203-6798.

Do you support Microsoft FrontPage?

No. Microsoft FrontPage was discontinued in 2006. The server extensions that Microsoft FrontPage depended on have been phased out by Microsoft, and it is no longer possible to provide support for Microsoft FrontPage dependent code.

What is a domain name pointer?

A domain name pointer is another domain that can be set up to point to your website.  This means if you type in either www.yourdomainname1 or www.yourdomainname2 you will end up on the same web site.  There is no limit to the number of domain names that you can have pointing to the same website.

Can I use my account for commercial purposes?

Of course you can use your account for commercial purposes. The Internet has become the most efficient and cost-effective means of making information, products and services available to clients and we encourage our customers to take advantage of the opportunities of e-commerce.

Will I be able to access my domain name with or without the www. in front of the domain?

Yes, we set up your website so that both http://www.yourdomainname and http://yourdoimainname will load your site.

What is SSL?

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a protocol originally developed by Netscape Communications to enable encrypted, authenticated communications across the Internet. SSL is used mostly (but not exclusively) in communication between web browsers and web servers. URL's that begin with "https://" indicate that an SSL connection will be used. SSL provides three important things: privacy, authentication, and message integrity. In an SSL connection the session between the person browsing a site and the server (where the web site is located) is secured so that the information entered cannot be intercepted by third parties.