Web hosting involves the simple glossary of web hosting terms.
Terms used in web hosting include ASP, CGI, DNS, DNS A, HTML, HTTP, host, etc.
Scripts must be added to HTML pages to create interactive and dynamic pages.
Using fitted terms makes it possible for browsers to upload your pages but if the terms are misused, some browsers find it difficult to upload your web site.
Many types of browsers are used by the users online.
If you do not have, the correct terms in your script, users will not see your pages.
It is essential to add the right terms.
Records are DNS A, which contain shorter address records and maps.
The maps comprise of sub domains or domain names with IP address.
Records refer to hostname or host also.
Records can be used to designate a particular domain to drive traffic to a site at the Internet Protocol or IP address, which is a series of numerals.
You can also use records to separate Internet Protocol address by designating them.
MX records or DNS MX stands for "Mail Exchange Record.
" This is a way to define email servers that are willing to agree to mails for a particular domain.
Domain registrant is another hosting term defined in simple glossaries online as organizations or individuals who register a particular domain from registrar.
When people or orgs register, they must follow conditions and the legal entities otherwise known as domain holders must agree to the registrar's conditions that are set in the agreement.
The domain holder has the rights to use the name based on the agreements time line and conditions.
Terms such as domain names provide websites with specific names with IP addresses that are hosted on servers.
PHP is a hypertext pre-processor with open sources on server-sides with html scripts embedded to create languages that produce the active web sites.
The users interact with the dynamic web pages.
The users are able to see the custom information on the site and it makes PHP ready, which is often used on UNIX servers.
Another term is host, which makes up a computer that is on an operable network, which is an available storehouse service.
Host machines typically supply various services including email (SMTP) or web (HTTP).
Html is simply hypertext markup language that is coded in a format language that uses hypertext documents on the Web to control how the web sites will appear in the browsers.
IMAP or Internet Message Access Protocol is common protocols that enable access to emails from local servers.
Usually IMAP is set on a client-server protocol.
Your emails are held and received by your server in which you can access and view the senders name and heading.
This gives you the option to choose if you want to download the email.