Friday, 13 October 2017

Reseller Plan Payment Options on CP Web Hosting

You can make payments monthly by either of these possibilities:

Credit card - this type of payment allows you to pay for resources online. Contact technical support if your credit card brand is not supported. Sometimes, the account may require the system administrator to approve of your registration, in which case the account will not be available immediately.

Check - you must send a check to the specified location. After the check is received, your account is made available for use. Check payments can be disabled.

PayPal - this type of payment allows you to pay for resources via the online payment provider. Your credit card info won't be stored in your billing profiles and billing info won't show in the control panel. In order to pay via PayPal, you should have a web-based Personal account registered in the PayPal system.

WorldPay - this type of payment allows you to pay for resources via the online payment provider. Your credit card and billing info won't be stored in your billing profiles. In order to pay via WorldPay, you should have a web-based Personal account registered in the WorldPay system.

2CheckOut - you can pay via web-based payment provider if you have an online account registered with 2CheckOut. When you are to pay, you are sent to the 2CheckOut website and all further payments take place beyond H-Sphere. The scheme of 2CheckOut account in H-Sphere is similar to a checking account.

You need to make an advance payment not less than the registration fee. Until the payment gets processed, your account won't be enabled and you won't be able to purchase hosting resources and services, including control panel account or domain registration.

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Throttle Policy option

Traffic is of different types, and you can classify them as:

FTP User

Generated when you upload your files to your web account. If you have any FTP sub-accounts, their traffic will be included here, too.

Virtual FTP

Generated when authorized or anonymous internet users download, upload or view files in your virtual FTP directories. If you administer your account through dedicated IP, it would add to Virtual FTP Traffic.

Mail

Generated when e-mail messages are sent or received.

HTTP

Generated when internet visitors browse your website(s).

Real Server FTP

Generated when internet users download media files from your RealServer directory.

Real User FTP

Generated when you upload your media files to your RealServer directory.

To enable the throttle module to throttle the use of traffic in your account by delaying or refusing requests to your sites, you can do the following:
1. Select Domain info in the Domain Settings menu.
2. Click the Edit icon in the Web Service field.
3. Scroll the page to find the Throttle Policy option and turn it on.
4. Agree to charges, if any.
5. Select the type of policy and click Submit

By selecting the Original - you can impose a limit on the volume (kbytes sent) per period, which when exceeded the request incurs a counter-based delay penalty or is refused. First, whenever the elapsed time exceeds the period length, then the volume and elapsed time are halved. Second, if the volume is below the limit, then the delay counter is decreased by one second if it is not yet zero. Otherwise, when the limit is exceeded, the delay counter is increased by one second. The delay can be between zero and ThrottleMaxDelay seconds, after which the request will be refused to avoid occupying servers unnecessarily.

The other throttle policies you can use are Random, Request, Speed, and Volume:-
Random randomly accept a percentage (limit) of the requests. If the percentage is zero (0), then every request is refused; if the percentage is 100, then all requests are accepted. The period specifies how long data is accumulated before the counters are reset.
Request imposes a limit on the number of requests per period. When this limit is exceeded all further requests are refused until the elapsed time exceeds the period length, at which point the elapsed time and counters are reset.

Speed imposes a limit on the volume (kbytes sent) per period, which when exceeded the request incurs a calculated delay penalty or is refused. First, whenever the elapsed time exceeds the period length, then the limit (allowance) is deducted from the volume, which cannot be a negative result; also the period length is deducted from the elapsed time. Second, if the volume is below the limit, in which case the request proceeds without delay. Otherwise, the request is delayed between one and ThrottleMaxDelay seconds. If the delay would exceed ThrottleMaxDelay, you refuse the request entirely to avoid occupying servers unnecessarily. The delay is computed as one plus the integer result of the volume times 10 divided by the limit.

Volume imposes a limit on the volume (kbytes sent) per period. When this limit is exceeded all further requests are refused, until the end of the period at which point the elapsed time and counters are reset.


Idle time between Requests

To prevent over-limit charges, you can reserve more traffic by changing your traffic limit to the bandwidth level you are expecting to have. For that, you can impose a minimum idle time between requests that is Idle throttle policy.
When the minimum is not reached, the request incurs a calculated delay penalty or is refused. First, whenever the elapsed time exceeds the period length, then the counters are reset. Second, if the idle time between requests exceeds the minimum, then the request proceeds without delay. Otherwise, the request is delayed between one and ThrottleMaxDelay seconds. If the delay would exceed ThrottleMaxDelay, then the request is refused entirely to avoid occupying servers unnecessarily. The delay is computed as the policy minimum less the idle time between requests.

Concurrent Throttle policy

Concurrent Throttle policy, impose a limit on the number of concurrent requests at any one time. The period specifies how long data is accumulated before the counters are reset.

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Website Management Tools - Promotion Strategy



Website management tools offer a variety of solutions. They analyze how well your website promotion strategy is working. Where to focus your website promotion efforts for optimum results?
The tools include website ranking manager tools and robot manager tools.  The webmaster can access them at Website Promotion Tools - Website Promotion Software
There are many other similar tools available on the Net.

Website Management Tools

A few other tools worth checking out are:
• Robots.txt Validator - http://www.searchengineworld.com/cgi-bin/robotcheck.cgi
• Search Engine Optimizer -
• SEM ROI Calculator -
http://www.pageviews.com/calculator.htm
• SEOTool Set - BruceClay SEO Tools - Search Engine Optimization Tools, SEO Software
• SiteSnar - SiteSnare.com - Make Money Online Working From Home
• WebPosition Gold - WebPosition - Welcome to the Official Site
• WebRank - How Does Your Site Rank on the Web?
• WordTracker - Keyword Research Tools for SEO

Hosting Account Default Directories



We follow the convention of calling Linux Hosting companies as cheap hosting. Hosting companies do provide the client a Default Account Directories on the Linux server. The name typically matches with the primary domain chosen by the customer. This directory has following three important sub-directories:

Default Account Directories

public_html: It contains the HTML scripts served up to the site’s clients. This directory and those below it, the web space, are accessible to anyone on the Web. Therefore pose a severe security risk if used for anything other than public
data.
Logs: Contains the log data, both of accesses and errors.
CGI-bin: Contains the CGI scripts. The programs or shell scripts written by or for the webmaster executed by Apache on behalf of its clients. It is most important, for security reasons, that this directory not in the web space.

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