7 Tips to increase your website speed

1. Caching - is a mechanism for the temporary storage (caching) of web documents, such as HTML pages and images, to reduce bandwidth usage, server load, and perceived lag. A web cache stores copies of documents passing through it; subsequent requests may be satisfied from the cache if certain conditions are met.

2. Photoshop – You have to reduce the size of your image, so it will be loaded faster. Raw images usually ranges around 5-8MB depending on the pixels, so you have to edit this the suites on the web.

3. Avoid empty img, src and href – this will cause longer loading time as it will request another http request.

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February 10, 2013   No Comments

Kung Hei Fat Choi

February 7, 2013   No Comments

SSL and WHMCS v 5.1.3

We’ve just updated our WHMCS (portal) to the latest version 5.1.3 and SSL.

Here in WebhostingCS we make sure your security is our utmost concern so you’ll have the peace of mind while we take care of the rest.

For any technical support or enquiries email us at [email protected]

February 6, 2013   No Comments

Why you should get a website


There are many reasons why you need to get a website especially if you’re a business entity. Today as the world progress also communication, it is better in the fastest and easiest way people to keep in touch with you and having an internet presence (or website) is very vital.

Imagine your competitor is using the world wide web and you’re not, how many visitors and opportunities you have missed… A possible client.

Here are more reasons for you to get your website:

1. Increases awareness of products/services A website provides the opportunity to publish the who, what, where, when and why of your business in a powerful and effective manner. How many potential customers might be swayed if they could learn a little more about you, your company, your products, etc., without having to phone or taking the time to meet with you in person? A website makes it easy for customers to learn more about your business at their own pace.

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November 14, 2011   No Comments

Free Google+ invitations from WebhostingCS

If you’ve been really loving Facebook, then you should try Google+, the latest social networking product of Google.

Since it was released the amount of users are getting bigger everyday, having 10 Million users already. The demand for obtaining a Google+ invitation has increased and today you might be the lucky person to received a FREE invitation from WebhostingCS.


To get an invite just simple email us at [email protected] and leave your comment here.

August 11, 2011   No Comments

Portal Updated to V4.5 (stable) and Peer Support Forum

We have updated our portal to version 4.5 (stable). For better client service!

http://www.webhostingcs.com/whmcs/index.php

http://www.webhostingcs.com/forum/

July 24, 2011   No Comments

Portal Updated to 4.4.2 (stable)

March 23, 2011   No Comments

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

February 2, 2011   No Comments

PROMO: $9 Domain for 1st Year

January 25, 2011   No Comments

Dedicated Server or Shared Web Hosting?

Most of the questions we encounter here in WebhostingCS from our clients is “Should I get a Dedicated Server? or Shared Web Hosting?

Well, I will explain from here what is the difference between a Dedicated Server and a Shared Web Hosting.

Dedicated Server is from its word “Dedicated” meaning the entire server is only yours, the CPU usage, memory, disk space and a allotted bandwidth.

While a Shared Web Hosting is the entire server is divided among numbers of users, so the memory, disk space, etc… is divided on users depending on the web hosting provider.

Its like renting a house, in dedicated server you only live alone (your family) in the entire house, as for the shared hosting it is probably you are renting a room in a house so if there are example 4 rooms there are 4 people sharing under one house.

Both have its own advantages and disadvantages. (below are some)

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December 22, 2010   No Comments