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Top six ways to use our student hosting offer

By John - February 4, 2010

You might have seen that we’re running a great deal on hosting for students. You can get our Plus hosting package, a .info domain name and free access to lots of industry-standard...

Does it matter where your website is hosted?

By John - January 18, 2010

There’s a bewildering array of things to consider when trying to optimise your website for search engines like Google. One that gets overlooked – and yet is easy to influence – is...

An Introduction to DNS

By 123 Reg - April 30, 2009

DNS (Domain Name System) always seems to be popping up when you want to create or modify a website. But if you’re not familiar with the concept, DNS can be a complicated...

Get tanned while you work?

By 123 Reg - April 1, 2009

Most of us mere mortals don’t have access to a sun bed at work. But given the alarmingly high rate of skin cancer cases in the UK, this is probably a good...

Free Perl Conference in London

By Simon - November 19, 2008

Not wanting Perl developers to feel left out after the PHP conference in Manchester we mentioned recently, there’s a grassroots Perl conference in London the week afterwards, on Saturday November 29th. Perl has...

Calling PHP Developers in the North West

By Simon - November 14, 2008

That’s the north west of England (so apologies to our readers in Oregon or Wester Ross or the north west of any other country), more specifically Manchester. PHPNW08 is a PHP conference taking...

Officially the biggest web host in the UK

By John - February 6, 2008

We don’t usually like to show off too much, but some research landed in our inbox the other day which says we’re officially the biggest web host in the UK. We think...

View your web statistics with Google Analytics

By John - November 16, 2007

Web statistics can be strangely compelling. Honestly, they can. Not convinced? What if you could:See exactly how many people have been looking at your site Drill down to see common paths people took...