to a new Web hosting solution
So, you've decided that your current host doesn't suit your needs and
you need to choose a new one. Well, don't worry - it happens all the time.
Many webmasters upgrade their hosting services once their Web sites become
popular, usually because their current hosting firm cannot provide an
effective level of scalability or technical support.
move, it's extremely important to make sure you have copies of everything
related to your site. Double-check that all content, including Web pages,
databases and scripts, are properly archived. But don't archive your Web
sites just in case you switch hosts - always back up your data at regular
intervals in case you experience unexpected data loss or hardware failure.
This will also ensure that all your data is archived and compressed in
its original directories, which is very important if you want to retain
the full-working integrity of your Web site when you move.
have archived your site, make arrangements to purchase your new hosting
services. Make sure that any new solution you select includes basic services
that approximate and surpass the service you where obtaining with your
previous provider. Perform a search with our advanced search utility to
make sure the companies you are considering offer exactly what you're
looking for. It makes no sense to replace your present hosting service
with another Web hosting solution that equally cannot fulfill your technical
new solution is activated, upload your archived Web pages, database and
scripts to the new host. You will be allocated an IP number from the new
hosting company. Take time to debug and test the new site from the individual
site is entirely debugged and you verify that all site functionality is
operative, transfer your domain name service (DNS) servers over from your
old host to your new host.
DNS transition period, which is referred to as the "propagation period,"
your Web site will be resolved by both your new and old host, as new DNS
information about your Web site filters through the Internet worldwide.
It typically takes about 1-2 weeks for the transfer to fully propagate
around the Internet; so keep your old site running in case you get visitors
whose ISP's name servers haven't updated fully.
It is imperative
that you retain both your old and new hosting services during your hosting
solution transition. You will need to check your e-mail from both hosting
providers, since some regions of the Internet will direct e-mail to your
original host, while other regions will start sending mail to your new
server during the transition.
situation will occur with Web server during the period of propagation.
For this reason, you must ensure that both hosting services are operating
simultaneously during your solution transition.
Once a week
or two have elapsed, cancel the account with the previous hosting company.
Make sure to only pull the plug on your old account when e-mail stops
arriving from your old server.
when you're shopping for a new hosting company, make sure their services
suit all of your needs. Use our enhanced search to find a host that meets
your exact specifics. This will reduce your chances of having to search
for another host later.
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