Web Hosting For Dummies Book Published

. May 14, 2013

For Dummies® announces Web Hosting for Dummies (Wiley, 978-1-118-54057-2, May 2013, US $24.99), a complete guide for bloggers, small business owners, and web designers and developers that want to either make the leap from a hosted to self-hosted service, or unlock the powerful web hosting tools they have been paying for but never utilized. In a straightforward and fun language that has defined the For Dummies® series for over 20 years, author Peter Pollock reveals the ins and outs of self-hosting a website and all of the functionality that most users never access.

For many new users, there’s a layer of complexity that prevents them from moving to a dedicated web hosting service or using the existing service to its fullest. “All of the different names, ‘Web hosting’, ‘website hosting’, ‘self hosting,’ or ‘blog hosting,’ can be confusing at first. However, they all mean that you have complete control of how your website is made available to the world,” said Pollock.

Inside Web Hosting for Dummies, Pollock uses simple, easy-to-understand language, to break down all the functions of web hosting for self-hosted users, from setting up new e-mail accounts to backing up and securing a website, analyzing server logs, choosing a platform to install and more. Coverage also includes clear explanations of more complex topics such as working with FTP clients, backing up and securing sites, understanding domains and DNS and using built-in databases.

Web Hosting For Dummies helps readers take charge of their own web hosting and having fun in the process. The book is now available for purchase online and at retailers nationwide in both print and all e-book formats. For a full list of retailers, visit http://www.dummies.com/buy/9781118540572.

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