If you want to juggle more than one channel with your content management system, you’ll quickly reach the limits. A classic CMS offers many simplifications, but at the same time is limited with its design options. For this reason, content creators sometimes rely on another solution: a headless CMS. This separates the frontend from the backend so that different websites and mobile apps can be...Get more from your own content with headless CMS
You’re surfing around on the internet, but instead of getting the desired content you only receive an error message: annoying or even downright frustrating. Especially if you don’t exactly know what the status is supposed to mean. How are you expected to solve the problem, if you don’t know what’s causing it? This also goes for the error 401. Here we explain what the error means and what you can...Error 401: Unauthorized – No access to the website
The INNER JOIN is the most important JOIN type in the relational database model. If you want to query database tables in a group, you would usually use INNER JOINs based on equality relationships between primary and foreign keys. We will show you how to use INNER JOINs in practice, delineate the JOIN type from OUTER JOINs, and also deal with the different subtypes of INNER JOINs.INNER JOIN: definition and application
The Domain Name System makes it easy for every user to navigate the internet. One of its most important components are A records, which link a domain name to an individual IP address. Only a line of text is needed. But what does this kind of record look like, and how can you perform an A record check?A Record: Explanation & Example
Without the Domain Name System, the internet as we know it today would be inconceivable. The system for name resolution itself, is based on DNS records. In these simply structured records in normal text files, a name is stored for each IP address. However, DNS records can do more than this. Also known as resource records, various types of them exist.DNS Records: How Do DNS Records Work?
The Domain Name System enables the use of domain names for surfing and is based on zone files. These in turn are made up of different records. The first DNS entry you encounter in such a data file is always the SOA record. This determines authority within the zone. We explain how the records are designed and how you can perform an SAO record check.SOA Records: The Basis of Every Zone File
PTR records turn the DNS on its head: Instead of getting from a domain name to the corresponding IP address – as is normally the case – with reverse DNS the opposite occurs. Which domains belong to an IP address? You can acquire this information using PTR records, which are a special type of DNS record. How do the DNS records need to be structured for this?PTR record: How does the DNS record work?
The Domain Name System and name resolution enable hassle-free surfing for users on the World Wide Web. Here, the DNS has recourse to several types of resource records. One of these is CNAME. This allows different domains to be linked together with one IP address. But how do CNAME records work and how can you check the records?CNAME Record: Explanation of the DNS Record Type
Only with a secure and stable server can you handle the technical demands for your web project and guarantee its steady operation. Yet which hosting model is the best fit for each project? In our article, we draw a comparison between shared hosting and dedicated hosting in order to illustrate the advantages and disadvantages of both server solutions.Shared Hosting vs. Dedicated Hosting: A Direct Comparison of Both Hosting Models
Acting as a template for web presences, themes can change your website’s appearance in the blink of an eye. If Drupal is your chosen CMS, you’ll never be short of layout options. When it comes to free Drupal themes, users are spoilt for choice. The hard part is knowing where to start! There are a lot of deciding factors here, including your knowledge of web design and what type of website you’re...10 free Drupal themes you should know about
The IONOS Web Hosting Guide: advice for website administration
Hosting an internet presence (web hosting) is getting easier and easier thanks to the variety of tools and increasingly user-friendly content management systems. But it’s still good to familiarize yourself with the finer points of online service administration: and this is where our Web Hosting Guide comes in. In our Digital Guide to hosting, you’ll find in-depth information and recommendations on programs, tools, plugins as well as general hosting tips. These useful articles are designed for all levels, from beginners to professional users: with relevant content and comprehensive detail, the IONOS Web Hosting Guide offers expert knowledge to a broad readership.
CMS, blogs, and technical matters
The ‘Hosting’ category is one of six sections of the IONOS Digital Guide. This is then split into three further subcategories: ‘CMS’, ‘Blogs’, and ‘Technical matters’. The first of these is devoted to content management systems, looking at the considerable number of options available for website creation and administration. The ‘Blogs’ subcategory offers advice and guidance on the establishment and operation of a successful weblog. Here, we also introduce the many extensions and tweaks available for the most widely used blogging and CMS application of all – WordPress. Our final section focuses on information and tips on ‘Technical matters’. This subcategory explores the different sorts of web hosting, the various programs which lighten your web hosting workload, new hosting opportunities, and everything else you need to know about the administration of internet resources.
From beginner to expert: hosting tips for every ability
Our Web Hosting Guide isn’t just for checking basic requirements and techniques of site administration – trained professionals can also expand upon their existing knowledge by reading our articles. Articles like ‘What is shared hosting?’ or our ‘Blog with success’ series are suitable for readers who are new to web hosting, whereas specific posts like ‘Indexing management with robots.txt’ or ‘The top ten .htaccess tricks’ require prior knowledge and experience. This variety makes our Web Hosting Guide attractive and accessible for anyone interested in website administration. Whether you’re a small to medium-sized enterprise, a blogger, a developer, or simply a technology enthusiast: IONOS has got you covered.