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MySQL Basics: How to Create a MySQL Database

What is SQL? SQL, or Structured Query Language, is a language that helps you interact with databases. Using SQL, you can set up databases, tear them down, fill them up with data, create inter-database relationships, and much, much more.   What are Databases? Databases are virtual structures that hold data. They are very efficient for data storage and retrieval. When a computer needs certain information, it will send a question to the database. This question is called a query. The database will search internally and give the computer the data that fits the query’s conditions. Ever wonder how a website…

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How to Choose the Perfect Name for Your Domain

Have you ever considered getting a tattoo? It’s a pretty big decision. You have to live with it for a long time and it becomes a part of your identity. You can think of your domain name in a similar way. It’s your website’s virtual ink attracting attention and informing everyone about the identity of your site. Just as a good tattoo that represents you well requires some forethought, so does your domain name. Before you decide, here are a few tips to help you choose the perfect domain name for your site:

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Get the Most out of Your Business Website

After you’ve selected and registered your domain name, the real work begins for your new business website. There are several components to a good website including design, web copy, images, and more. Here’s a quick, six-step guide to help you get the most out of your site:

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Password Protect Your Site: Two Different Methods with Examples

Password Protect Your Site   Whether the reason is to restrict access to your team, protect sensitive content, keep your in-progress content hidden, or all of the above, a password can go a long way to ease the process (and your mind).   The nifty thing about password protecting your website is that it gives you control of the users. You can control who accesses what pages, what their passwords are, and, if the need arises, you can delete users completely so that they no longer have access to anything related to your site.   .htaccess: What is it? .htaccess…

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