Hosting providers can include an email account (i.e. space on a server where email are stored and then retrieved by email programs) as part of their package. In their Email tutorials, SiteGround tries to give answers to all of your questions regarding your email accounts. All, really? I don’t know, I have never checked…
I wanted to add a picture for my user (in the “About the user” section of Users > Your Profile) but was confronted with this: you can change your profile picture on Gravatar. What?
Pointing your domain name to your web hosting is a straightforward procedure. However, imagine you want to keep your e-mail with your registrar. This apparent simple configuration brings an all-new level of complexity. Is there any way to resolve such a configuration?
The registration process on itself is straightforward. Using Gandi.net as my registrar, I didn’t encounter any troubles whatsoever. Anyway, here is how it went – plus some little extras.
Finding the perfect domain name registrar for your needs is no easy task. Nothing daunted, I sort through hundreds of companies. This is not a review about gandi.net, but an explanation for my choice.
Without teaching my grandmother how to suck eggs, let me go through few things you may consider cogitating on before looking for a hosting provider.