Frequently Asked Questions
How to clear your browser cache

Your internet browser's cache stores certain information (snapshots) of webpages you visit on your computer or mobile device so that they'll load more quickly, however your cache can prevent you from seeing updated content, or cause functional problems.

How to disable your browser cache

Cache continues to be a problem when editing websites, especially in the newer versions of browsers. Learn how to disable it while you're making your website edits.

How to edit an image for use on the web

Images can be edited through photo editing software that is installed on your computer, or on a photo editing website. For images that you are planning to use on a website, it is a good idea to start off with an image that is good quality and larger than you'll want, then crop and or re-size it for the area of the website that you'll be using it on.

How to improve your website performance on search engines

Search engines drive an enormous amount of traffic around the internet, with Google garnering a the vast majority of online searches. The world of search engine optimization (SEO) is designed to help websites perform better on search engines.

How can spammers send email using my domain name?

If you've received SPAM email with a reply address from your own domain name, it can be disconcerting. Read about how that happens.

Is my email account hacked?

It can be disconcerting when an email is sent (or received) from your email address, and you were not the one that sent it. This does not necessarily mean your account was breached. Read more about why.

How do I view my website statistics?

You probably want to know how many people visit your site, how long they stay on the pages of your site, and how they found your site.

How to perform a trace route

A tracert command on Windows tracks a web request as it travels through the internet, reporting each "stop" (hop) along the way.