Tuesday, 27 November 2012

10 Things to keep in mind before applying for google Adsense.

phil collins | 11/27/2012 | 1 Comment so far

adsense approved logo
First of all I would like to share my experience when i was applying for google adsense program..

couple of days ago i applied for the google adsense and the very next day i got an email by google adsense team that your application does not meet our program criteria.

So i was little disappointed i got disapproved in my first attempt then i read

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

How to have a rounded corner header in new blogger?

phil collins | 11/20/2012 | 3 Comments so far
I have searched so many blog to have a rounded corner header in my new blogger blog but i found many complicated steps to do and all of them was for the old blogger version.after a long research i found a new css code which directly fits in the edit html section and you have a nice round corner header in just two steps.

now i am going to show you how to have rounded corner header in easy steps..

Step 1: go to your dashboard >Template>Edit Html

now press ctrl+f and search for 


Step 2: Just below the

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Host Your Website On Google's servers for FREE

phil collins | 11/18/2012 | Be the first to comment!

Can your shared hosting account accommodate 5 million page views per month? If I told you that the average shared hosting account could easily accommodate that many page views you might laugh at me and accuse me of being naive. But the fact is that 5,000,000 page views would amount to just under two page views per second. That’s tiny for modern servers.

Don’t forget about concurrency

So why does shared hosting so often fail? It has to do with the other part of the hosting equation: concurrency. If you’ve never heard of concurrency, the simple way to understand it is in relation to the number of people who want to view a page at the exact same moment.
When concurrency is high (many people access the same resource at the same moment), then you can run into trouble. In fact, the same server that could deliver 5,000,000 page views per month might crash if only 500 people ask for a page at the same exact moment.
The way to achieve high concurrency is to have many servers and distribute the work among them. To extend the example above, imagine that each of your servers can serve 16 pages per second. If you want to accommodate the burst of 500 people all at once, you will need 500/16 = 31.25 servers. That many servers can cost a fortune.

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One drawback to acquiring 31 servers is that you don’t always need to accommodate spikes in traffic. In fact, most of the time

Monday, 12 November 2012

Hosting Your Website

phil collins | 11/12/2012 | 1 Comment so far

what is web hosting? how to host your website?

Once your website is ready now you need to host your website on the internet so that it is being accessible around the world via world wide web.

Hosting is something like putting all your website information on the internet for example your website posts,images,files and folder from your personal computer to the web server.

Or in simple terms hosting is like putting your website from your pc to the computer over internet which is on 24/7 so that it handles any request any time and serve your website as a response and hence your website is accessible anytime anywhere.