While some companies handle their own hosting, many more realize the benefits of hiring hosting providers to handle the heavy lifting.
When you consider using cPanel for Mac, you’re able to unlock the power of OS X and combine it with the ease of using cPanel. The two tools work so well together that millions of users around the globe rave about how great their hosting is when they plug cPanel into their Mac.
Here are five reasons why it’s a great solution for
While there are millions of developers and purists who might argue against it, there’s no doubt that Mac is the ideal development environment for lots of users. Finding the right Mac-friendly web hosting environment is a challenge but if you can find one, your development and hosting can work more seamlessly. Knowing who to trust and where to host your site is tough, but there are still plenty of options.
Here is everything you need to know about hosting when you’re a
You’re ready to create an awesome — and seriously profitable — website.
But you can’t do it without claiming your domain name first.
The only thing stopping you from making your dream website a reality? The fact that you have absolutely no idea how to find and claim a domain name in the first place.
In this post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about registering a domain name on your Mac.
We’ll also fill you in on why a domain name is so
Today, 55.1% of the global population are internet users. That represents a whopping 1,066% increase from 2000!
In 2017, there were 3.7 billion email users, each of whom owned an average of 1.70 accounts. That’s 6.29 billion email accounts in total.
These accounts sent and received an estimated 269 billion daily email messages. That’s about 98.185 trillion emails for the entire year!
It’s all thanks to IMAP and POP3, two of the most common email protocols, that we have this way of communicating.
If you’ll set up
Written by Chris Graves on April 2, 2015
Has your Yosemite Mail.app been misbehaving? After upgrading to Yosemite have you had trouble sending and receiving email?
We’ve had reports of trouble with email from customers after upgrading to Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10). We here at MacHighway do believe that Apple gets a lot of things right, far more often then those other guys, and that’s why I’ve been Mac fanatic for 30 years (and an Apple user for 35). However, Apple does get some things wrong, in this case
For the second year in a row, MacHighway is donating 10% of all new sales during the month of December to Foodbank of the Rockies. Foodbank of the Rockies is the largest private hunger-relief organization in our home state of Colorado.
We love being able to not only support a great organization that does a tremendous amount of good for our community, but also to help turn your purchase of a new domain name, SiteLock, hosting package, or MacHighway SiteBuilder package into a gift that greatly enriches
Another crop of new domain names have hit the market and are available for registration right now. Take a look at the latest additions:
.beer (Mmmmm…. dot beer.)
Don’t wait. Register your domain name today at http://www.machighway.domains
Here’s a fun fact: Not only am I a Mac diehard and a key member of the MacHighway team for over 15 years – but did you know that I’m also an award winning DJ? This post isn’t to toot my own horn (I know I just did) but it’s to let our MacHighway friends in the Las Vegas, NV area know that I will be in your fair city this weekend spinning some music. Classic Soul and Funk tracks to
ATTENTION all active members of the MacHighway community:
#RandomActsOfMacHighway are making their way to you inbox right now.
As you can see, a large number of great domain name extensions has just been released and are available for registration through MacHighway.Domains right now. At least one of these new domain name extensions is the perfect fit for your site – but just in case it isn’t, this is only a small fraction of the extensions available.
Q: This is fantastic news, but can you explain it to me anyway?
A: Yes. No need to drag around that old .com address anymore,