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European Full Trust Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: What is Full Trust Means?

clock November 24, 2016 05:53 by author Scott

What Do Trust Levels Mean?

Trust Level plays a vital role in web hosting operation, and different trust levels do affect the right of users to run and administrate websites applications.

Trust levels allow you to set the security rules of your site. They dictate to the operations an application can carry out like reading a disk, changing file permission, accessing registry and customizing system files among others.

There are different trust levels, and each has a policy file associated with the exception of the Full trust. The user sets how the trust levels manage access to different aspects. You may decide to restrict access to different resources and operations that you feel are not secure. You set the <trust> feature a given trust level. The levels include full, high, medium, Low and minimal trust levels.

Type of Trust Permission

Full Trust Level

If applications are set at full trust level, they will be able to execute arbitrary code that is native in their process of their running. However, most people feel that this comes with risks of accessing malicious codes, and its lack of a policy file makes most users avoid it.

High Trust Level

This uses most .NET Framework approvals and support trust only partially. This is mostly for applications you trust and want to have fewer user rights to reduce the risks involved. It offers same application access as the full trust level but restricts COM Interop and unmanaged code.

Medium Trust Level

Medium trust applications can read and write on the directories associated to them, at the same time communicate with Microsoft SQL Server. The code does not grant user rights to access ODBC or OLE DB. You should set this mostly on shared server as it allows communication to SQL server files and withholds the user rights to the root structure of the application.

Low Trust Level

Though this low trust code can read its application, it cannot communicate to the database or to the network. By using this code, you allow applications to access their applications and restrict access to external resources such as system resources.

Minimal Trust Level

Minimal trust applications code allows execution of resourcing but restricts interaction with the resources. It is the best for hosting sites with a high number of websites.

 If you want to know what is the trust level you must learn each of the above trust levels and how they impact on your website. However, your web hosting providers may offer comprehensive information when you do not understand the any of the levels.

 



Umbraco Hosting UK - HostForLIFE.eu :: Tips on Using Javascript in Umbraco

clock April 16, 2014 08:08 by author Peter

While redesigning our new website I had the task of getting the Umbraco package to play ball with our existing design. While mashing it around I noticed a bit of a trend for injecting Javascript directly into templates etc. which can limit the usabilty and portability of the code. So I though I would just write some notes/tips on using javascript in your Umbraco website(s).There will be no end of different ways to achieve some of what I discus here so feel free to throw your opinions into the ring at the bottom of the post. When I mention templates I mean XSLT/Razor or any other flavour you might be using. Anyway on with it.

Don't write out chunks of javascript in your templates

The place for javascript is in your external javascript files where it can get cached, write out javascript in template and it has to go down the wire each and every time, not good. That is not to say that you are not allowed to inject any javascript into the page, of course you are but ideally it should be a global javascript object which contains the data that your external javascript can use when ondomready (aka jQuery.ready) fires. You might be thinking that you only want to include the javascript on the pages it affect, but as long as the javascript is not overly long (and if it is it should be an external file) your users will loose very little by you including it sitewide and just having it activate when it knows it is on the right page. Remember your users can't cache javascript that is in page so get it moved to an external and adjust your code a little to work with this model rather than against it.

Assume jQuery or similar only gets included in the footer

Loading your scripts in the footer greatly increases the speed that your website renders and is shown to your users. So you should get in the habit of rendering your code in the footer.To ease this we have a ContentPlaceHolder called "CustomFooterJs" in our parent master page template which we can use to render out any custom JS and <script /> tags into the footer.

This content place holder is always included after our jQuery (other javascript frameworks are available) and sitewide setting files are included. Now if you assume that you have to wait until the footer before you can do any special JS then you have to be careful in your template with what javascript you include. Again similar to point one you are limited to only writing out javascript objects or setting variables.

In your external code you can run code on dom ready which can check for the existance of your javascript objects or dom elements before running (this stops the code running on pages it shouldn't). We tend to use the body's id as an inital check followed by a check for an element we definitely need before running any code that uses said element. Its safer to assume it won't be their and not run than to assume it will be and try to run everytime.

// Somewhere in your footer code
$(document).ready( function() {
    // Are we on a blog post page?
    if ( jQuery("body#blogpost") ) {
      // Do something blog post related, beauty of this       
// is it can safely be included site wide but will
      // only run when it should
    }
});

Don't add events directly to elements, use javascript to add javascript events

Following on from the first two tips this one is a well known issue but it is still oh so easy to add a quick and dirty onclick even to your elements within the template itself. If on the other hand you follow the rule that jQuery et al are not available right there you will have to add the event after you've rendered out the HTML.This is what jQuery and its like are so good at, decorating any HTML with javascript events. So in your Custom Footer JS place holder you can add in (or even better in an external file which you can include in the place holder if need be)

Don't add events directly to elements, use javascript to add javascript events

Following on from the first two tips this one is a well known issue but it is still oh so easy to add a quick and dirty onclick even to your elements within the template itself. If on the other hand you follow the rule that jQuery et al are not available right there you will have to add the event after you've rendered out the HTML.This is what jQuery and its like are so good at, decorating any HTML with javascript events. So in your Custom Footer JS place holder you can add in (or even better in an external file which you can include in the place holder if need be):

// Somewhere in your footer code
  $(document).ready( function() {
      jQuery("#myElementId").click( function( elem ) {
        // Do something with my elem
      });
  });

Store Handy Information As Part of Your Master Page Template

We always try to store sitewide important information in the same page in all pages. That way our javascript only has to look in one place for it. A great example of this is storing the current page's node id in a meta tag in the head of your HTML.

<head>

  <meta name="pageId" id="pageId" content="<umbraco:Item field='pageId' runat='server' />" />

  ...

We can use a little jQuery to get this and to have it available to all our scripts to save us having to try to inject this into our Javascript.

// Add this code as one of your first lines
// of code in your sitewide js file
$(document).ready( function() {
  // Stash this value once where all the
  // other scripts can get to it
  window.pageId = jQuery.("#pageId").attr("content");

  // Other code should always check for the
  // existance of the pageId before running if they require it
  if ( window.pageId ) {
    // do page Id related goodness, Ajax call to
    // Base to get comments for this page for instance?
  }
});

Again this was handy for re-writing the blog comment form javascript so that we could pull it out of the XSLT template, move the javascript into an external file and have it reference this in page bit of meta data rather than having to write out the javascript inline. I've mentioned earlier that you should write out javascript objects with data in them rather than code it self if you are looping over content in a template. A nice trick with doing that is to inject the data into an global array variable, this stops you having to come up with lots of unique names which can clutter up the global javascript namespace (or clash with something else). Something like this:

<!-- Imagine we are looping over a XML dataset in a XSLT for-each...-->
<xsl:for-each select="MyNodes">
  <!-- Do other stuff -->
  <script type="text/javascript">
  // This check will ensure you either create the "mystore"
  // variable or re-use it if you are not the first in the
  // loop, of course this variable might have been created
  // in another template entirely. The lack of a "var" means
  // this variable will be global so available to all
  mystore = typeof( mystore ) != "undefined" ? mystore : [];

  // Add in this loops data
  mystore.push({
    name: '<xsl:value-of select="name" />',
    latlng : '<xsl:value-of select="latlng" />',
    url : '<xsl:valur-of select="umbraco.library:NiceUrl(pageId)" />'
  });
 </script>

An alternative is to inject the content in hidden HTML elements or Form elements, depends on your needs.



HostForLIFE.eu Proudly Announces Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Hosting

clock April 7, 2014 11:09 by author Peter
HostForLIFE.eu was established to cater to an under served market in the hosting industry; web hosting for customers who want excellent service. HostForLIFE.eu a worldwide provider of hosting has announced the latest release of Microsoft's widely-used SQL relational database management system SQL Server Server 2014. You can take advantage of the powerful SQL Server Server 2014 technology in all Windows Shared Hosting, Windows Reseller Hosting and Windows Cloud Hosting Packages! In addition, SQL Server 2014 Hosting provides customers to build mission-critical applications and Big Data solutions using high-performance, in-memory technology across OLTP, data warehousing, business intelligence and analytics workloads without having to buy expensive add-ons or high-end appliances. 

SQL Server 2014 accelerates reliable, mission critical applications with a new in-memory OLTP engine that can deliver on average 10x, and up to 30x transactional performance gains. For Data Warehousing, the new updatable in-memory column store can query 100x faster than legacy solutions. The first new option is Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Hosting, which is available to customers from today. With the public release just last week of Microsoft’s latest version of their premier database product, HostForLIFE has been quick to respond with updated their shared server configurations.For more information about this new product, please visit http://hostforlife.eu/European-SQL-Server-2014-Hosting

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Free Italy SQL Server 2012 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: Encrypting SQL Server Connections

clock March 20, 2014 07:44 by author Peter

If you use SQL Server 2012 in the cloud you may not always have a secure connection. Thankfully there is support in several areas within SQL Server to help secure connections. Let’s take a look at a couple.

SQL Server Management Studio
1. In SSMS, go to Object Explorer
2. Click the Connect drop-down, and select Database Engine
3. Enter the Server name and login credentials (don’t click Connect yet!)
4. Click on the ‘Options >>’ button
5. On the ‘Connection Properties’ tabe, check the box for ‘Encrypt Connection’

6. If you have an untrusted certificate on your server (see below), click on the ‘Additional Connection Parameters’ tab. Enter ‘TrustServerCertificate=True’.

7. Click the ‘Connect’ button.

PowerPivot
1. Open Excel
2. Click on the PowerPivot tab
3. Click on the Manage button
4. Select the drop down under ‘From Database’
5. Select ‘From SQL Server’
6. Enter the Server name, login credentials, and Database name
7. Click the ‘Advanced’ button

8. Scroll down to the bottom and set the following:

Trust Server Certificate = True (see certificates below)

Use Encryption for Data = True

9. Click Ok

10. Select the data sources (tables)

Certificates

Digital certificates can come from various sources. There are several ‘trusted’ 3rd party sources such as Thawte and VeriSign that are called Certificate Authorities (CA). To get a certificate from a trusted source you will most likely need to pay an annual fee. If you have a trusted certificate, you shouldn’t have to tell SQL Server that you want to trust the certificate.On the other hand, if you don’t have a trusted certificate, you should already have a self signed certificate that Windows created.

To see a list of certificates installed on your computer, do the following:

1. click on Start, Run, MMC
2. File, Add/Remove Snap-in…
3. Certificates, Add
4. Select Computer Account, Next
5. Local Computer, Finish
6. Ok
7. Expand Certificates, Personal, and click on CertificatesThis shows a list of certificates currently installed. From here you can import and export certificates by right clicking and going under the ‘All Tasks’ menu.

Securing connections in SQL Server is a great way to keep your data private over unsecure lines. SQL Server uses certificates to establish secure connections. Be sure to use these techniques to create secure connections from SSMS or PowerPivot when venturing out into the open cloud.



DotNetNuke 7 Belgium Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu : Forgot Your DNN Password?

clock March 5, 2014 06:24 by author Peter

I found myself having to access as administrator a site built with DotNetNuke Hosting without knowing the password or being able to reach the person who created it. What was I to do?

1. Create a new website (I am using C# here) in Visual Studio

2. Inside the web.config file, add the machineKey tag and provide “validationKey” and “decryptionKey” as found from web.config file of your running DNN site using which passwords are stored. (The keys provided here will work with the password as given in step)

<machineKey validationKey="5D47DA8BBE8C9D02378BC3360FD6724A43C69016" decryptionKey="F5292CB499D6A71955A7B389BFBF3712D0A48D1971DEE889" decryption="3DES" validation="SHA1" >

3. Create a new class and name it, “RecoverPassword.cs”

 using System; 
 using System.Configuration.Provider; 
 using System.Text; 
 using System.Web.Security; 
 public class RecoverPassword : MembershipProvider { 
   //Create a static instance of this class as a singelton  
   private static readonly RecoverPassword _instance = new RecoverPassword(); 
   public override MembershipPasswordFormat PasswordFormat { 
     get { 
       return MembershipPasswordFormat.Encrypted; 
     }   
   }  
   public static string RecoverEncryptedString(string target)   
   {     
     try     
     {       
       // Decode the password in Base64       
       byte[] data = Convert.FromBase64String(target); 
       //Get advantage of the DecryptPassword method 
       byte[] decryptedPassword = _instance.DecryptPassword(data); 
       string encodedPassword = Encoding.Unicode.GetString(decryptedPassword); 
       // Remove the salt value prepended to the value 
       // Salt value doesn''t do anything more than being appended to thte password string, just strip it out 
       return encodedPassword.Substring(8); 
     } 
     catch (ProviderException ex) 
     { 
       throw ex; 
     } 
   } 
   public override string ApplicationName 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
     set 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool ChangePassword(string username, string oldPassword, string newPassword) { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool ChangePasswordQuestionAndAnswer(string username, string password, string newPasswordQuestion, string 
 newPasswordAnswer) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUser CreateUser(string username, string password, string email, string passwordQuestion, string passwordAnswer, 
 bool isApproved, object providerUserKey, out MembershipCreateStatus status) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool DeleteUser(string username, bool deleteAllRelatedData) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool EnablePasswordReset 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool EnablePasswordRetrieval 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override MembershipUserCollection FindUsersByEmail(string emailToMatch, int pageIndex, int pageSize, out int totalRecords) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUserCollection FindUsersByName(string usernameToMatch, int pageIndex, int pageSize, out int totalRecords) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUserCollection GetAllUsers(int pageIndex, int pageSize, out int totalRecords) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override int GetNumberOfUsersOnline() 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override string GetPassword(string username, string answer) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUser GetUser(string username, bool userIsOnline) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUser GetUser(object providerUserKey, bool userIsOnline) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override string GetUserNameByEmail(string email) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override int MaxInvalidPasswordAttempts 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override int MinRequiredNonAlphanumericCharacters 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override int MinRequiredPasswordLength 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override int PasswordAttemptWindow 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override string PasswordStrengthRegularExpression 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool RequiresQuestionAndAnswer 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool RequiresUniqueEmail 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override string ResetPassword(string username, string answer) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool UnlockUser(string userName) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override void UpdateUser(MembershipUser user) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool ValidateUser(string username, string password) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
 }

4. Copy paste the following code inside the above created class. This way we inherit our class from aspnet membership provider pattern class and thus will use its decryption procedure to decrypt the passwords. If you want to do that manually, do remember that Ctrl+K+M is a nice shortcut to implement base class methods which saves quite an effort from your end.

 using System; 
 using System.Configuration.Provider; 
 using System.Text; 
 using System.Web.Security; 
 public class RecoverPassword : MembershipProvider { 
   //Create a static instance of this class as a singelton  
   private static readonly RecoverPassword _instance = new RecoverPassword(); 
   public override MembershipPasswordFormat PasswordFormat { 
     get { 
       return MembershipPasswordFormat.Encrypted; 
     }   
   }  
   public static string RecoverEncryptedString(string target)   
   {     
     try     
     {       
       // Decode the password in Base64       
       byte[] data = Convert.FromBase64String(target); 
       //Get advantage of the DecryptPassword method 
       byte[] decryptedPassword = _instance.DecryptPassword(data); 
       string encodedPassword = Encoding.Unicode.GetString(decryptedPassword); 
       // Remove the salt value prepended to the value 
       // Salt value doesn''t do anything more than being appended to thte password string, just strip it out 
       return encodedPassword.Substring(8); 
     } 
     catch (ProviderException ex) 
     { 
       throw ex; 
     } 
   } 
   public override string ApplicationName 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
     set 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool ChangePassword(string username, string oldPassword, string newPassword) { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool ChangePasswordQuestionAndAnswer(string username, string password, string newPasswordQuestion, string 
 newPasswordAnswer) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUser CreateUser(string username, string password, string email, string passwordQuestion, string passwordAnswer, 
 bool isApproved, object providerUserKey, out MembershipCreateStatus status) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool DeleteUser(string username, bool deleteAllRelatedData) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool EnablePasswordReset 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool EnablePasswordRetrieval 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override MembershipUserCollection FindUsersByEmail(string emailToMatch, int pageIndex, int pageSize, out int totalRecords) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUserCollection FindUsersByName(string usernameToMatch, int pageIndex, int pageSize, out int totalRecords) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUserCollection GetAllUsers(int pageIndex, int pageSize, out int totalRecords) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override int GetNumberOfUsersOnline() 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override string GetPassword(string username, string answer) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUser GetUser(string username, bool userIsOnline) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override MembershipUser GetUser(object providerUserKey, bool userIsOnline) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override string GetUserNameByEmail(string email) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override int MaxInvalidPasswordAttempts 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override int MinRequiredNonAlphanumericCharacters 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override int MinRequiredPasswordLength 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override int PasswordAttemptWindow 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override string PasswordStrengthRegularExpression 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool RequiresQuestionAndAnswer 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override bool RequiresUniqueEmail 
   { 
     get 
     { 
       throw new NotImplementedException(); 
     } 
   } 
   public override string ResetPassword(string username, string answer) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool UnlockUser(string userName) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override void UpdateUser(MembershipUser user) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
   public override bool ValidateUser(string username, string password) 
   { 
     throw new NotImplementedException(); 
   } 
 } 

5. Your default.ascx.cs file must be like this (Change the password in Page_Load with the password you want to decipher):

 using System; 
 public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page { 
   protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)     
   { 
      //This password can be obtained from the DNN''s table aspnet_Membership column "Password"    
      //Or you can query ther datbase row and call decryption method for each user    
      string password = "vhicPWw3Eo/+z+mrKM5ZQCIcURj1O5Cq9Epw942lfpmsDPagupzLGw=="; 
     //Call our inherited class to get Decrypted Password    
     string recoveredPassword = RecoverPassword.RecoverEncryptedString(password); 
     //Write down the decrypted password       
    Response.Write(recoveredPassword);  
   } 
 } 

6. Right click > View in Browser and the password is decrypted on a fly.



Press Release - Wordpress 3.8 Hosting with HostForLIFE.eu from Only €3.00/month

clock January 23, 2014 10:41 by author Scott

HostForLIFE.eu proudly launches the support of WordPress 3.8 on all their newest Windows Server environment. HostForLIFE.eu WordPress 3.8 Hosting plan starts from just as low as €3.00/month only.

WordPress is a flexible platform which helps to create your new websites with the CMS (content management system). There are lots of benefits in using the WordPress blogging platform like quick installation, self updating, open source platform, lots of plug-ins on the database and more options for website themes and the latest version is 3.8 with lots of awesome features.

WordPress 3.8 was released in December 2013, which introduces a brand new, completely updated admin design: with a fresh, uncluttered aesthetic that embraces clarity and simplicity; new typography (Open Sans) that’s optimized for both desktop and mobile viewing; and superior contrast that makes the whole dashboard better looking and easier to navigate.

HostForLIFE.eu is a popular online WordPress hosting service provider catering to those people who face such issues. The company has managed to build a strong client base in a very short period of time. It is known for offering ultra-fast, fully-managed and secured services in the competitive market.

Another wonderful feature of WordPress 3.8 is that it uses vector-based icons in the admin dashboard. This eliminates the need for pixel-based icons. With vector-based icons, the admin dashboard loads faster and the icons look sharper. No matter what device you use – whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, or a laptop computer, the icons actually scale to fit your screen.

WordPress 3.8 is a great platform to build your web presence with. HostForLIFE.eu can help customize any web software that company wishes to utilize. Further information and the full range of features WordPress 3.8 Hosting can be viewed here http://www.hostforlife.eu.

 



European Full Trust European Hosting with HostForLIFE.eu - Amsterdam Server

clock January 22, 2014 06:42 by author Scott

If you want to use some .net applications like Umbraco, nopCommerce, das Blog, or Orchard, you need a Full Trust ASP.NET Hosting account. Full trust hosting means you get full .Net permission (unrestricted code access permissions) on the web hosting server.  This will let you accomplish all tasks via coding. Most of hosting companies force you to run at reduced trust for security reasons.

HostForLIFE.eu is offering full trust level hosting for it’s shared hosting plans. If you are concerned about the server security, you don’t need to worry here. In HostForLIFE.eu, each website is run under dedicated application pools. Hence the memory is isolated and there is more privacy. If I don’t want full trust, HostForLIFE.eu support can keep the permission to medium level.

HostForLIFE.eu full trust hosting features

  • Unlimited Space / Unlimited Data Transfer
  • Unlimited domains
  • FREE domain registration for life
  • 24/7 world-class qualified and experienced support
  • 99.9% uptime and 30 day money back guarantee
  • Support ASP.NET 1.0/2.0/3.5/4.0 and the latest ASP.NET 4.5
  • Support the latest PHP version
  • More application like DotNetNuke, wordpress, joomla, magento, osCommerce, etc

Get your Full Trust ASP.NET Hosting for only €3.00/month.



Press Release - European HostForLIFE.eu Proudly Launches Umbraco 7 Hosting

clock January 15, 2014 11:33 by author Scott

HostForLIFE.eu, a leading Windows web hosting provider with innovative technology solutions and a dedicated professional services team, today announced the supports for Umbraco 7 Hosting plan due to high demand of Umbraco 7 CMS users in Europe. Umbraco 7 features the stable engine of Umbraco 6 powering hundreds of thousands of websites, but now enriched with a completely new, remarkably fast and simple user interface.

Umbraco is fast becoming the leading .NET based, license-free (open-source) content management system. It is an enterprise level CMS with a fantastic user-interface and an incredibly flexible framework which is both scalable and easy to use. Umbraco is used on more than 85,000 websites, including sites for large companies such as Microsoft and Toyota.

HostForLIFE.eu is a popular online Umbraco 7 hosting service provider catering to those people who face such issues. The company has managed to build a strong client base in a very short period of time. It is known for offering ultra-fast, fully-managed and secured services in the competitive market.

Umbraco has given a lot of thought to the user experience of their CMS. The interface uses a navigational flow and editing tools that anybody using Windows Explorer and Microsoft Word will immediately recognise. Your site structure sits in a tree view - just like Windows Explorer. Anybody with experience using Microsoft Word, can use Umbraco's simple rich text editing (RTE) interface.

"Umbraco 7 is easy to install within few clicks, special thanks to HostForLIFE.eu special designed user friendly web hosting control panel systems." - Ivan Carlos, one of the many HostForLIFE.eu satisfying clients.

Further information and the full range of features Umbraco 7 Hosting can be viewed here http://hostforlife.eu/European-Umbraco-7-Hosting.



Press Release - European HostForLIFE.eu Proudly Launches DotNetNuke 7.1 Hosting

clock January 7, 2014 07:20 by author Scott

HostForLIFE.eu proudly launches the support of DotNetNuke 7.1 on all our newest Windows Server 2012 environment. Our European DotNetNuke 7.1 Hosting plan starts from just as low as €3.00/month only and this plan has supported ASP.NET 4.5, ASP.NET MVC 4 and SQL Server 2012.

DotNetNuke (DNN) has evolved to become one of the most recognizable open source Content Management systems. Basically it is based on the Microsoft platform, i.e. ASP.NET, C#, SQL, jQuery etc. As a web development platform, DotNetNuke provides a solid base platform.

HostForLIFE.eu clients are specialized in providing supports for DotNetNuke CMS for many years. We are glad to provide support for European DotNetNuke CMS hosting users with advices and troubleshooting for our clients website when necessary.

DNN 7.1 provides intuitive drag-n-drop design feature, streamlined interface, built in social authentication providers, fully integrated SEO (Search Engine Optimization), membership system, granular access control, and many other features. In fact DNN 7 is all in one web development and content management system. No longer is the site design realm of just technically inclined, DNN 7 delivers advanced features and capabilities that are not matched by other CMS systems. In fact it is most well rounded CMS system available to date.

DotNetNuke 7.1 is a great platform to build your web presence with. HostForLIFE.eu can help customize any web software that company wishes to utilize. Further information and the full range of features DotNetNuke 7.1 Hosting can be viewed here http://hostforlife.eu/European-DotNetNuke-71-Hosting.



HostForLIFE.eu Proudly Launches Scalable Enterprise Email Hosting

clock December 17, 2013 09:28 by author Patrick

 

HostForLIFE.eu, a leading Windows web hosting provider with innovative technology solutions and a dedicated professional services team proudly announces Enterprise Email Hosting for all costumer. HostForLIFE.eu aim to help you grow your bottom line whether it is driving direct sales from emails, driving website traffic or delivering outstanding service.

Enterprise Email is a great tool for communicating to existing customers, or individuals who know your organization well enough and have interest in opting-in to receive your e-mail. Your promotions, sales and offers get their attention, meet a need, and encourage them to do more business with you.  What e-mail marketing typically doesn’t do very effectively is attract the attention of new customers.

Robert Junior and Sophia Levine from HostForLIFE.eu say:
"Once a business has secured a domain name, we setup an email hosting account for them and they can choose any email account they wish.  Most popular email accounts for small business are sales, info and accounts, although it can be virtually anything once you own your own domain name." Robert says.

"I would expect that once more small business owners had the flexibility to mange their own email hosting, they would save money on their monthly internet costs because there are always cheaper deals being promoted. Of course email hosting does not replace your internet service, but it enables you to switch to a cheaper plan and not loose contact with your customers."  Sophia says.

"Our clients have found that they are able to save money on their internet services because once they no longer rely to manage their email, they can shop around for a better deal, save some money and take their Email Hosting with them.  Having your own domain name and email hosting also improves your business image far more that an ISP account or hotmail email address." Robert says.

"What many small business owners often struggle with is continuing to pay high internet service costs to keep their allocated ISP email address if they use their ISP email for their business.  What people do not realise is that if they were to purchase their own .com or etc domain name they have a unique email address like '[email protected]'.  It means they can move to a cheaper ISP if they find a better deal and not risk losing contact with their business contacts." Sophia Says.

HostForLIFE.eu provides a full suite of self-service marketing solutions with the following features: Total Bulk Email up to 10.000 emails/month with total maibox is 5, users receive 2 GB mailbox quota, a platform fully support Blackberry, SPF/DKIM/TXT, WebMail Access, and POP/SMTP/IMAP.

Are you sending direct mails to your customers just once a month or every three days? Simply choose the plan that suits you the most. All price plans are based on actual use of the system - from 10,000 e-mails sent out in a month starting at €8.00!

Further information and the full range of features Enterprise Email Hosting can be viewed here http://www.hostforlife.eu.



About HostForLIFE.eu

HostForLIFE.eu is European Windows Hosting Provider which focuses on Windows Platform only. We deliver on-demand hosting solutions including Shared hosting, Reseller Hosting, Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Servers, and IT as a Service for companies of all sizes.

We have offered the latest Windows 2012 Hosting, ASP.NET 4.5 Hosting, ASP.NET MVC 4 Hosting, and SQL 2014 Hosting.

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