Articles from 2019

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How to choose the perfect domain

Posted in October 2019 on the Krystal blog

One of the most difficult tasks when starting a website is choosing a domain name. Your domain needs to define your website and your brand, without being overly complicated. We know it can be a tough process, so we want to help! Let us share with you our tips and tricks for choosing the best domain for your website.

Beginners guide to buying web hosting

Posted in October 2019 on the Krystal blog

When you purchase your first web hosting package, you may find yourself drowning in technical ‘jargon’. Unless you speak jargon, it can be difficult to know which package is right for you or your business. Hosting your first website is a learning curve, but once you learn it, you won’t forget it. Let us offer you a crash course in web hosting and be your translator to the terminology used - we want to help you host your own website, successfully.

Important notice regarding EU domains

Posted in September 2019 on the Krystal blog

In light of the UK’s impending exit from the EU, we are no longer able to support, register or renew .eu domains. Please understand that this decision is being caused by the UK leaving the EU and not something we as a registrar can change.

Custom Amazon S3 request headers

Posted in August 2019 on the DeployHQ blog

We've just added a handy new feature for those of you that deploy your code to Amazon S3 buckets with DeployHQ - the ability to add custom request headers to...

DeployHQ API updates

Posted in August 2019 on the DeployHQ blog

We've recently been working on the DeployHQ API, to ensure that the most important aspects of the interface are available to be interacted with there too. A large number of...

Monitoring running deployments

Posted in July 2019 on the DeployHQ blog

We're happy to announce the addition of another user-requested feature on the DeployHQ platform today - the ability to monitor running deployments directly on your main dashboard.

cPanel Pricing Changes ‑ Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

Posted in July 2019 on the Krystal blog

At the end of June cPanel announced a major revision to their pricing structure. Currently, a cPanel server license covers any number of accounts per server, but with just 2 months notice, from September 1st, they’ll only include 100 accounts by default.