A fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is a domain name that specifies the unique and complete address of a website. It consists of several name parts called labels, each separated by a dot. The FQDN has a hierarchical structure set by the domain name system (DNS). The mandatory parts of an FQDN are the host name, domain name, and top level domain of the internet presence.Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) explained
Error messages when surfing the net are a nuisance for everyone involved, but especially for those who have to find out what the problem is. The search for a solution can be particularly tedious if the status code message barely provides any information on the source of the error. The HTTP error 500 (“Internal Server Error”) is a collective status code. We give you tips on where errors could have...How to fix HTTP 500 internal server error?
Should a website be rendered by the server or only in the browser? This fundamental question about integrating scripts on the web depends on the project. Static site generation even offers a third approach to rendering. We have summarized the features, advantages, and disadvantages of server side rendering, client side rendering, and static site projects.Server side rendering, client side rendering, and static site generation at a glance
When it comes to cookies, the small text files for internet browsers, a distinction must be made between first-party cookies and third-party cookies. First-party cookies improve a website’s user-friendliness by storing user preferences as well as information that has already been entered so that it can be used later on. These cookies can only be analyzed by the respective website operator, meaning...What are first-party cookies?
HTTP is indispensable as a mediator between the browser and web server: Both communicate with each other using the transmission protocol on the application layer by sending various types of messages. With an HTTP request, for example, the browser can request a resource or return its own data to the server. If one of these HTTP methods doesn’t work, error 405 (Method Not Allowed) occurs. But what...HTTP Error “405 Method Not Allowed”: How to solve the problem
The plan is for HTTP/3 to soon replace its predecessor HTTP/2 as the new HTTP standard. HTTP/3 combines the properties of HTTP/2 and QUIC, and should make data transfer between clients and servers significantly faster. We will explain why the IETF is already introducing a new version four years after the HTTP/2 standard and what HTTP/3 can do.HTTP/3: the next Hypertext Transfer Protocol explained simply
Every web address begins with the letters HTTP. But what does HTTP mean? And why is it important? We’ll show you what you need to know about the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, one of the oldest and most important internet protocols that is required for your web browser to communicate with the web server. So, how exactly does it work?What is HTTP?
The topic of data security is becoming increasingly important for both private users as well as in the business world. As a website owner, you should take all the necessary precautions to ensure that a visit to your site is as secure as possible. Converting your site from HTTP to HTTPS or SSL is an important first step to securing your website and gaining your customers’ trust.Internet security: secure websites with SSL and HTTPS
Permanent availability is one of the most important things when it comes to a website. However, even the best technical conditions do not offer a 100% guarantee that a website will constantly run smoothly. Connection errors like HTTP error 408 regularly present websites with minor and major difficulties, especially since the causes are often found on the client side. Our guide looks at the causes...HTTP 408: how to fix the timeout error