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What is SSD Hosting?

SSD stands for Solid Sate Device or Drive. Your site is hosted using the faster SSD service to help ensure site speed.

Instead of using spinning magnetic disks (or HDD - Hard Disk Drive) the SSD has no moving parts and offers far greater speeds.

It is just the same as having a SSD device in your home computer - much much faster!

What is SSL Encryption?

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer which is a 'techie' term for site security.

The 'padlock' image in your browser address bar means that any information that is sent to you or by you to the site is encrypted and cannot be intercepted or seen by any malicious software floating around on the web.

Once this was a 'luxury' service but, now, is really seen to be a basic requirement. Avoid any sites that do not have this security.

What is a CMS?

CMS stands for Content Management System.

The idea is that the site allows access through an administrator page so that you can log in using a username and password. You can then edit pages, galleries, products or other information on your site to keep it updated.

A good example would be adding blog articles with images to your site - hint!