Welcome to our collection of tools for small to midsize business webmasters:
- How To Find Your IP Address (And Those of Others) In a Flash
- Who Is Hosting This?
- HTML Cheat Sheet – List of HTML Elements by Category
Webmaster Tool Descriptions
Use this tool to identify your Internet Protocol (IP) address. Learn why and how you, as a small business owner or webmaster, should use IP address numbers to screen out internal traffic from your website. (Internal traffic includes that from staff, freelancers, and vendors.)
Learn how to use our tool to begin this step-by-step process and find out how IP addresses are used in marketing automation that can produce remarkable results for your business. We hope that reading that information will be a first step for you to expand the possibilities for your small business.
Use this tool to find out if a domain name you’re considering is available. Learn what “WHOIS” stands for and what you, as a small business owner, need to know about it. Browse our list of top factors that make for a good domain name choice. Find out why some domains are more valuable than others and why you might not want to dump your old domain name.
It’s easy to forget HTML tags, especially if you aren’t using them regularly. Keep our interactive cheat sheet handy to speed up web tasks like email template design and page formatting.
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