Capture, Annotate and Share Screenshots

Capture, Annotate and Share Screenshots

Newest app worth looking into: Annotate I’ve been using this app for a couple of months, per Tim‘s discovery, and it rocks. As both the title of this post and the tagline of the app suggest, Annotate really does change the name of the game in the world of screenshotting. ^Annotate allows you box out the Continue reading Capture, Annotate and Share Screenshots

Understanding Email: MX Records

Understanding Email: MX Records

Where to start: Understanding Email Retrieval: POP vs. IMAP All right, time for round two. MX Records. While POP and IMAP handle the retrieval of email, MX Records answer the question: which server is responsible for handling and accepting email for exampledomain.com? Reclaim users: when you create a new email in your cPanel, these MX Records are created Continue reading Understanding Email: MX Records

Understanding Email Retrieval: POP vs. IMAP

Understanding Email Retrieval: POP vs. IMAP

This week at Reclaim, the guys and I have spent a lot of time brushing up on all things email related. I say “brushing up,” but take that with a grain of salt as MX Records weren’t heavily discussed in my liberal arts, English major classrooms. I’ve learned a whole lot in the last year of Continue reading Understanding Email Retrieval: POP vs. IMAP

Updating WHOIS Contact Information

Updating WHOIS Contact Information

What is WHOIS? Pronounced as the phrase who is, this system’s sole purpose is to ask the following question: who is responsible for an IP address or domain name? Upon signing up for a domain, you must provide some general information about yourself like name, address, phone number and email. This is referred to as Continue reading Updating WHOIS Contact Information

Generating a Backup of Your Reclaim Site

Generating a Backup of Your Reclaim Site

Just recently added this guide to our support docs, so I thought I would share it here as well. Reclaim Hosting holds onto nightly backups of your website for up to thirty days. This provides insurance for users who are looking to experiment with their site without fear of losing their content. While reaching out to Continue reading Generating a Backup of Your Reclaim Site

Static HTML Contact Forms

Static HTML Contact Forms

Continuing with yesterday’s post about building your website around an HTML5 Up template, I wanted to tackle other features on the site. Yesterday I showed how to go about uploading a template to your file manager, and I explained how to make a few basic changes including editing your browser tab title & fixing how your header title links back Continue reading Static HTML Contact Forms