Use Image as Submit Button

This article describes how to use an image in place of the standard Submit button in a form.

When you want to submit a form with a text link instead of the normal form submit button:
Create an image with the text you want to use.
Use the <input type=”image” tag instead of the <input type=”submit” tag. The image you use will be the image you just created.

The <input type=”image” tag looks something like this:
<input type=“image” name=“myclicker” src=“image.jpg” width=“55” height=“22”> 

Notice that the scr=, width=, and height= attributes are the same as they would be in an <img… tag. The <input type=”image” tag can also contain positioning attributes like the <img… tag can.

Difference between Addon Domain, Sub Domain and Parked Domain

Addon Domain

An add-on domain is just like having a separate web site. The add-on domain will be hosted or pointed to a folder in your public_html folder of your main-domain. The Add-on domain should be already registered and the nameservers for the add-on domain should be pointing the same nameserves as your

[ consider your addon domain name as ]
There are 3 ways of accessing an addon domain:

Accessing the will display that very domain name in the address bar of their browser, so its similar to a separate web site. An add-on domain use the space and bandwidth available to the main domain. An add-on domain will have its own CGI and FTP access, its own email accounts and web stats.

Sub Domain

A sub domain utilises the existing main domain name. It does not have its own domain name. A sub domain points to a folder in your public_html directory of your main-domain. Consider you main domain ”” and you have a folder “shop”  under your public_html directory. You can create a sub domain “ “. You can directly reach the shop page by accessing “”. You might have seen “”, ””. These are sub domains for and

Parked Domain

A parked domain is one which simply points to an existing domain. It is an other domain which is parked on to the main domain. Consider a domain ””  which is parked on the “”. If we access it will be directed to the and you will get the same page as you see while accessing The parked domain should also point to the same nameservers as the The park domain name should be registered.

Linux Web hosting

What is Linux Web Hosting?

Linux hosting is the hosting service provided on a Linux platform. Linux hosting servers uses the operating systems like Linux or Unix. There are many flavours of Linux operating system that are used in Linux web servers.

The features of Linux web hosting

1. Linux hosting is more secure.
2. Provides above 200 MB disk space.
3. Linux Hosting provides Perl, PHP, MySQL and Apache.
4. Ideal for users who are looking for affordable hosting.
5. FTP access.
6. Frontpage extentions.
7. Multiple email accounts.
8. User friendly Control Panel ( CPanel ).
9 Shell access ( ssh access ).

Choosing Linux hosting also depends according to your needs. If you are using Perl, PHP or MySQl , it will be ideal for you to select Linux Web hosting.

Linux servers are more Stable, high performace, scalable, compatable and cheap than windows web hosting. It will be ideal for small business and private websites to select Linux web hosting.

How to create email account in CPanel Hosting?

Many friends ask me how to create email account (ex: in CPanel Hosting. To create email account in CPanel hosting is just as easy as 123, here is the tutorial for create email account in CPanel Hosting.

Just follow the steps below and you will be able to create your email account in CPanel Hosting:-

  1. Login into your CPanel with the username and password
  2. Click on Mailcpanel email, email account cpanel, cpanel hosting email
  3. Click Manage / Add / Remove Email Account
  4. Click on Add Account
  5. Enter your prefer email address, password and the Email Quota for this email account and click on Create.
  6. Done! You just create your email account in CPanel hosting

If you are using CPanel 11, you need to follow this steps:-

  • Login into your CPanel with the username and password
  • Click on EMail Accounts
  • Fill in the email you want, password, and mailbox quota and click “Create Account”
  • Done! You just create your email account in CPanel hosting