How to Protect Your Web Site From offensive Web Sites
Web sites are collections of web pages and associated content which are hosted on a number of web servers and identified by a single, common domain name. Many well-known sites such as Wikipedia, Amazon, Yahoo, and Google are examples of web sites. These sites provide information on a wide variety of topics, but like all other types of content on the Internet it is also possible to find websites which provide completely inappropriate material. In addition, some web sites have been found to be associated with spam, virus, or malware.
To avoid these problems and protect yourself from the possibility of web sites containing offensive or inappropriate material you should follow the recommendations detailed in this article. You should only use free applications which are hosted on reputable, regularly updated servers. The applications will usually prompt you when there is content to add or change. This allows you to make changes to web pages before they are placed on the Internet. When making changes to web sites you should always update the link pointing to the web site to ensure that other users can also access the page.
Another important step you can take to avoid offensive web sites is to register and maintain your own domain name. Registering your own name allows you to control who has access to your web site and allows you to ensure that content on your site is consistent. If you host your web site on a shared server, make sure that the server administrator enforces a “Terms Of Service” policy. This policy provides details outlining how members can access and modify the content on the server and which activities their rights to access and modify are limited to.