A server is a computer attached to a network whose function is to provide (or serve up) data or other resources to client computers. A web server, for example, sends web pages to the Internet when asked for them by a browser. Other kinds of servers you might encounter are email servers (which manage email distribution), application servers (computers that run applications used by other computers), and workgroup servers (which allow multiple users to share data).
Spam is any message or posting, regardless of its content, that is sent to multiple recipients who have not specifically requested the message. Spam can also be multiple postings of the same message to newsgroups or list servers that aren't related to the topic of the message. Learn more.
starter web page
When you sign up for a Yahoo! Small Business plan, we automatically create a placeholder web page for you at your web address (such as http://www.yourdomain.com). Your visitors will see this default Under Construction page when they go to your web address until you replace it. The starter web page feature allows you to customize your placeholder page by displaying your name, contact information, and some details about your business in a professional-looking, predesigned template. Your starter web page establishes a presence at your domain until you are ready to build a more comprehensive, business-class web site. Learn more.
Starter Web Page Wizard
The Starter Web Page Wizard allows you to build a single placeholder web page using limited text and one of our eight predesigned templates. You may display some basic company or personal information but not add graphics, HTML code, or other design features. With the Starter Web Page Wizard, you can create your starter web page quickly to establish a web presence until you're ready to build a full-featured, customized web site. Learn more.
A subdomain, also known as a "third-level" domain, is a great way to create memorable web addresses for various areas of your web site. For instance, Yahoo! uses subdomains such as mail.yahoo.com and music.yahoo.com to distinguish its services. Yahoo! makes it easy to create subdomains. Learn more.