Shared Hosting Description
You have an idea that you wish to turn into a web page? Your very first step should be to preserve your inspiration and discover a place for your site on the web so that it will be always accessible to the whole world.
Where should you host your site?
Because the number of sites on the World Wide Web has risen exponentially during the last couple of years, the need for web hosting services has also lead to the birth of countless shared hosting corporations. These are firms that offer you data storage space for your own website on their web servers.
Types of hosting services
The ambit of hosting services fluctuates hugely, so do the necessities of the web page owners. The most basic web hosting type is the small-size file hosting solution, where files can be uploaded via File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or a web interface. Many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) deliver this service for free. Personal web page proprietors and firms can also obtain website hosting services from different web hosting providers. Personal web hosting services are typically either free, ad-supported, or reasonably priced. Business website hosting services usually cost more, but thanks to the huge competition on the hosting marketplace, an escalating number of hosting distributors, like us at Gambling Site Hosting, deliver business website hosting services at reduced prices and with flexible billing intervals.
Types of websites and their requirements
The free-of-charge website hosting platform is generally sufficient for personal web pages such as portfolios or online journals. A larger web site, like a community site or a corporate portal, needs a more advanced website hosting package that provides database support and web application development platforms (including PHP). If you want to set up an e-commerce site, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) must be supported by the web hosting solutions provider of your choice. At present, Secure Sockets Layer certificates are supplied by most web hosting corporations.
The hosting Control Panel
The web hosting supplier usually also offers a Control Panel GUI for managing your web site files, mailboxes, electronic mail aliases, domain names, DNS records, and so on.
When choosing a hosting plan, website accessibility is a very important criterion. The availability of a website is estimated on an annual basis by taking into consideration the time when the website is publicly accessible and reachable on the web. Network and service availability guarantees, therefore, should be mindfully examined when ordering a web hosting plan. The best thing to do is re-examine the SLAs and the ToS of the web hosting provider of your choosing in advance. Reading online reviews from current clients is also a pretty sensible move before you decide to register.
The shared hosting solution
The most widespread and inexpensive type of web hosting service is the shared web hosting solution. It includes 24/7 client support, which is a great plus for customers who would not like to deal with server maintenance tasks, but could also obstruct users who desire to have more authority over the server. For such customers, a virtual private servers or a dedicated servers would be more suitable. Most standard applications and scripts work fine on a shared web server. What's more, the shared web hosting solution is less expensive than other types of hosting solutions, like the dedicated servers hosting, since the host splits the shared server among a lot of clients. The shared web hosting solution typically involves resource usage limits that guarantee that the separate clients do not interfere with each other and that the shared server stays stable.
Handling your shared website hosting account
Shared hosting packages usually include a web-based web hosting Control Panel interface, such as cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, and so on. Most of the large web hosts, again like us at Gambling Site Hosting, use their very own custom-built hosting Control Panel interface.
With the shared hosting solution, the hosting accounts provider is responsible for managing the web and mail servers, for installing web server software, software updates and patches, and for providing technical support to its clients. The majority of web servers are based on the Linux OS. The hosting supplier's administrators are responsible for keeping the Operating System up to date, unless you have a dedicated hosting server and full server root access.
|Unlimited storage||Unlimited storage||Unlimited storage||300 GB storage|
|Unlimited bandwidth||Unlimited bandwidth||Unlimited bandwidth||3000 GB bandwidth|
|1 website hosted||5 websites hosted||Unlimited websites hosted||Unlimited websites hosted|
|€4.62 / month||€6.87 / month||€12.03 / month||€35.01 / month|