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Shared Hosting Solutions Description

Running a website nowadays is a must in terms of propagating opinions, advertising a brand new business or simply staying up to date with the newest tendencies. As mails have replaced paper letters long ago and people check more or less everything on the web, it is a good idea to build an online portal where users can become informed about you or your business - this is a means to come closer to them, to explain to them what you think or what you offer. Let us take a gaze at what you demand so as to set up a site and the various shared hosting services that enable you to do that.

A Domain - The Web Address You Must Begin With

First and foremost, you need a domain - this is the web address that visitors would type in their browser to visit your website. It should be something that is simple to memorize, but also something that is related to the content of your website. People would invariably want something concise and easy and this is the first move towards seducing certain regular web site visitors.

Selecting The Apt Domain Name Extension For Your Domain Name(s)

The domain includes two constituents - the actual name and the extension, or technically speaking - an SLD (Second-Level Domain) and a TLD (Top-Level Domain). If we take "example.com", "example" is the Second-Level Domain, and ".com" is the Top-Level Domain. The TLDs are differentiated into generic TLDs - .com, .net, .info, .biz; and country-code TLDs - .us, .de, .es, etc. While the .com/.net/.org TLDs are the most popular Top-Level Domains, some people might be seeking a local business, so remember that when you are selecting a domain name for your web page. If you are in Spain, for instance, an .es domain name and a website in Spanish would probably be a more commendable choice than a .com web site in English. By all means, you can have both, reaching a larger audience, so in this situation it would be fine if you could encounter a shared hosting company that provides the possibility of accommodating multiple domain names in one account. This will save you time and energy as you will be able to manage all domains and websites from one and the very same hosting Control Panel instead of singing in and out perpetually so as to handle a specific domain name.

The Shared Hosting Solution - The Hidden Power Behind Every Website

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This leads us to the second solution that you require for your online portal aside from the domain name - the shared hosting service itself. To put it in simple terms, this is the storage space on a company's web hosting server where your website files will be stored. When you write my-domain.com in a browser, you will actually observe the files located in your web hosting account with a hosting provider. In reality, the shared hosting service is much more than this. It is a compilation of all the services that make your site become visible on the World Wide Web.

The Bandwidth and Monthly Web Hosting Traffic Aspects

Your website content is stashed on a web hosting server and to be able to explore this website content, the hosting company apportions a certain quota of monthly web traffic to your hosting account, which comes into play each time a visitor comes to your web site. That quota may fluctuate from a few hundred MB to unlimited, on the basis of the web hosting firm. When you pay a visit to a web site, the web site files are copied from the server to your PC and are then exhibited in your browser. A web site with numerous pictures or an immense amount of downloadable content would create much more traffic, so this is a crucial aspect when the time comes for you to select an apt shared shared hosting package.

CloudNovo - The Apt Shared Hosting Provider

Another functionality that is included in your plan is the possibility to set up e-mail accounts using your very own domain name. For a family-oriented web site, this may be something noncompulsory, but for a respectable company it is more or less compulsory to have electronic mail accounts that are using the corporation's domain name. This makes the company appear more professional in the eyes of both existing users and potential customers. Depending on the hosting plan, the number of the mail accounts or the e-mail box size may be limited, but to remain up to date with what corporations require, we at CloudNovo provide an unlimited quantity of email boxes and an unmetered email box size allowance, thus satisfying the requirements of any small or large firm. There is both webmail and e-mail client support on offer, so you can check your e-mail messages from a personal computer, a personal digital assistant or even a hand phone.

Database Support (MySQL, Posgres, and so on)

For script-driven sites, almost all web hosting providers provide database support. A database is a collection of tables used for handling and retrieving content displayed on a website. One of the best examples would be an Internet forum - all user names, passwords, and forum posts are stashed in a database and are called and displayed on the web site by the message board script when a specific forum page is being opened. This renders the website more effective since just the content that is requested is retrieved and shown. Databases are used with the majority of open-source PHP-based scripts, incl. e-commerce sites, and are an important fraction of the typical hosting service today. There are different types of databases - MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, etc. Which one you demand is determined by 2 circumstances - which one(s) the specific web hosting corporation supports, and which database management system is needed by the script that you wish to use. It is important to check these details before you select a web hosting supplier.

FTP Support (Uploads, Downloads)

Another functionality that usually comes with a shared hosting package is FTP access. FTP denotes File Transfer Protocol, and it is the most famous way of copying files to or from a distant web server. You can upload your site using an FTP software client, but the majority of web design software tools also offer a built-in FTP functionality, so you can upload all your web files with a single click straight from the software program you have used to create them. For any future revisions, you merely have to edit the website and then upload the edited files, which renders administering your site extremely easy and time-efficient.

Additional Domain and Web App Solutions

Supplementary functionalities may comprise domain management, a web-based website builder and a script installer. Although they are not necessarily available with all web hosting companies, they are becoming a component of the standard shared hosting package owing to the large demand for an all-encompassing shared hosting solution where all the aforesaid functionalities are present and can be managed via a single Control Panel.