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Shared Hosting Description

You have an idea that you desire to transform into a web page? Your first step should be to uphold your inspiration and discover a place for your site on the Internet so that it will be constantly available for the whole world to see.

Where should you host your web site?

Because the number of web pages on the World Wide Web has risen exponentially in the last couple of years, the need for website hosting services has also lead to the birth of innumerable shared hosting providers. These are companies that offer you hard drive storage space for your own website on their web hosting servers.

Kinds of hosting services

The scope of web hosting services varies hugely, so do the needs of the web page owners. The most basic type of web hosting is the small-size file hosting solution, where files can be uploaded using File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or a web-based interface. A lot of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer this service free of charge. Personal website proprietors and companies can also get web hosting services from different hosting providers. Personal website hosting services are typically either free, ad-subsidized, or reasonably priced. Business website hosting services normally cost more, but thanks to the big rivalry on the marketplace, an increasing number of web hosting providers, like us at 82Hosting, furnish business website hosting services at moderate prices and with flexible invoicing cycles.

Types of sites and their requirements

The free-of-charge website hosting platform is generally sufficient for personal sites like portfolios or online blogs. A more demanding site, such as a social networking site or a corporate web portal, calls for a more powerful website hosting platform that offers database support and application development platforms (e.g. PHP). If you want to build an Internet shop, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) must be supported by the web hosting solutions provider of your choosing. Today, SSL certificates are provided by most web hosting suppliers.

The hosting Control Panel

The hosting vendor normally also provides a Control Panel GUI for handling your web site files, e-mailbox accounts, mail aliases, domain names, DNS records, and so on.

Service uptime

When picking a hosting services provider, website accessibility is a very vital factor. The availability of a web site is assessed on an annual basis by taking into consideration the time when the website is publicly available and visible online. Network and service availability guarantees, therefore, should be attentively considered when ordering a hosting service. The best thing to do is re-examine the service-level agreements and the TOS of the web hosting services provider of your choosing in advance. Finding reviews from current clients is also a rather sensible step before you choose to sign up.

The shared hosting platform

The most popular and inexpensive type of web hosting service is the shared hosting solution. It offers 24x7x365 support, which is a great plus for clients who do not want to deal with server maintenance procedures, but could also obstruct clients who would like to exert more control over the hosting server. For such users, a virtual private servers or a dedicated hosting would be more suitable. Most popular applications and scripts work fine on a shared server. In addition, the shared web hosting solution is less expensive than other kinds of web hosting solutions, such as the dedicated hosting, because the web hosting services provider divides the shared hosting server among numerous customers. The shared hosting solution typically involves system resource usage limits that ensure that the separate customers do not interfere with each other and that the web server stays stable.

Administering your shared website hosting account

Shared website hosting plans usually include a web-based web hosting Control Panel user interface, like cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, and so on. The majority of the big web hosting providers, again like us at 82Hosting, avail of their very own personal custom-made web hosting Control Panel user interface.

Server maintenance

With the shared website hosting solution, the hosting services provider is responsible for administering the web and mail servers, for installing server software, software updates and patches, and for providing tech support to its customers. Most servers are based on the Linux Operating System. The hosting supplier's sysadmins are responsible for maintaining the OS up to date, unless you have a dedicated hosting web server and root access.