the different hosting types explained
"Shared hosting" refers to the most basic of the hosting accounts that we provide. Your hosting account is situated on a server with other customers and is subject to some limitations in regards to server resource usage. You are given a single cPanel login and using this can fully manage every aspect of your hosting account. If you have our 'Standard' or above package, you may host multiple websites in your account by use of 'addon domains'. Each addon domain is served from a sub-folder of the main account, and these extra domains do not have their own cPanel login.
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"Reseller Hosting" offers of all of the features of shared hosting, but also allows you to create completely seperate and unique hosting accounts with their own cPanel login details. This is perfect for those who wish to serve as their own hosting company, or simply to provide/sell hosting services to others but allowing them their own control panel login so they can manage their account themselves.
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"Semi-Dedicated Hosting" is essentially a shared hosting account on a server where there are significantly less customers than usual. This is ideal for very busy websites that have perhaps outgrown shared hosting and require more resources than our shared or reseller plans provide. Semi-dedicated packages have fewer restrictions than our shared and reseller packages, due to the availiability of more resources.
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"Dedicated hosting" means that you have your own dedicated server for serving websites. The server is not shared with any other clients, and you are free to utilise 100% of the resources available to you. This option is perfect for extremely busy websites, or for websites that require a far greater uptime/availability than shared hosting permits.
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