Web hosting is an Internet service that provides online computer systems
for storing web-accessible information content. Many hosting plans
offer email and visitor tracking features. Free web hosting plans,
a popular choice for personal home pages, generally require advertising
to be displayed on your web pages. Shared web hosting plans, popular
with small businesses, involve sharing a web server computer with a number
of other sites. A dedicated web hosting plan commits an entire
server computer to your website (or websites) and thus offers more
reliability and security than a shared hosting plan. Of all the
Internet web hosting choices, dedicated hosting is most costly, but it
is a popular option for larger websites and e-commerce sites.
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So how do web hosting servers deliver web pages to a web site user?
Well, client software (such as a browser) on the user's computer begins
the process by requesting data from the host across the Internet, usually
via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). The client's request
includes all the necessary information, including the file formats which
are accepted by the browser. Regardless of what kind of file the
client asks for, the web hosting server retrieves the file, attaches a
header, and sends it on to the client. The client software typically
displays the formatted web page on the user's computer display.
Many hosting server options are available, from the speed, memory size,
and hard disk capacity of your server computer to the operating system,
control panel, server-side scripting languages, database software, and
e-commerce software that is installed on your server computer.
Most website servers include a 2 GHz to 3 Ghz CPU, 512 MB to 2 GB RAM,
and a 60 GB to 120 GB disk drive. They run under some version of
the Red Hat Linux, Microsoft Windows, or FreeBSD operating system and are
managed by a browser-based control panel such as Plesk or cPanel.
They offer server-side includes and either php or ASP scripting languages
as well as mySQL or MS-SQL database software. They may also feature
shopping cart software such as Miva Merchant or osCommerce. Most
hosting companies also provide support for FrontPage code.
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you can find more information about the myriad of Internet hosting choices
and options that are available to you.
Dedicated servers can offer you sole access, allowing you
to have complete control over their content, security, and usage. Their
control panels generally provide server management features including
the ability to manage multiple domains. www.DedicatedServerHosting.us