Whenever some content is uploaded to a shared web hosting account or downloaded using it, website traffic is produced and that is a feature that every single hosting plan comes with. It's furthermore one of the characteristics you have to take a look at, as what amount of website traffic quota you'll need depends upon what exactly you need the account for. The website traffic is mostly produced by downloads including web site visits. Basically, when somebody opens your web site, the web pages are downloaded from the server on their computer and they're then displayed by their web browser. It's of course recommendable to know that uploads matter too, which means that any time you transfer larger files from your computer system to the server, some website traffic is generated as well. Different providers can have different names for this feature, such as traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, however all of them refer to the very same thing - the exact amount of incoming and outgoing info generated for a given period of time.
Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
Our Linux shared web hosting are ideal for any type of small-scale to medium-sized website or even a larger number of websites. Considering that you can host different domains in a single account, we've designed our packages in a way so as to provide you with all of the attributes you'll need. Whether you have a personal portfolio website or an eCommerce web site, the monthly website traffic allowance that your web site may use will not be a problem. In this way, you will have the possibility to extend your web presence and acquire lots of new site visitors without worrying about getting to some limit. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel will provide you with detailed information for the traffic usage to and from your account, which will allow you to handle all your sites and the account better. You are able to check monthly, daily and hourly results, the traffic produced by each individual domain and by the account as a whole, the most downloaded files, etcetera.