When a hosting provider allocates space on a web server for a website to store its files, they are hosting a website. Web hosting makes the files that comprise a website (code, images, etc.) available for viewing online. Every website you’ve ever visited is hosted on a server.
The amount of space allocated on a server to a website depends on the type of hosting. The main types of hosting are shared, dedicated, VPS and reseller. They are differentiated by the kind of technology used for the server, the level of management provided and the additional services on offer.
The number of included revisions in the contract which occurs until the customer is fully satisfied. Each additional revision not included in the contract will be paid by the number of hours it took to complete it. See prices per hour definition
The minimum time we require to finish your website as you requested. The more complex the website, the more time consuming it is. Quality requires time and tests to ensure optimal results.
We offer weekly reports with the project status as well as a live preview of what has been achieved so far. This ensures maximum transparency between us and our customers.
Security audits of your code/website to avoid your application/code being hacked. We develop code and websites using latest OWASP recommendations, but from time to time new security issues are globally discovered and security tests needs to be conducted to prevent hacking and unauthorized access.
If a problem occurs you will benefit from priority support. We offer 24/7 support for security issues and 16/24 support for any other issue.
Price per hour
Some projects are complex and require complex thinking and solutions and some are simple. Based on this we established three different prices for extra work we do.
A subdomain is an additional part to your main domain name. ... You can create multiple subdomains or child domains on your main domain. For example: store.yourwebsite.com. In this example, 'store' is the subdomain, 'yourwebsite' is the primary domain and '.com' is the top level domain (TLD).
A database is an organized collection of data, generally stored and accessed electronically from a computer system. Where databases are more complex they are often developed using formal design and modeling techniques.
Emails per hour
Each email service provider has its own email sending limits. The limits may be daily, hourly, and sometimes also per minute. If you’re sending cold email campaigns without being aware of your email provider’s limits, your email account may get blocked before you know it.
Our servers use enterprise level HDD's which are secure and reliable. To increase data redundancy there are two types of backups made daily to your data: one on a totally different HDD, and one of the whole server.
DDoS mitigation refers to the process of successfully protecting a targeted server or network from a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Website uptime is the time that a website or web service is available to users in a given period. Although 100% uptime is the goal, the industry considers 99.999% uptime as high availability. Every website experiences downtime planned or otherwise.
On demand security audit
A security audit is the high-level description of the many ways organizations can test and assess their overall security posture, including cybersecurity. We offer this type of service only on request.