How can I check how "big" my website is and thus which package I need?

Last updated on 07 Sep 2023, 15:06:00.
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The "size" of a Web site is mostly determined by the "assets" or visual elements included in the site. These can range from photos, logos, PDF files to video files or audio.

These are mainly going to determine how much "storage" you need. Although it may seem tempting to opt for hosting with 200 GB of storage, in practice, for most

average websites you will barely get to 4 GB. It is only for very large projects with lots of images that typical web space will become an issue.

This does not have to be a brake on your project either. Our hosting subscriptions are perfectly upgradeable, also in terms of web space!

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