Web Space

Your Web space (or data storage) consists of HTML files, graphics, audio clips, e-mail, and all other files that make up your Web site. The amount of disk Storage you need depends on what your Web site will be used for. If you will only be publishing text, 1MB of Storage is equal to approximately 100 pages of text. However, most Web sites include graphics and as your online business grows, you may also include interactive customer features such as forums which use significantly more Storage.
Another reason you may need more disk Storage is if you are offering software or audio/video files for your visitors to download. You would then need to store these products within your allotted disk storage and again, all these items will take more Storage.
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