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Shared hosting is a form of web hosting in which many web hosting customers share a single (virtual or physical) server.
The customers in a shared hosting environment are partitioned away form each other, so (when everything goes well), they have absolutely no access to each other’s files, and are ideally not even aware of each other.
Shared hosting allows for a high customer-to-hardware density, which makes it a very inexpensive way to run a website — shared hosting is the cheapest form of hosting, and relatively high-quality shared hosting plans can be had for less than $10/month (sometimes less than $5/month, with a good coupon).
The problem with shared hosting is that a limited pool of computer resources is being shared by a large number of customers. This can cause slow-downs and site outages if one or more sites on a shared hosting server gets a lot a of traffic.
To prevent this, shared hosting providers usually institute some kind of throttling — even on so-called “unlimited plans.” This usually kicks in if your traffic spikes, which makes shared hosting plans a terrible idea if you are trying to build a highly-scalable, well-trafficked website.
Because of its popularity, most shared hosting providers are well-equipped to handle a WordPress blog. Many even offer a simple one-click installation script, allowing you to get set up with a new WordPress site very quickly.
You can use our hosting features comparison tool to find hosting providers that support WordPress.
Usually, yes. The question is whether you want to.
If you are launching a more-or-less basic site which will have limited traffic — such as a personal blog, a homepage for a small offline business, or a website for local non-profit organization — then shared hosting is a great way to go. It will provide all the hosting power you need for up to several hundred visitors a day, for a reasonably low cost.
If you need a website that will work with larger traffic numbers — several thousand a day, especially highly engaged visitors on an interactive site (like a store or web app) — then shared hosting is going to be a terrible experience for you. You would be better off, in that case, with a VPS hosting plan.
Other than the default Apache, Nginx, Varnish and Light Speed Enterprise Web Server, your web hosting panel adds more advanced configuration options for improved performances, as well as domain management options.
Your CWP comes with a powerful file manager to manage. FTP users and user limitations can be managed. The Advanced files manager comes with a code editor which makes it easy for management of hosted websites.
Configure client packages and service plans with ease, flexibility in how you configure client limitations. CWP supports multiple billing systems, including but not limited to; WHMCS, Blesta, Hostbill and Wisecp.
CWP has a migration wizard that makes it easy to transfer website from Cpanel to CWP or transferring website to another CWP server. This a nice function for administrators.
You can manage multiple domains within CWP for your websites. We also have facilitation that allows each domain to be on its folder. This allows for neat organization of domains
Management of Hosted domains is made easy with an advanced DNS management system. Users and Admins can add A records, MX records, TXT records, etc from within the user panel and the admin panel.
Database is key in web hosting as well as any data storage functionalities. This is why your hosting panel comes with multiple database options. We support popular databases including MariaDB, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL. Users can easily create, manage and delete the database from within the user interface.
MariaDB is a drop in replacement for MySQL, it is a completely open source database and widely used because of its similarities with MySQL.
PostgreSQL is a widely used SQL database, that is built on the basis of performance. CWP comes with support with the database and you can offer it to your users.
MongoDB is the most widely used NoSQL database today. CWP comes with support for the same.
PHPmyAdmin is the number one web based MySQL database manager. CWP includes this for users to be able to easily manage their database.
phpPgAdmin is the number one web based PostgreSQL database manager. CWP includes this for users to be able to easily manage their database.