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    Website Builder Storage & Bandwidth Limits

    I See All Of The Pretty Prizes When I Compare Website Builder Plans.

    Oh Yes! BUT WHERE ARE THE SERIOUS NUMBERS AT ANYWAYS?

    What Are The Storage Limits With Each Plan? What About Bandwidth?

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    Nate
    Super User II

    The included hosting is for the website you build with the program, you would not be able to install 3rd party applications like WordPress or Magento and you would not be able to upload a website made by other means (html/css, Dreamweaver).

     

    I believe the storage and bandwidth are unmetered, meaning as long as you're using the plan for the intended purposes and within compliance of the terms and conditions it would be fine.  Though if it is to be a high traffic site a Business Plus or Online Store plan is recommended for the added speed benefit of a CDN, which spreads the delivery of content to regional servers selected by closest proximity to each visitor.

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    Nate
    Super User II

    The included hosting is for the website you build with the program, you would not be able to install 3rd party applications like WordPress or Magento and you would not be able to upload a website made by other means (html/css, Dreamweaver).

     

    I believe the storage and bandwidth are unmetered, meaning as long as you're using the plan for the intended purposes and within compliance of the terms and conditions it would be fine.  Though if it is to be a high traffic site a Business Plus or Online Store plan is recommended for the added speed benefit of a CDN, which spreads the delivery of content to regional servers selected by closest proximity to each visitor.

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