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Hosting Services

If you simply need a home for your existing site, or if you buy a site from us, we will host it at a competitive monthly rate. Our basic hosting package gives you ftp access to a directory on our server, from which your site can be run. We will transfer your site to our server and change your domain settings free of charge.

If you would rather avoid the headaches of adminsitering your own site, we can do it for you as part of our management package. In addition to site and e-mail hosting for your domain, this hosting package entitles you to eight (non-transferrable) hours of our time per month, during which we can perform any everyday scripting, image or editing work that you may require. Each site can be hosted on as many domains as you like with no change to your hosting bill, and we can register new domains for you. Larger projects, such as complete redesigns, are billed separately and do not affect your support time.

When we build a site to be hosted on our servers, the charge for its construction includes domain registration and one month's hosting on our management package. At the end of the month, you choose whether to continue with this package or to host at our base rate.

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