Webspace is a simple XML based web content management system for PHP. It aims to be as simple as can be, yet allowing the user to create complex webpages. It uses the already existing fasttemplate to allow the creation of simple, clean and hopefully in
Webspace is a place to store your data on a Web Server. Most ISPs give their customers Webspace. E.g. you get 10Mb of personal webspace, and 50Mb group webspace, with My Connected Community. You can store any files: Web pages, images, text or Word documents or even audio or video files. More on mc² Personal Webspace and Group Webspace. See also: Creating a Homepage and Using FTP to access your Webspace at mc
Sympatico Webspace is space for Sympatico members to make their own webpages.
The amount of storage space that your Internet Service Provider gives you to use for your own personal web page. Normally between 2 Megabyte s & 10 Megabytes
Space provided on a Web server that makes it possible for your website to show up on the World Wide Web. Inter.net provides 5 MB of webspace for basic dial-up customers.
The storage on an internet server where websites are kept. Webspace can be hired from a commercial provider, or is sometimes provided free with an internet dialup account, though usually with constraints on what you can use it for.
Many broadband packages also offer personal webspace. The can be used for personal websites. The amount of webspace varies by broadband package and broadband provider, generally 10Mb to 100Mb is offered.
When you purchase a hosting plan from us, you are assigned a certain amount of webspace. This is merely the amount of space allocated to you on our servers. So, your site and/or databases etc. must occupy not more than this much space.
WebSpace is a resource for faculty, staff and students to publish their personal web pages on the myhome.spu.edu server. Your WebSpace is an area where you may put files and folders that will be viewable via the Internet, including your HTML and ASP web pages and pictures! Please see our Webspace section of our Help pages for more information.
This term refers to the space created by the World Wide Web.
Facility provided to orange.net customers, allowing them to produce their own website. Customers may use up to 15 MB of storage space.
Data storage space accessed via the Internet, usually used to host web sites and data files.
This is your own space on the WWW, which can be used to advertise your particular products and services. Together the webpages are referred to as a website or just a 'site'. You can create your own website or commission an independent company to create one for you.
Generic term used to describe the hard drive space on a server that contains webpages and web sites (as opposed to the hard drive space that may exist on your own computer). The term "webspace" is sometimes used instead of "AFS space" - but usually mean the same thing.