What is Web Hosting?
A web hosting is a computer where people store their websites. Consider it a house where you store every one of your stuff, yet instead of putting away your clothes and furniture, you store computer files (HTML, documents, images, videos, etc.) on the web have. More often than not, the term “web hosting” refers to the organization that rents out their computer/servers to store your website and provide Internet connectivity with the goal that other users can access the files on your best website hosting
In most cases, these hosting companies will handle server maintenance work, for example, reinforcement, root setup, maintenance, disaster recoveries, etc.
What’s A Domain Name
An area is the address of your website. Before you can set up a website, you will need an area. To claim an area name, you need to register it with a space registrar. Space name isn’t something physical that you can contact or see. It is a series of characters that give your website an identity (yes, a name, like human and businesses) — examples of area name: Google.com, Alexa.com, Linux.org, eLearningEuropa.info, just as Yahoo.co.uk. All space names are unique. This means there can be only one alexa.com on the planet. You can’t register a name once it is registered by others (governed by ICANN).
Space Name versus Web Hosting
To disentangle: An area name is like the address of your home; web hosting, then again, is the space of your house where you place your furniture. Instead of street name and area code, a set of words or/and numbers are used for the website’s naming’. Computer hard plate and computer memory are used instead of wood and steel for putting away and processing information files. The idea is presented clearer with the graph above.
Why the disarray?
One reason why newbie is confused is that space registration and web hosting services are often offered by the same provider. Conventional space registrars that used to offer area registration service just these days offer website hosting services. Most web hosting companies today have the office to register an area name for their users. Truth be told, many hosting providers are giving free (or nearly free) area name away to win new customers.