This is how much online storage you are allowed to use for your website, e-mail, scripts, etc.
This is the amount of traffic that can visit your site in a month. Traffic is generated by a computer requesting an object from your site, such as a picture.
A domain name is the way that most people will find you site. "paulnet.net" is our domain name.
Price for additional: $14.95 yearly
A way of making a separate site but without getting another domain name. An example would be "helpdesk.paulnet.net"
These are e-mail accounts "@yourdomain.com." POP3 accounts download mail to your computer and delete the messages off the server, but IMAP accounts leave an updated set of messages on your computer as well as on the server.
An autoresponder allows you to automatically generate a response to the sender when they send mail to a specific e-mail account.
E-mail forwards allow you to create a "virtual" e-mail account. An example: firstname.lastname@example.org forwards all mail to the account email@example.com.
This is a place on the server where you are allowed to store your CGI scripts. PaulNet Communications recommends that you use PHP instead of CGI scripts to save on processor load.
PHP is another scripting language. Common web applications powered by PHP include forums and formmail. We recommend PHP because it is less resource intensive.
You can use your control panel to restrict access to certain parts of your website with a password. We also support mod_rewrite.
Allows you to edit your DNS entries for your domain.
MySQL is a type of database commonly used on the Internet. You will most likely see PHP and MySQL used together to create powerful web applications.
Price for additional: $1.95 one-time
cPanel is an intuitive user interface that will allow you to easily manage your website. This where you will create email boxes and configure domain names.