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How to Host a Site Locally
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Option 1: How to Host a Website with a Provider
This is usually done in one of two ways. You can pay for hosting with a service provider or you can host it yourself at your own server — we will look into both methods in this article. Using a service provider is the simplest way of hosting a website. You can pay a small monthly fee and rely on the service provider to take care of all your equipment, infrastructure, and other associated needs. Dynamic sites are mainly application-driven and make use of scripts, databases, and other tools to generate some portions of the site on the fly. Others such as Magento and PrestaShop are used for eCommerce websites. Much like there are many different categories of cars, website hosting also comes in various flavors. For example, shared hosting is the cheapest and easiest to manage — they are akin to the compact cars of the world. As the type of web hosting scales up, so too does the cost involved and often the complexity of managing the hosting account.