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Cobweb Standard Web Hosting

If you’re looking for a web presence which is externally hosted, then Cobweb Solutions Web Hosting with SiteBuilder is the right solution for you.

You will be able to manage your own website and get it speaking your language, looking and acting the way you want it to in 5 easy steps. If that’s not enough, we can also help you with the design and hosting if you need it.

The Microsoft Web Platform from Cobweb is a proven solution for optimum web performance, business scalability and high availability all at a predictable cost.

Standard web hosting features:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7
  • 500MB Web Space included*
  • Monthly Bandwidth for data transfer 50GB**
  • Guaranteed Service Level 99.5%
  • 24/7 Telephone Support included
  • E-mail Support included
  • .NET Framework versions 1.1, 2.0 and 3.5, AJAX supported
  • Active Server Pages (ASP) supported
  • PHP supported
  • Perl/CGI Scripts supported
  • Create your own DSN/ODBC connections
  • FrontPage Extensions supported
  • Server Side Includes (SSI) supported
  • Isolated application pool included
  • Parallels SiteBuilder 4.5 included

Buy the Cobweb Standard Hosting from £5.99 per month

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*Overuse charge £0.10 per 5MB per month
**Overuse charge £2 per 10GB per month


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