Bootstrap is an open source front-end framework to develop responsive websites. You cannot create a mobile-friendly and responsive website without the grid system. Sites designed responsively are generally fluidBootstrap designs. The fluid grid system uses percentages instead of pixels for column widths. This framework is developed by Twitter and available free at GitHub. You just need basic knowledge of web technologies (HTML, CSS and Javascript) to build dynamically adjustable web pages with the help of bootstrap. It based on grid system and provides a variety of pre-defined components which are not only useful for novice web developers but also a boon for expert coders. Bootstrap allows experts to customize it and create a something new with the help of Less and Sass.

There was a time when no virtual information exists but now everyone having access to the multiple resources on the web. With the advancement of technology, we are in digital age and can access vast range of information through advanced technologies. We are connected with the world in such a way that was impossible before. We can make calls on the subway, and read our favorite newspaper in the air. Today, we assume that most devices are connected to the Internet all the time.

Someone has to assess his needs and decide before selecting a hosting company. We have already discussed that website is a collection of files and these files need to be stored on a system that is accessible to other people, this system or computer is called server. When you visit the website of a hosting company to rent web server, you see packages describing as storage space, bandwidth, email addresses, sub-domains, price etc. These packages differ on the basis of features provided by the company.

Here are some main but important features should be consider before finalizing your host.

When you download and save files on your PC/laptop, these files occupy some space of the system. Same, when you upload or keep your website files on the system of a hosting company it requires some space. Keep in mind, present and future required space while selecting a hosting package. Storage space is provided per package basis. If you are planning to host lots of images, audio and video files for your website then you should go for more space.

Some most commonly used terms in the world of web are web hosting, web server, domain name, bandwidth etc. In this article, we will discuss all these terms in detail. In our previous article "Website-Basics", we have discussed about website, and web pages.

People commonly ask a question how public will access my website and where I have to put the files of my website. We know that a website is a collection of files or pages and these pages may contain images, text, multimedia, scripts and anything else related to website, so these files should be store on a system that are accessible to the world. This system is called web server and storing web pages on web server is called web hosting.

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