When you use a database-driven script app for your website, all of the content that you or the website users add, is stored in cells and tables in a database, not as simple text in the app files. In contrast, HTML sites are static and all of the content on such a website is part of the actual HTML files. A web store application, for instance, takes all the items, prices, user reviews, etc, from its database and this is the same for any other script which allows you to make a dynamic website. The more the info you add, the larger the database will get, so when you use a script-driven website, you should make sure that your hosting package features enough database storage space. The latter applies regardless of what kind of databases you use - for example MySQL or PostgreSQL.
PostgreSQL Database Storage in Web Hosting
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in order to provide you with an option to get the attributes that you actually need and not pay extra for attributes that you'll never use. For that reason, the PostgreSQL storage space is an additional enhancement which you can add through your Hepsia Control Panel to some of the plans; with others you will have a pre-defined quota, while with the top-notch packages you get unrestricted database storage space. Since you can easily switch between the packages or upgrade certain characteristics, you may start with a lower-end one then upgrade when you want to host PostgreSQL-driven sites. Needless to say, in case you would like to create this kind of a website from the start, you will be able to choose the most suitable package that includes PostgreSQL support as standard.