Terms & conditions
These Terms and Conditions specify guidelines for using our website and services. Please read them carefully and ensure you understand and agree to all parts. Use of our website and services implies you agree with these terms.
This document consists of:
Our terms were last updated on 16 February 2019. We reserve the right to modify them at any time without prior notice.
wordpress website hosting terms
When you host your WordPress website with us, the Website Hosting Terms in this section apply.
Our standard hosting package costs € 10 per month. It includes 1 WordPress install, up to 3 email accounts, 2,000 MB local storage and 20,000 MB monthly bandwidth.
Payment is annually in advance.
You may use our hosting services for lawful purposes only.
- Sending unsolicited bulk/commercial email (also known as spam) is strictly forbidden.
- Adult content (pornography) is strictly forbidden.
- Interactive chat web applications are strictly forbidden.
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO) farms or similar are strictly forbidden.
- Banner rotation services and link exchange networks are forbidden.
The above examples are a guide and may not be an exhaustive list. If you have a question on whether or not your content is in violation, please contact us for clarification.
With a hosting package each account receives part of the available server resources. To give everyone a good quality of service, there are limits on the server resources a single hosting account can use. In general these are 10% of the total server resources available. Most websites will never have to take these limits into consideration, but it’s good to be aware of them. Should your site start to affect the overall performance of a server, we will work with you to try to reach a solution.
We will be your point of contact regarding your hosting, and we will also provide you with support and information to be able to carry out any work required regarding your hosting.
Failure to fully comply with these terms is grounds for account suspension and/or termination.