Yes. DreamHost web hosting includes Remixer, our modern website builder that makes publishing a beautiful website simple. For more advanced sites, we recommend using our custom integrated WordPress, the world's most popular and advanced website builder. From simple sites to complex, WordPress creates modern, responsive websites designed to grow with your ambition. (And all-new, with Remixer you can now export your site to WordPress when you're ready to grow!)

And you are waiting for their response, and “please, be on hold”, and “thank you for your patience “, and “I am still checking” – It takes more then 1 hour just to make them understand where is the problem ! But then they start to convince you that this is ok. How it’s ok ? I still have my old (basic) account which is not expired and where everything works fine !
Imagine the same house as in our shared example, except now things get a little Twilight Zone: each tenant lives in their own “dimension” within the home. There’s still a finite pool of resources such as water and power, but every tenant believes they live alone. This means they don’t interact with one another and bottlenecks — all tenants sharing the kitchen each morning, for example — simply don’t happen.
You gain the most web-building functionality if you create a self-hosted site. This typically involves transfering the free WordPress CMS to server or signing up for a web host's optimized WordPress plan. With an optimized plan, the host automatically handles backend stuff, so you don't have to worry about updating the plug-ins and CMS, and enabling automatic backups. In these instances, the WordPress environment typically comes pre-installed on the server.
Why? Because word of mouth only gets you so far in this internet-centric age. These days, people discover new businesses—even local business—via Bing, Google, and Yahoo, search engines that make it incredibly simple to find companies' products, operational hours, and prices. If your business doesn't appear in the search results, ideally on the first page, it'll be difficult for potential clients and customers to find you via search. And if you don't have a sharable link, your chances of building online word of mouth via social networking plummet, too. In other words, no website, no discoverability, no money. Of course, web hosting isn't just for businesses. You may want to host a personal website or blog, too. Either way, the services here have you covered.
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The main advantage of Windows is that it is easier to set up and configure than Linux. It is also the obvious choice if you are going to develop your web applications with the .NET framework. The only negative is that while Windows does not specifically have any issues in terms of security or stability, it is not considered to be at quite the same level as Linux. All servers at CanSpace are runnig Linux, and we do not offer Windows hosting at the moment.
In order to qualify for one free domain registration credit, you must sign up for an annual Unlimited Shared or Starter plan or annual DreamPress plan (monthly Shared or monthly DreamPress plans do not apply). This free credit is NOT available under any other hosting plan. You must also use the free registration within the first month of your annual Shared/DreamPress plan. If you do not use the free registration within the first month, then it's no longer available to use.
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