WP Store means you have WooCommerce installed.
You can start with WP Website and upgrade your plan to WP Store later.
Hosting plans are charged YEARLY
Prices exclude VAT.
#payAsYouGrow Included resources are very generous and enough for most cases.
In cases of higher traffic or data growth your site will be running normally but using extra resources is charged extra:
Every starting 1.000 visits or 1GB Disk space or 10MB Database costs 1€/month when used.
"Nobody likes a slow website" (Pingdom Tools). That is why there are
Wordpress gets really slow as soon as you install a prettier theme and add some plugins. To make things even harder, you can only go so far with compressing css/js, selecting plugins and image optimizations. The best hardware for running Wordpress is almost never available on shared or even VPS hostings. A common result is a slow site and an ongoing struggle to speed up your page to improve user experience.
1) You can read full article about this Benhmarks at "Benchmarking different types of cache on Wordpress" (Klik-MALL.com)
You only need 2 things next to WPX hosting:
When we set up your hosting you get:
You start with a WP login screen on your domain & website.
Zero (0) time with server, SSH, FTP, cPanel... required on your side.
Contact for order or more info:
It often takes a couple of hours for all the settings and hosting to be ready.
If you already have a website/webshop and need help with MIGRATION, we can help.
A couple of tests we did with well-known webpage benchmarking tools. Check comments for additional info.
One of the pictures shows you a test with a "LOGGED IN USER" which bypasses "Full page cache" and requires a server to create a response in real-time. Score of 99% on an uncached page is a testament to WPX RAW performance and is a proof that it is not a "one trick pony" that can only provide fast "cached" results and look good in benchmarks. If you are looking for a good WooCommerce hosting (as there are many super important UN-CACHEABLE pages like "Cart") this is what what you need to look for.
Find out more about our R&D on topics of Wordpress performance, PHP, cache-ing...: