If you use a database-driven script app for your website, all content that you or the site users add, will be stored in cells and tables within a database, not as plain text in the app files. In comparison, HTML sites are static and all of the content on such a website is part of the actual HTML files. A web-based store application, for example, takes all of the prices, items, user reviews, etc, from its database and this is valid for any kind of script that enables you to make a dynamic site. The more the data you add, the larger the database gets, so in case you use a script-driven site, you should make sure that your hosting package comes with enough database storage space. The aforementioned applies regardless of the kind of databases you are using - for instance MySQL or PostgreSQL.
PostgreSQL Database Storage in Shared Hosting
We offer a multitude of Linux shared hosting packages in order to give you a chance to pick the characteristics that you truly need and never pay extra for functions that you will not use. For that reason, the PostgreSQL storage space is an optional enhancement that you'll be able to add via your Hepsia Control Panel for some of the packages; with others you will get a certain allowance, while with the top packages you get unrestricted database space. As you can easily switch between the plans or upgrade particular attributes, you may start with a lower-end one and then upgrade if you wish to host PostgreSQL-driven websites. Needless to say, if you wish to start this type of a site from the start, you are able to select the most appropriate package that features PostgreSQL support as standard.