Web Hosting


Web Hosting Services include:

  • Setup domain on server
  • Setup backup of your domain
  • Provide storage location for your site 
  • Recover files by request
  • Register Domain
  • Setup User Accounts for Web Development Purpose
  • Manage Web/Database Server performance

Contact us today to find out how we can best serve you.


Hosting Details

Websites hosted through Arts & Sciences Web Services exist within a shared hosting environment on Linux servers which support PHP and/or HTML-based websites.

Joomla!

The majority of sites we host are running on the Joomla! CMS (content management system), and personalized training is offered to individuals or small groups for managing a Joomla! website.  We have an OSU-themed template available for Joomla! sites, but other commercial, professionally designed templates may also be purchased from outside sources if desired.

WordPress / Other CMSs

WordPress and other PHP-based CMSs may also be offered, but no specific training is available for them.  We do not currently have OSU-themed templates for WordPress or other CMSs, so themes and templates for those would need to be purchased or downloaded from other sources.

HTML

Traditional HTML-based sites are available with secure FTP access via SSH.  Software such as Adobe Dreamweaver can be used for creating and managing HTML pages.

Audio & Video Streaming

For sites that require video and/or audio streaming content, we recommend hosting your media files with external services such as YouTube, Vimeo, or the Real Media server offered by the university's I.T. department.  Embedded players can then be placed on your site to play the streaming content.

Other Services

The following hosting services are not currently available through Arts & Sciences Web Services:

  • ASP / ASP.NET hosting environments are not offered.
  • VPS environments are not offered.
  • CPU intensive applications are not supported, and should instead be hosted with private departmental server resources.
  • Bandwidth intensive applications are not supported, and should instead be hosted with private departmental server resources or external services.