Storage Limit?


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Is there a storage limit to the size of my website, says more than 100 pages?


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JC2016 wrote:
Is there a storage limit to the size of my website, says more than 100 pages?


When uploading to S-Drive there is no page limit per say, but there is a MB limit. It ranges from 500MB to 20GB most sites (even 100 pages) are less then 3GB. Granted, this all depends on the amount of images you have etc, but that would be the only cap on website size.

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I'm wondering how I find out how much storage I'm using. I assume that the 500MB limit for my Freebie plan is the total of the Site, Storage, Form, and Stream.

The list of files in my Storage section come to around 50MB, and there is more in my Site section. When I go to S-Drive and select My Plan from the drop-down menu at the top right, there is a Your Usage section which shows for Storage '0 B of 500 MB (0.00%)'. Is there some way to get this to show the correct figure please?

Frank


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This would be a good one to open a support ticket.
Brian

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Hi Brian.

Thanks for that. I have now opened a support ticket as you suggested.

I posted here initially wondering whether perhaps others had the same experience and had found that some action was needed to kick-start the byte/MB counter.

Regards,
Frank


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Further to the above, the answer I received was that the count display is to be fixed in due course.

Frank

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