Your own website is only available
to the public, if it is hosted on a respective web
Larger organisations can afford
their own server hardware, fast connections to the
Internet and webserver software.
For smaller companies, however,
this approach is too expensive. As a result, they
publish their website to a designated area on a web
server of a hosting provider.
Hosting providers offer you
normally the choice, to register your own domain name
(e.g. www.yourcompany.com, www.yourorganisation.org,
www.yourname.com.fj, etc.), either through the hosting
provider or a third-party organisation (in Fiji it is
the University of the South Pacific who look after all
domain names with the suffix fj). Depending were you
register your name, you pay between F$40 to F$100 per
An alternative for smaller web
sites is to subhost with a hosting provider. In this
case, your site will be hosted underneath an existing
website. In our case, your website would have a name
We have chosen a webname that not
only makes an association to our country, Fiji
Islands, but also implicates that you are subhosting
on that name.
Should you, at a later stage,
decide to register your own domain name and to host
your website separately, we can easily accommodate
that. You could stay with our own web hosting
provider. Or you can move your website to a hosting
provider of your choice.