Web hosting is to developers what produce purveyors are to to chefs. Sure, it’s better to go to the market and buy it all yourself but at some point, that doesn’t scale. So you either build a relationship one with one, or you bounce around every six months.

What do you do?

I’m a web developer.

Oh, you’re a web designer!

No. Developer.

What’s the difference?

I’m not the architect or interior designer. I lay the foundation, frame the walls, run the plumbing & electric.

To withstand a hurricane or not catch fire.

If I could teach one thing to new developers is to read the docs. THEN, if you still don’t understand the docs, look for code snippets. THEN, submit a pull request offering a suggestion on how they can be improved.

Pro-tip: html & css have docs.