In contrast to a static HTML Internet site where all content is on the actual pages of the site, any script-driven website collects its information inside a database. Just a few examples of this type of sites are a WordPress blog or an OpenCart electronic commerce portal - in both cases, item listings, rates, blog posts, user feedback and so on are gathered in the database and not in the actual script files. The more the information you add, the bigger the database gets and if your Internet hosting package has some limit for the maximum size a database could have, your website may not perform properly when you reach that limit. The results can range from inability to include new content to inadequately functioning website or even the site showing nothing but error messages and not being online at all.