I suck at math and could use a bit of help . . .
Most hosting companies charge an extra fee for extra bandwidth.
If the files (html, images, css etc) have an average size of 7 kb each, how many hits would it take for me to exceed 1 gb of bandwidth?
What about for an average of 3 kb, and what about for an average of 12 kb?
Remeber, there are 1,073,741,824 Bytes in one Gigabyte (not 1,000,000,000).
This is enough to give me a headache . . .