New plans offer 5x the storage space
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The Wikidot professional plans now offer five times the storage space for your wiki attachments. Pro-lite accounts get 15 GB (instead of 3 GB), Pro accounts get 50 GB (instead of 10 GB), and Pro-plus accounts get 100 GB (instead of 20 GB).

The extra storage will be appreciated by users who store documents, images, and other files on their Wikidot sites. Free accounts and educational sites have the same storage space as before.

While the Wikidot database is happily sitting on solid-state silicon drives (SSDs), uploaded files still use massive amounts of spinning rust.

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