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Torie508
I have looked at many sites to host my website, and I am not sure which one to choose. If any of you have any suggestions, please let me know. I need an inexpensive one, but not a freebie with ads posted all over it.
Posted: 01/30/2008, 22:13:02 PM
Tweakhp
i don't know a lot about them..and don't have any experience with them, but i've heard good things about godaddy.com
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Posted: 01/30/2008, 22:23:22 PM
Phakimata
I'm using IXhosting for over 2 years now, and never had any complaints. The can be found here: http://www.ixwebhosting.com/



Cheers,

Paul.

Posted: 01/31/2008, 15:24:31 PM
Dennist1
I'm using StartLogic; good pricing with plenty of bandwidth and storage. Have a great deal if you are transferring registration from another company. Their back end servers are a bit sluggish and not terribly stable but customer side seem fairly good.



A friend of mine, who knows quite a bit about the subject, swears by hostmonster.com. They have very similar specs and pricing StartLogic and I've don't remember ever hearing a complaint about them(he does have two or three sites there under his management and has had them there for a couple of years now.)



Hope that gives you a couple places to start ...
Canon Digital SLR, 30D, 300D. 17-85 F4; 70-200 2.8L, many others
Posted: 01/31/2008, 16:38:05 PM
Fleyeing
The main thing is not to mix hosting and domain registration. It sounds like a deal (free domain included) but afterwards you're stuck with the hoster since he most probably will not release the domain to you in case you find a better hoster.



I use namecheap.com for domain registration, but godaddy.com seems a little bit cheaper. The only thing you have to do at namecheap.com is point to the nameservers of your hoster, and you can change those on the fly when changing hosting.



For hosting I use the baby-croc plan of hostgator.com. Very pleased about it: fast access all over the world where I could check it (Gulf-states, China, SE-Asia). Uptime almost 100%.

The nice thing about hostgator is that they offer many and fast MySql databases, and that's a key issue that's often a problem with other hosters. Moreover, you can attach an unlimited number of domains to one account. At the moment I run 6 domains, and still bandwidth and storage to spare.



My environments are Joomla, WordPress, Coppermine.
Canon 5DMKII, 24-70, 70-200, strobes
Posted: 01/31/2008, 19:03:45 PM
Sophiesourit
oh... I do the same... I'm buying name at goDaddy and I'm hosting in hostgator.

Just I'm host by hostgator since 1 or 2 months and I have been lazy a bit (and busy, also)so I just have transfer the domain name, and I haven't really work on it :)

Anyway space and bandwith are hudge and from the basic account you can have several domain name (which is great) because you can host in the same accont your .com and .net .

And that the reason I've been living another one hoster... damned that the same website, and I intend to put the same content... and even, space bandwith are just incomparable... maybe servage get a similar offer.



The only thing is that I seem to have understand that it is with a linux environement, and it seems that it doesn't offer a window environnement.

I think it has a sense when you want to settle some script...and I was wondering what the exact meaning of that... like is it possible to make the test in local (I'm not linux, I wish, but I'm not)... So in case that might be a problem when you would like to make important change, and test it. Again, that is just a wondering. And I have more or less think about a solution in that case . (that just me searching solutions about problem I'm not sure to have :-))



Anyway, I have start to use sitestudio... I haven't finished and I'm not sure to use it at the end.

About the Gallery I was wondering about Coppermine or Gallery4 ... I've pushed away Gallery Menalto that offer good possibility but I have already spended to much nerves on it...

May I know Fleying what do you have preferred with Coppermine?
Posted: 06/09/2008, 13:56:36 PM
Kuanchong
I tried host****r and terminated after 15 days of uses. The support is bad..



My friend recommended me to use site5, and I uses it since then. Things go smooth and the support are helpful..



http://www.site5.com
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Edited: 07/15/2008, 01:58:13 AM
Chisoft
We have been buying domain names at go daddy for many many years now and I fully aggree ot to mix your registrar with your host service.



We have ben very happy with our host service host monster - reasonably priced (6.95 or so per mth) and our account is not limited (not sure what the current promotions are)



We had to switch servers at one time and they were certian to remind us to back up before that happened and their 24 7 toll free support is great.



As per domain registration go daddys support is great too just point the domain name in go daddys area to the host site and you are ready to go.



I do however suggest for a few $ a yr more at your hosting site to purchase a static ip it gives you some more flexiility. Good luck in setting up your new site

Posted: 08/03/2008, 12:07:36 PM
Keki
I would suggest godaddy.com I have heard lots of good stuff about them and they are very cheap too :)



Posted: 08/19/2008, 09:36:27 AM
S_kelsey
My main source of income is from graphic/web design. We only use Go Daddy to host our sites. I hear they have a good template package deal as well, if that can be possible.
Canon 5D
17-35 2.8
75-300 IS 4-5.6
Posted: 08/29/2008, 12:01:20 PM
Tallyhofilms
Ive been with aplus.net for several years and they have been great (no downtimes that ive noticed).



Ive heard godaddy is good too but dont have any experience with them.
Posted: 09/02/2008, 19:51:52 PM
Kmw38qc
Hi,



Building a website can no longer be just about a cheap web hosting company.



I have been using the site below, to build my own website for the past 4 months. It includes hosting plus a lot more than you can ever imagine.



Their package is great and I have not found anything like it. Be sure to read the FREE E-BOOK which tells you all about it.



These links should give you a good idea about them:



Service Masters



I love SBI



Best wishes and good luck.

Amir.



P.S. Feel free to view my site as I am still building it.

Sun-Protection-And-You
Posted: 09/14/2008, 01:28:46 AM
Pixelerator
Hy according to me the website host is good which give larger bandwidth .larger space and no ads and include the readymade installer.

and in website making there is also problem for registring a domain and buy host.

According to me the best webhost in the planel is 00webhost .

It gives free 100 gb bandwidth and 250 mb of space no ads and importing thing is the php safemode is off.

They include ready made website installer like of galleries forum portal like joomla

mambo phpbb smf ipb and its also include the virtual cart for selling our product.



Second importand thig is domain .com .biz they are not free so there is a new domain .cc which is totally free.



see step by step tut at my site which is also made on same host same free domain

and i earn money from it 2$ per day without doing any thing by just displying ads.



http://intekhab.co.cc
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Posted: 09/14/2008, 12:44:44 PM
Keki
I would strongly recommend godaddy.com, for it's affordable but very reliable and trust worthy host services.



Keks :)
Posted: 10/07/2008, 15:42:42 PM
EmeraldUmbrellaStudio
I use Hostmonster.com for all of my personal sites and my company uses them for clients also.



they have 0 ads and a great mail system



Price is $5.95 a month with a free domain and unlimited space and bandwidth, you can also host unlimited domains for free just prepay the $10 a year renewal for domains being transfered in.

From their site



Free Domain Name or Domain Transfer

Instant Setup - Use Site Right Away!

Free Site Promotion

Free 1 Click Installer For Over 50 Scripts

Free SiteBuilder w/Templates

99.9% Network Uptime Guarantee

$25 Free Yahoo Credits

$50 Free Google Credits

REAL 24/7 Non-outsourced support with

average hold times less than 2 minutes

No long term contracts - You can cancel

anytime with NO cancellation fee!

SimpleScripts FREE 1 click installer for ALL

the best blogs, shopping cart, forums,

CMS, photo galleries, and more!

EmeraldUmbreallaStudio.com Proud Nikonian needing a new body.
Edited: 01/22/2009, 23:53:17 PM
Holgs

Originally posted by Fleyeing:
Quoted Message: The main thing is not to mix hosting and domain registration. It sounds like a deal (free domain included) but afterwards you're stuck with the hoster since he most probably will not release the domain to you in case you find a better hoster.



I use namecheap.com for domain registration, but godaddy.com seems a little bit cheaper. The only thing you have to do at namecheap.com is point to the nameservers of your hoster, and you can change those on the fly when changing hosting.



For hosting I use the baby-croc plan of hostgator.com. Very pleased about it: fast access all over the world where I could check it (Gulf-states, China, SE-Asia). Uptime almost 100%.

The nice thing about hostgator is that they offer many and fast MySql databases, and that's a key issue that's often a problem with other hosters. Moreover, you can attach an unlimited number of domains to one account. At the moment I run 6 domains, and still bandwidth and storage to spare.



My environments are Joomla, WordPress, Coppermine.




I signed up with godaddy for a domain name, before I really knew what I was doing (hang on I still don't!) then chose bluehost for hosting my website. At first splitting the hosting and domain name was a real pain to set up, but I got it sorted. Nice to hear that the effort may have been worthwhile after all.
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Posted: 02/10/2009, 00:30:24 AM
Neddog

Originally posted by Fleyeing:
Quoted Message: I use namecheap.com for domain registration, but godaddy.com seems a little bit cheaper. The only thing you have to do at namecheap.com is point to the nameservers of your hoster, and you can change those on the fly when changing hosting.




Thank you, Fleying!! I have a domain just expiring now on NameSecure. They are a great registrar and I've always been happy with their service over the past 6 or 7 years, except for one quirk - their lack of payment options are a huge PITA, namely the fact that they don't take PayPal.



I've mentioned this problem to them, and they know why they've already lost 80% of my business - but nothing has changed in their payment options.



I have some domains at GoDaddy which I transferred there for no other reason than PayPal payment, but I absolutely cannot stand that website. I took a peek over at NameCheap and registered an account there. It looks like they'll have a clean, hassle-free system, and I already see the PayPal logo on a number of their pages, including a convenient account holding system. That was a great tip, and I think I can expect to be transferring the rest of my domains there in the very near future!



Thanks for mentioning the site, Fleying...
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Posted: 02/17/2009, 21:31:37 PM
Ptoone
Best value and most reliable web hosting on the internet. No need to buy a new domain as you receive a domain name for free for life when you sign up. Unlimited email accounts and bandwidth. Very easy to update your site with little html knowledge. Use this link to sign up and receive special discounts and promotional coupons: http://www.webhostingpad.com/743.html
Scanner, Adobe Illustrator, Brushes, Pens, Olympus E510 & Nikon D80.
Posted: 02/19/2009, 12:54:38 PM
Denisebeverly
We have not set ours up yet but if you are a member of Sam's Club and have a business account you have a 5 page website included in your membership.



We did not know this until lately and have been trying to decide on one for a couple of years.
Illustrations Daz and Photoshop
Posted: 02/27/2009, 22:12:24 PM
Dersankt
i'm surprised not one person mentioned this hosting site...I refuse to work with any other site but this:



www.1and1.com
IPad mini, other people's camera.
Posted: 03/07/2009, 18:12:22 PM
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