I am fairly technology wise and was thinking of hosting my blog on a VPS or cheap hosting account. I can administrate it myself if it uses Cpanel or something similar
What kind of hosting plan should i get? Do i need alot of processing power/ RAM and should i be looking for solid state drive hosting? I am also looking into getting my own domain if registration/ moving my site isnt too much of a hassle.
Where is the best place to host and build a flash website? I checked out every hosting site and their reviews. However, I still can’t decide on which is the best. Everysite site has tons of good and bad things. Basically my main concern is having a great web designer. I could honestly care less about the CPanel, and SQL Server base and all. All, I want is a good site that’s around or less a month, and has a great web builder that supports custom HTML (for embedding objects and all) If it comes with a free domain on registration that’s a plus. Now out of these, which do you think is the best. Ipage, Justhost, sitecube, or bluehost. or anther.
I’m not creating a business site, I’m creating a video and radio stream site, I’m using wix.com but I want to change it to another one and I want eye popping graphics with flash.
I know there are other website control panel providers but I need a cheap and reliable web hosting company that offer cPanel as their site control panel. I am used to cPanel and need to move to reliable/cheap host. Don’t really want to spend every month for hosting anymore. Please only provide reliable companies that offer around 20+ gb of space and 100 gb + monthly bandwidth.
I have a phpbb forum website, which I host with HostGator. I am moving to HyphyHost. I’ve moved regular html websites before through ftp, thats pretty simple, just download the files to my computer, then reupload them. But for this site, I have members and a mysql database. I read that you have to backup your database, but I dont know how to do it. I logged in to cpanel, and found where it says “Backup Wizard – Create a Full backup”, but I dont know what to do after that, or where the backup goes, and I dont know what to do with the backup once its created. How do I upload it or set it up on the new host (the new host has cpanel too)?
Its asking me for the following info, and I dont know if I have to fill it all in or what:
Backup Destination: (Choices: Home Directory, Remote FTP Server, Secure Copy)
Remote Server (FTP/SCP only):
Remote User (FTP/SCP only):
Remote Password (FTP/SCP only):
Port (FTP/SCP only):
Remote Dir (FTP/SCP only)
I have phpadmin, how do I use it to back up things?
I have a website and my own cpanel. Now the problem is my friend wants me to host her but I don’t really know how it works. She bought a domain name from godaddy.com. I tried the add on domain feature but it showed up this error.
Error from park wrapper: Using nameservers with the following IPs: 126.96.36.199,188.8.131.52 Sorry, the domain is already pointed to an IP address that does not appear to use DNS servers associated with this server. Please transfer the domain to this servers nameservers or have your administrator add one of its nameservers to /etc/ips.remotedns and make the proper A entries on that remote nameserver.
Not a blog site like blogger, or wordpress (.com at least), a true free host…
That allows all kinds of scripting, without payment or forum posts. Preferably, with cPanel or DirectAdmin, with Fantastico or similar autoinstaller for wordpress and the like.
Any good free hosts that fit these criteria?
I’ve used namepad before, but unfortunately, they don’t accept sign ups anymore and I removed my previous account.
And FTP. Must have FTP.
First answerer: I never mentioned any problems with subdomains. I never said I wanted a domain. lrn2read
I’m not writing anything worth reading.