Dreamhost alternatives? [more inside]
Scriptable multiline voice menu system for a one-day event. Does anyone offer this service? [more inside]
Can you recommend a MySQL hosting provider? [more inside]
Anybody have experience with plone hosting service providers? I need to find a good reliable provider. So far I have come across High Speed Rails, Siteground and Interlix. Any feedback on them would be helpful.
Where can I find a beginner's guide to setting up domains, webspace, email and all that, with simple, comprehensive instructions, but without chapters of "there's this thing called HTML"? [more inside]
If my wife hosts a baby shower, fairly large (30+ people) for her friend (with all the expense, labour and effort that requires) would she still be expected to give a present to her friend on top of this?
Dreamhost has become unacceptably slow and down. We're trying to grow a MT-based site. Any host suggestions? Requirements: shell access, php, Movable Type (perl, etc), most importantly: good uptime and responsiveness.
I'm trying to decide between extending my current Globat hosting and signing up for a particularly alluring GoDaddy plan. Given the gulf between the prices for their respective entry-level products, I'm thinking that there has to be a catch somewhere. Plan comparison follows: [more inside]
A2Hosting down? [more inside]
What is the best way to deal with a dedicated server provider gone M.I.A.? [more inside]
I'm very introverted, I have a very extroverted friend who is spending the weekend... how can I remain a good host? [more inside]
Thanks to your earlier help
, I have successfully ported my C# project over to the Mac. I have also ordered a new DSL line with a static IP from bway.net. What do I need to know in order to host my website, accessible via my TLD, on a PowerPC Mac mini running OS X 10.4? How can I be my own DNS and mail server? Without overshadowing that question, would it be smarter to think in terms of DynDNS for external DNS/mail services?
How can I force my current hosting company to let me transfer my domains to another hosting company? [more inside]
Where can an honest man find a free place to park his domain for a while? [more inside]
Is it possible to implement domain-part redirection on URLs, along these lines:
for any instance of "foo.bar.com/baz/*", that segment of the URL is replaced by "new.domain.com/*"
If so, are there multiple methods? [MI] [more inside]
Host Network Monitoring: I have a colo box. I can watch traffic levels on it using mrtg. But how do I find out what is causing the traffic I see on the pretty graphs? [more inside]
I've had it with the intermittent email service that I (and many others, apparently) have been experiencing with Dreamhost. [more inside]
I need an easy (free or very cheap) way to make and host websites. I've been using blogger since it is free and easy, but I'd ideally like more of a website format, rather than a blog format (no comments, and being able to keep my main messages right at the top). Any advice appreciated. [more inside]
I'm looking for suggestions for inexpensive webhosting with generous transfer allowances (0.5TB+) who can actually deliver. [more inside]
Desperately seeking free, reliable forum hosting for simple two or three topic forum. [more inside]
I'm looking for recommendations for hosting for a new Australian small business. Yes, I've searched the archives. Yes, I've read all the old hosting recommendation threads. [more inside]
How can I password protect my subdomain? When someone enters in the domain subdomain.mydomain.com I want to require a login. [more inside]
Mozilla browsers suddenly stop reading my css: wtf? [more inside]
I love Imageshack for one-click simple hosting of images, looking for something just as simple for small audio clips. [more inside]
I have to figure out potential hardware costs for a heavy-traffic website. Rich Flash movies (static content) but with some db queries (user information, scores, etc). More inside... [more inside]
I represent a UK company reselling US server space to EU companies. Which parties have to adhere to safe harbor
? [more inside]
Yet another request for help selecting a web host - but this one's a little different. I'm not trying to move a small personal site but something bigger. [more inside]
seems to be a good hosting company for my Ruby code, but I'm rather put off by their no dev/tinkering sandboxing
policy. Any alternate suggestions?
Please please please can someone help me make my Network Solutions registered domain map to my Typepad site? [more inside]
Thinking about creating a website very similar to Metafilter. Have no php/mysql skills. What's the platform/CMS that comes closest to replicating the MeFi experience without requiring a lot of tech skills? [more inside]
I am looking for a software package to host a blog for our public schools. It would need to a) run on Mac OS X b) allow multiple users c) be incredibly simple for the users to use d) not cost an arm and a leg...or even an arm OR a leg...we're public, you know. [more inside]
What's the bottom line on dreamhost? [more inside]
I want to forward mail from "mydomain.com" to "mycurrentisp.com" forever. I'm currently using MailShell
to do this but they seem to suffer performance problems. What's the best way to accomplish this? [more inside]
I need recommendations for a web host for serious (personal/hobby) coding. Everything I've seen so far requires compromises between flexibility and affordability. [more inside]
Recommend a server hosting company that's reliable and responsive. I want to be able to upgrade my plan in a hurry. Also, a cheap mirroring service. [more inside]
Where's a good place to get cheap Unix or windows hosting, meaning a server that I have root/Administrator access too? I don't need much bandwidth, but most of the deals out there that give you admin rights are high bandwidth and high cost. [more inside]
If a hosting service shuts you down for TOS, do they delete your site or just shutdown access? [more inside]
Can you recommend a way to enable about 100 high-school students to get their small low-tech web sites hosted for free or very cheap? [more inside]
DNS hosting - who has the most features and accessibility? [more inside]
Anyone still doing free domain redirection? Failing that, anyone know any good guides for doing whatever DNS thing I need to do using my old Win98SE laptop? [more inside]
I need a webhost that will give me 100gb of bandwidth and a gig of storage for relatively cheap (budget is about $80/mo USD), and be reliable with goood support. I need mySQL and PHP5. Basically I'll just be running MediaWiki on it, but my site is getting so much traffic it's actually killing my current hosts servers. Who should I use? [more inside]
How do I set up a small-volume moderated mailing list with my own domain name? Essentially, I want Google Groups except @ my domain name. [more inside]
Online Storagefilter: I'm having difficulty sorting through all the options when it comes to buying storage space online. How much should I expect to pay? [more inside]
I plan to purchase a few domain names, and each domain would show a different web page when visited. How can I manage that without subscribing to a separate web hosting package for each domain? [more inside]
Anonymous web hosting: I left a cult which I was raised in about a year ago. I would like to set up a page with information as well as a forum for ex-members to locate each other and heal. I would like to do this anonymously because I have family, friends and coworkers who are still inside and I would like to keep my identity private. [more inside]
Recommendations for Canadian domain registration and hosting? [more inside]
I am completely clueless about web hosting. Let's say I wanted to start a web business. And let's say that web business relied on a variety of different web technologies. At this point, I am technologically agnostic. For the sake of this question, let's pretend those technologies could be a combination of anything, i.e. .Net, Cold Fusion, PHP, Ruby On Rails, Lotus/Domino, Perl, Python, Real Media, Flash, Oracle, SAP, MySQL, etc. etc.
Are there managed hosting companies that will essentially rent you a beefy server in a cozy and secure data center with a clean install of Linux/Windows/etc, which will in turn let you install whatever technology you want as long as you have the requisite software licenses.
I could just host this out of my house, but I would prefer not to purchase my own enterprise server(s), T-1, diesel generator, fireproof room, and requisite Red Bull I will need to stay awake just in case it all falls down.
What are my options?
Help us survive a major-but-short-term traffic spike. [more inside]
I need to host a Lyris Listmanager install for 350 member discussion list. Does anyone have experience installing and doing this? At the very least, I need a company with PostgreSQL 8.03 and Redhat who will let me host it. I have to use Listmanager versus a free thing like Mailman. Any suggestions?