1. WebSpace Solutions News

    Date: 03/12/05 (Web Hosts)    Keywords: web, hosting

    All of our Shared Web Hosting packages have been updated to include more bandwidth and disk space. All existing customers have already been upgraded, so you should see these changes immediately. Our site is currently in the process of being updated to include new services we are offering.

  2. Shared Web Hosting

  3. Reseller Web Hosting

  4. E-Mail Hosting

  5. GeoTrust SSL Certificates

  6. Domain Registration ($9.99/yr on most TLD's)

  7. We are offering a $25.00 coupon if you switch from any other hosting companies, please send a copy of your last invoice to switch@webspacesolutions.com and we will reply with your $25.00 coupon good for any hosting services that we offer.

    If you have any questions about anything, please email me at nick@webspacesolutions.com or visit our support forum at http://forums.webspacesolutions.com
    Nick Twaddell

    Nick Twaddell
    direct: 805-275-1906 fax: 805-275-1911
    WebSpace Solutions - http://www.webspacesolutions.com

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webhosts/24702.html

  8. Get Hosted! Account Cancelled!

    Date: 12/19/04 (Java Web)    Keywords: web, hosting

    I went to a website in search of a blog and I got: Get Hosted! Account Cancelled! The previous webpage was shutdown due to hosting issues. If you need hosting also here is some info.A shared web hosting account is an account on a web server that hosts your website while sharing resources with other shared hosting [...]

    Source: http://blog.taragana.com/index.php/archive/get-hosted-account-cancelled/

  9. cPanel or WHM

    Date: 03/13/05 (IT Professionals)    Keywords: software, web, hosting

    I am looking for opinions on WHM systems.

    I have a very limited hosting base right now and I can manage to maintain it for the most part.

    I have used Webmin with restricted permissions to provide access in select cases, but I don't know if it is the most intuitive solution for non-technical folks.

    I went to cPanel's site and they want an arm and a leg for the software.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/itprofessionals/7085.html

  10. PHP Form Mail

    Date: 03/22/05 (WebDesign)    Keywords: php, linux, hosting

    Is there similar features in Linux to send form mail (I'm using MailEnable in my window hosting. I am still learning PHP ) or ready to go reliable PHP Form Mail code (besides Matt's form mail) ?
    I found this http://phpfmg.sourceforge.net/home.php which looks quite good but haven't tested it yet.


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdesign/838889.html

  11. I wanna hear your opinions!

    Date: 03/22/05 (Web Hosts)    Keywords: software, web, hosting

    So, I'm doing some work for a web hosting company in Austin, TX (www.webii.net) and we are doing some marketing research. I'm a LJ fan, so I thought I'd join this community and see what you all thought about web hosting in general, our site, our packages and offerings, ect. Please, let me know any comments you have, negative or positive.

    Also, if you have a domain, what is it you like or don't like about your service. Is it cost effective. How does it compare with our rates? What software do you use? Would you consider switching to our services, why or why not? What do you think about Unix hosts as opposed to Windows hosts?

    Thanks in advance!

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webhosts/25194.html

  12. New article

    Date: 03/26/05 (Mozilla)    Keywords: linux, hosting

    A new article is now online in the "Adventures with the Penguin" series.

    Index of Articles

    Episode 3: In which Linux plots to DESTROY TOKYO

    Please note that the link to the forums is still broken due to ongoing technical problems with the hosting site. In the meantime, if you wish to discuss anything further, please don't hesitate to comment in the corresponding entry in my journal.

    Cross-posted to '[info]'firefoxusers, '[info]'linux, '[info]'mozilla and '[info]'openoffice.

    Happy Easter everyone.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/mozilla/267003.html

  13. oh man this is rich!

    Date: 03/29/05 (Web Development)    Keywords: css, html, web, hosting

    So I left my old job a while ago, and since then a slew of people have "left". The bookkeeper (she was cool), the personnel/training/business relations director (another cool lady) and a few other people. That is not cool, but what the heck right? The public website (which should not be hard for you to figure out who I worked for or just ask) was something they had on the drawing board for what sounds like years; I got up an running. Me and my two hands. They had a graphic designer who had the design all ready made but made it work. I also took the intranet server and did something with it. Put documents on-line, created a calender (by hand), and had some nice things (like birthdays and anniversaries) on the main page. We were told by corp that they wanted out of the hosting business and we needed to move the public site to a new host. No problem, I back it up to a CD and hand it to the consultants since they did hosting also (side note, when ever consultants get involved, you are gonna get fired, it might take a while but it will happen). So for shits and grins I go look and see if the public site has had any updates, since when I was there getting content was like pulling teeth, managementwas too busy micro-managing to give content. The thing is that the public site (as of mins ago) had the html (but no images or css) of the intranet site; and corporate is still hosting it (netcraft & netsol confirm it). Thats just rich.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdev/184433.html

  14. Phishing twist relies on bogus blogs

    Date: 04/12/05 (Security)    Keywords: hosting

    Attackers are capitalizing not only on the popularity of blogs but also on the free storage that some hosting sites offer.

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/Phishing+twist+relies+on+bogus+blogs/2100-1009_22-5666617.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  15. Hosting Options

    Date: 04/16/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: php, mysql, sql, web, linux, hosting, apache

    I am currently hosting my web site with powweb, the problem is that I am outgrowing its feature set. I’m working on some applications that need the MySQL InnoDB table type, or at least would find it very useful. Does anyone know of a hosting provider that supports the following:

    PHP 5.0x
    MySQL 4.1.x With InnoDB
    Apache (1.3 or 2.0 would be fine)

    Ideally running linux or BSD

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/286793.html

  16. Subnixus.com - 3 easy ways to earn free domain hosting.

    Date: 04/18/05 (Web Hosts)    Keywords: php, mysql, database, sql, hosting

    www.subnixus.com now has three easy ways to earn free hosting.

    1. Being an active member of the forum. It's that simple, by posting on our forum you can earn free hosting. Read about it here: http://www.subnixus.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=798

    2. By signing up for one of our sponsers, such as DISH Network, you can earn one year of free hosting. Read about it here: http://www.subnixus.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=799

    3. By making a donation of $10 or more you will earn one year of free hosting. Read about that promotion here: http://www.subnixus.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=802

    Your hosting package will be reviewed and given on a case by case basis. The minimum package includes (but you could qualify for more):

    125MB of Space
    1G of bandwidth
    1 MySQL Database
    POP Email
    Control Panel
    (basically anything you need to get your site up and running)

    This new program starts this week. All accounts that are earned between April 18 - 22 will be setup on Sat. the 23rd. Please visit www.subnixus.com for all of the details.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webhosts/26063.html

  17. Amazon to outfit Web site for U.K. retailer

    Date: 04/19/05 (Web Technology)    Keywords: hosting

    Company lands another deal to provide e-commerce hosting services, this time with London's Marks & Spencer retail chain.

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/Amazon+to+outfit+Web+site+for+U.K.+retailer/2100-9588_22-5676316.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  18. need help/advice with ssl certs

    Date: 04/20/05 (Web Development)    Keywords: hosting

    Since I'm usually more on the design end of things, I'm having a lot of trouble trying to figure out which type of SSL certificate I need and how to set it up. If this isn't usually covered here, please feel free to suggest somewhere else that I can ask or get some info on my situation!

    Here's my setup: I've got a virtual private server, and I'm hosting multiple sites for multiple clients. I was told that "one certificate will cover an entire IP" which, originally I thought meant any sites on that IP, but now I'm realizing that doesn't mean exactly what I thought it did. If at all possible, I would like to avoid having to buy a seperate cert+ip for each client (mostly because the whole verification process is tedious and time consuming since these people don't know what they're doing).

    So I'm thinking that now I might be able to just create a cert for my company and use that one for each of their sites. Is that possible? I've seen mentions of a Shared SSL Certificate but I can't really find any info on exactly what that is or how to use it, I'm just seeing "here's how to use ours!"

    Thanks a lot in advance. :)

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdev/191086.html

  19. domain registration, web hosting

    Date: 04/21/05 (WebDesign)    Keywords: web, hosting, shopping

    i'm starting to develop my own portfolio site and I'm shopping around for good prices on domain registration and web hosting. do you have any recommendations? thanks.


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdesign/859546.html

  20. Suggestions?

    Date: 04/23/05 (Web Hosts)    Keywords: php, mysql, sql, web, hosting

    I manage two domains, each under 10MB. For the past two years, they've been hosted with dr2.net, but then service got spotty and then they merged with Mesopia and the reviews got worse.

    So, I'm looking to switch both domains to a new shared host. After checking out webhostingjury.com, I like the features of the standard plan of u-hs.com but the price seems a tad too steep. Looking for something in the area of $10 to $25 a year. One of the domains I expect to migrate to PHP and MySQL in the next few months.


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webhosts/26292.html

  21. Video Hosting

    Date: 04/24/05 (HTML Help)    Keywords: hosting

    I really hope this isn't off topic, but Ive been searching around for hosting sites to host video clips. It anyone could help me,it'd be greatly appreciated. If this isn't allowed, Im sorry, I just didnt see this in the memories and Id like to be informed. Thank you.


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/htmlhelp/1927937.html

  22. Recommend me a paid storage hosting site.

    Date: 04/25/05 (WebDesign)    Keywords: php, mysql, asp, sql, web, hosting

    I just recently register my domain name, and now I'm asking for those that have domains with storage access what hosting company are you using ? I prefer for the hosting company to be in the USA, and if it's not at lease have payment options in USA dollars.

    I would like for the hosting company to have the following for service
    FTP Access
    ALLOWS MULTIMEDIA (really important I've been searching around hosting sites,but the ones I'm finding doesn't allow it)

    and a good amount of space and bandwidth

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdesign/863860.html

  23. Virtual Subdomains

    Date: 04/25/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: php, web, hosting


    I'm not sure if this question has come by before, but I was wondering if I could get some help creating virtual subdomains. I've searched everywhere over the Internet and have tried most things I've come accross but nothing seems to work.
    Also I have contacted my hosting support who, I think, don't have a clue in how to do it. They also say that virtual subdomains are enabled but to create them you have to go through cPanel and a problem with this also is that it creates a directory in the root folder.
    I'm just wondering if I would be able to get some sort of virtual subdomain automation. So as soon as a user signs up, they are able to access their page at "http://[username].website.com".
    And also being redirected to their page internally like what mod_rewrite does.

    RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^$
    RewriteRule ^(.*)$ /journal\.php?action=view&user=[username] [L]

    Something like that. But of course, the above example won't work.
    Just wondering if anyone had any ideas or could help me get something working.

    Thank you.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/291208.html

  24. Beyond Weirdness: Windows 2000

    Date: 04/28/05 (PHP Community)    Keywords: php, mysql, database, sql, web, linux, hosting

    I have a hosting company that runs Linux with PHP and MySQL through Plesk (a kind of server control panel) I can’t get into the control panel at work because I’m behind a firewall that blocks port 8443. I can, however use “my network places” in windows 200 to create an FTP connection to my server. The down side is: with FTP I can’t interface with the MySQL database… but, at least, I can upload and download files…Right?


    This is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. The files I upload using FTP on my home computer or Plesk at home can be accessed from the web by typing the URL, but they do not appear in windows FTP flooder for the site. Yes, I have refreshed and restarted and connected and disconnected. They just don’t show up.

    I can copy a file in to the FTP folder in windows… and it returns no error and appears to have uploaded correctly. But, if I type in the URL for the file the server says “file not found” I believe the upload is not working because when I go home and look in FTP on the other side of the firewall the file is not there! But, it appears to be there in windows. It was even there the next day. What on earth is going on!

    Moreover, if I use a web-based FTP like http://01ftp.com/index.php it will show be a different set of files depending on what side of the firewall I’m on.

    I can’t turn the firewall off but I’d like to, at least, understand why this is happening.

    Why didn’t windows return an error when the file failed to upload? What if that file had been important? How can it show the file in the FTP folder for my site when it’s not really there? I think that’s a pretty scary and unreliable thing for an OS to do!

    I think this might have something to do with actve and passive FTP... I'm reading up on it now... but honestly I don't have a clue.

    The firewall is Mcaffe desktop firewall, and it's centrally controlled so no way to shut it off without being some kind of evil little haXX0r.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/php/293012.html

  25. Great Domain Hosting Deal

    Date: 04/30/05 (Computer Geeks)    Keywords: hosting

    Dreamhost is having a great deal right now!! They're offering TRIPLE bandwidth and storage space on all their plans. If you've been looking for a domain host or have been wanting to change hosting companies, this really is too good to pass up.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/computergeeks/673902.html

  26. Great Domain Hosting Deal

    Date: 04/30/05 (See my site)    Keywords: hosting

    Dreamhost is having a great deal right now!! They're offering TRIPLE bandwidth and storage space on all their plans. If you've been looking for a domain host or have been wanting to change hosting companies, this really is too good to pass up.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/see_my_site/82771.html

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