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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby John » Sat Apr 27, 2013 12:54 pm

tsscman123 wrote:Woa, this site is being hosted from your own sever? There is great uptime and it loads pretty decent. :D

U8oL0 wrote:I would recommend x10hosting. While they're not perfect, they're probably the best host that I've dealt with. They have free sub-domains, cPanel, and an optional website builder. Using x10, or a different company, will probably be the easiest option.

I would recommend HostGator, myself.


Or Inertia Networks - Which this site is hosted on ;)

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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby tsscman123 » Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:09 pm

John wrote:Or Inertia Networks - What this site is hosted on ;)

I noticed that in the footer. Very nice pricing, better than HostGator.

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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby Prog » Mon Apr 29, 2013 3:52 pm

tsscman123 wrote:I would recommend HostGator, myself.

Another community that I'm a part of (founded by Palmer Luckey, the guy that built the Oculus Rift) uses HostGator and have had so many problems with it. There were problems with AJAX Chat, DNS, SQL, and a lot of other things.

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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby tsscman123 » Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:30 pm

Really? They seemed like a good host, with great customer service. I have used it before with no problems, but I didn't use AJAX chat.

lol, the forum that should not be mentioned is hosted by them.

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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby Ryan » Tue Apr 29, 2014 2:03 pm

tsscman123 wrote:Really? They seemed like a good host, with great customer service. I have used it before with no problems, but I didn't use AJAX chat.

lol, the forum that should not be mentioned is hosted by them.


the forum that should not be mentioned if you ment DFA (which is now closed), that is hosted at Inertia Networks as well.
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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby The Big Green » Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:14 pm

Ryan wrote:
tsscman123 wrote:Really? They seemed like a good host, with great customer service. I have used it before with no problems, but I didn't use AJAX chat.

lol, the forum that should not be mentioned is hosted by them.


the forum that should not be mentioned if you ment DFA (which is now closed), that is hosted at Inertia Networks as well.


The post you replied to was made on this day 1 year ago...

I can see how you got confused! :lol:
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Re: Fire Alarm Site URLs

Postby Prog » Tue Apr 29, 2014 9:27 pm

tsscman123 wrote:Really? They seemed like a good host, with great customer service. I have used it before with no problems, but I didn't use AJAX chat.

Hostgator was purchased by Endurance International Group a few years back, a web hosting group that started when an unpopular web host borrowed some money to start buying out the big hosts of the nineties, which kept their original brandings to retain customers. They used all sorts of cost-cutting measures to become a name as notorious as GoDaddy in the elitist web hosting circles.


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