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  nazrat 21:03 02 Jul 03
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does anyone know a good UK paying host (£) not($) and coud give me the webaddress

  barryoneoff.co.uk 22:52 02 Jul 03

is click here I have no complaints whatsoever with them. There are many others, but I cant comment on what I haven't tried.

  Sir Radfordin 22:58 02 Jul 03

click here for a very similar question!

  Forum Editor 23:13 02 Jul 03

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click here with whom I host all my clients' sites. They're a small, but very efficient and professional company, and they're easy to talk to. Mention the PCA forum if you speak to them, it won't get you any discount, but will ensure that they'll pay close attention to your needs.

  User-312386 08:20 04 Jul 03

i use click here and it all can be done on the web

  scooby43 19:02 04 Jul 03

you could try here click here

cheers

  STEVE71163 17:45 19 Jul 03

Does anyone know if any of these hosts use Frontpage 2002 extensions?

  mcullum_DX4Life 05:50 22 Jul 03

Ive never had any complaints at all with click here - have been using them for almost a year now for both web hosting and shoutcast streaming, they provide good 24/7 support and they have not been down once since before christmas. They are probably not the cheapest company, but they are still very cheap compared with most. I was recommended to use them by a friend and as i say they have been excellent.

I used to use click here - they were also great, never had any major issues with them and the support was very good. I only left them as they are a bit more pricey then most.

Whatever you choose, best of luck ;-)

  JohnS 09:51 22 Jul 03

I have signed up for 1and1.co.uk 'home' package. With 4 domain names for 2 year and a years hosting with 500m space it came to under £100.00

Service is always there, though there faq pages take a bit of ploughing through to find the answers. Have phoned a couple of times and got reasonable help.

They are German based I think - not UK but no problem with that.

  mcullum_DX4Life 01:15 23 Jul 03

The biggest rpoblem with 1and1 is that they are a pain in the neck if you want to leave them/move domain registrars. I like services that allow you to be in full control and have freedom.

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