Declanworld 10:22 05 May 08

Anyone used them? click here

Works out at £23.30 including domain renewal and hosting.

  Forum Editor 11:39 05 May 08

but would make one comment - any hosting company which advertises the fact that there is no limit on 'traffic' will almost certainly prohibit what it calls a 'download site'.

For most hosts this means a site where each visitor generates a minimum of 1Mb of data transfer.

  Declanworld 18:06 05 May 08


  Janebell 16:25 09 May 08

Currently only charging £9 set up fee (free domain name and hosting for one year). Not too bad for the money - only works in IE (a pain if you're normally running Firefox).
Was very disappointed with the 24hr helpline - as usual, the operators are clearly not english and painfully unhelpful!
Absolutely no frills but seems to be working okay generally

  Declanworld 16:58 09 May 08

Forgive my basic-ness but when you say 'only works in IE', then Firefox users would have no hope of seeing my possible new site?

  Janebell 17:02 09 May 08

Sorry I didn't explain - you can only access File Manager through IE - the site looks fine in any browser once published.

  Declanworld 18:12 09 May 08

Phew - thanks Jane.

  Boarder57 08:50 13 May 08

Firefox can be used to access File Manager - you have to install the IE Tab Firefox add-on first.
I have used this and it works fine.

  Declanworld 17:38 13 May 08

Thanks, Boarder57.

  barmybuckle 14:41 21 Sep 11

I've hosted my site and registered my domain name with them now for over a year. Never had any problems with them.

I've used the live web chat for help in the past and it was very quick and useful.

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