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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 2 2005, 07:23 PM


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Hi there,

Site is down since hours,

IP: 67.15.52.34
Domain: www.myisla-hotels.com

Hope that your server is fixed soon! We are loosing customers. sad.gif

If you are already working on it! We are keeping thumbs up that it works out fine soon! wink.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 3 2005, 09:04 AM


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Just a little worry here, will the same thing happen again or will you inform me sometime in advance to renew my account and keep the domain registered for me ?

And another question, when a domain has expired, can someone else buy it in that moment ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 3 2005, 09:01 AM


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well, i use the thunderbird local PC mail client. i had to change the settings to make it accept the certificate, then it worked. But its the first time i came accross this.
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Webslave
Posted on: Aug 23 2005, 08:28 PM


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Hello,

When i send mails it asks me to accept certificate of server25.fastbighost.com
is that normal or correct ? Even from other computers to.
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Webslave
Posted on: Jul 7 2005, 02:04 PM


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To transfer your domain to us you are to unlock your domain at your current domain name registrar.


Thats you guys. I bought this domain with you last year. so, actually because it expired, its been tranfered from you to you again, from z555 or something like that. So, you getting my point here ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Jul 7 2005, 12:34 PM


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Hi LLSCmrf,

They solved my problem yesterday afternoon. Did you talk to them on live chat ?
But there is another problem, i got mail from hostony that says my domain is "LOCKED",
but so far everything is working fine, but Hostony is tellig me unlock the domain so that they can transfer it properly, i responded to your mail but i'm unclear about why to "UNLOCK" and howto ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Jul 6 2005, 10:27 PM


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Thanks for the help. Lets see if everthing works out fine the coming days and i'll be still a happy hostony customer wink.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Jul 6 2005, 10:16 PM


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Hello,

I made the unpleasant suprise today while opening my website to see another website there. A site making money with search results, and a link that says my domain has expired. I lost customers today sad.gif

I haven't posted in here since over 10 months, everything was working fine. But usually webhosters inform before the domain account will expire and ask for repayment etc. But i got nothing, maybe also a request for you to do this in future, it will also help you improve. Or maybe in future that will teach me to have the domains with godaddy...

So, i contacted live support and they told me to remake the payment, so i did this and they set up a new account for me instead of getting the domain working again with the old account. So my question is, can't you get this sorted out that my domain works again with the old files/old account ? Or is it possible for you to copy the files from the old account to my new account ?

All of this wouldn't have happened if a simple update was possible. Reuploading my files will be a tedious process as it amounts to 3 GBs. Sorry for the inconvenience, hope you understand and respond quick.

I also sent a Trouble Ticket, but the response i get: "cannot access your FTP right now, try uploading the files yourself". Ok. But, it would be a great favour if you could just shift my files from the old to the new, or get the old one working. I ask one more time for your cooperation and understanding.

Contact me via PM if possible.
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Webslave
Posted on: Jan 3 2005, 05:09 PM


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Hello,

My site is down, please check.
Domain: www.myisla-hotels.com

Please check and let me know how you are proceeding.

Best regards,

W.
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Webslave
Posted on: Nov 14 2004, 07:02 PM


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Well, I can give you some tipps there.

First of all, how much time are you willing to inves to learn how it runs ?

For example for Typo3.org you might need quite some time, to master it you'll need around a month.

Something quite simple: www.mambo.org - they have lots of free templates and blogger included to place wherever you want. But i haven't experimented with their template yet. I think it's a nice thing to play and get a nice site. But i don't know how easy it is to set up their templates.

Another tipp i got from a friend is: www.openengine.de - sorry, but it's in German.

But there is a very good site that have all the great CMS listed and details, tipss, infos whatever posted. Check zis out :

http://www.opensourcecms.com/

- All free stuff. Open source wink.gif - Hope these tipps help! smile.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 27 2004, 11:32 AM


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QUOTE
1) For some strange reason I get the feeling customer staff and technical support staff are not in the same premises (same country?)
They do outsourcing. To my knowledge some support is done from the Ukraine.

QUOTE
2) Seems like there are some servers that are ALWAYS the ones which seem to be going down, either because they; A) Have been configured wrongly since the start; the hardware is somehow shitty (i.e. cheap s##t); c) the people responsible on these equipment do not know what they are doing.


They host servers at some popular data center, it was mentioned in some discussions before but i forgot it's name. When this data center gets problems or makes some sort of maintenance work (network etc.), hostony's servers are often affected.
But not only hostonys servers.

Maybe hostony has an overflow of new coming customers and cannot manage to have new servers set in time or as quickly and so some servers go down in their knees. But I presume it will be all Ok soon. smile.gif

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3) Lack of feedback is something I have become used to. Silly, short and sometimes even uncomprehensible comments from staff make things just worse.


I'm sure the outsourced supporters are top in their fields. Maybe the language difference might be a hindrance at times. I try to explain and express things as easy as possible and then it usually works out fine.
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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 26 2004, 10:56 AM


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Hi,

1. Do you pay out any sum that has been achieved through affiliates that signed up ?
2. How ? Per Check ? Paypal ? Under $20 per Check isn't worth 'cause of banking fees in Europe.
3. Can I sign up for another hosting account through my affiliate link and still get a commission smile.gif
4. I want to place textlinks instead of banners, could you place those in the affiliate section ?
5. Is it possible to place your ads on any site, will it be tracked correctly ?

Regards,

W.
  Forum: Pre-Sales Questions · Post Preview: #14543 · Replies: 2 · Views: 1758

Webslave
Posted on: Oct 21 2004, 09:15 PM


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If you haven't decided for Hostony already i wish to add that the Support is excellent here. Top! smile.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 21 2004, 09:13 PM


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Thanks for being so helpful! smile.gif

Sorry, you misunderstood me. The "old" account i meant was the one I'm already hosting with you (Hostony). I plan of getting a second account with you guys.

The thing is, in my current account with you i have more webspace than i need for the current project being hosted. But my new project is bigger, so, i was thinking of getting a smaller account where we could shift the "old" project with the "old" domain to. And after having shifted all the files from the "old" account to the new one, i would upload my new website on that "old" account, we would only have to add extra the new domain which i will order. The old domain has to be shifted as well to the new account. You get the picture ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 21 2004, 09:01 PM


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its 480 Kilobytes, and 75% done
Don't worry about your webspace, you'll have Gigabytes in your account. 480 Kilobytes, that's not even 1 MB. But if your index.htm or .php page is that big, that's not good. Keep your index page around 45 KB. It's not a must ofcourse.

About your layoute, maybe you could make those links in your left navigation smaller so that they fit on one line. This can be done with CSS.

Here:

.verdana001 {
font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
font-size: 10px;
font-style: normal;
}

You have to copy this into your css file. For example design.css

In your HTML source code, go to the <HEAD></HEAD
part and parse this if it ain't already there:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="design.css">

This is done to attach the css file to your page.

Ok.

Now, there, where your link is, in its <td></td>
you put this:

<td class="verdana001">YOUR LINK</td>

Play around. When you have questions, ask.

@mblendiger
QUOTE
ok, is not sooo critical.

is the thing with dreamweaver, the generation of a lot of unnecesary code.


Dreamweaver is good. Frontpage used to make lots of unecessary code. But maybe you
had in mind the new style of making sites with just <Div> tags and CSS without any TDs ?
This ofcourse has to be handcoded smile.gif - and way to far fetched for newbies. But it's coming!

And MAMBO is getting very popular as well.

Greetz,

W.
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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 21 2004, 08:40 PM


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My current account has around 3GB of files in it. I would like to know if it's possible that when i buy a new account, you transfer my files and domain to that new account and i'll use the old account for my new website, you'll only have to asssociate the new domain i'll order to it. This would spare tons of hours of uploading. Is that possible ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Oct 21 2004, 02:51 PM


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Hi!

I'm thinking of maybe getting a 2nd Account. I might need SSH and i would like to know if you charge extra for this option, or if i can use it only for a limited set of time. Let me know your details. Thanx, rgards. W.
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 13 2004, 01:59 PM


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Now working again, OK. biggrin.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 13 2004, 01:49 PM


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domain: www.myisla-hotels.com

Site down. Cannot connect via FTP to Server. Pls correct this issue.

Thanks.
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 12 2004, 08:31 AM


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thanks smile.gif

Nice, it's all working fine! So, the older IP is a backup now I suppose ? (Good!)

Your new IP with cpanel ain't got https yet right ? Anyway that's not such a big issue for me, just saying. smile.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 11 2004, 10:31 PM


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domain: www.myisla-hotels.com

Hello,

What happened to my files ?

I see in cpanel that my website occupies 1 GB space, before it was 3 GB, when i checked with FTP to see what happened to my files, i see a one big 1 GB .tar file - Why ?

My site is still working though but sometimes i need to edit single html files so it's better that you don't compile or pack my site. I don't read the forum everyday. Is it possible for you to Send me/us an email next time if there is going to be any downtime/changes/server move etc. where my site is concerned ? This will be very helpful if you can manage this in future and "very" highly appreciated.

Pls get me site html/htm files back as it was before. Thanks. smile.gif
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 5 2004, 08:59 PM


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domain: www.myisla-hotels.com

I'm on which Server ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 3 2004, 06:22 PM


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QUOTE
I spoke with Alex from Hostony Support (The gentleman who responded above Via ICQ which is awesome) and he was very kind and quick to send me another copy of my information.


Hostony, you got msn messenger ?
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 3 2004, 06:21 PM


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At Stanly,

It's working again.
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Webslave
Posted on: Sep 3 2004, 11:08 AM


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My domain is not displayin my website, i'm getting this message:

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There is no website configured at this address.


Pls check. Where are you moving Servers and how long will it take ?
I'm loosing customers again.
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