__/ [ Mr. Polzek ] on Thursday 02 March 2006 17:07 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [ Mr. Polzek ] on Thursday 02 March 2006 16:46 \__
>>> I am quite new to web design and so on, and need some advice on hosting,
>>> particularly which provider to choose.
>>> 1) Which one do you recommend, personally use? I have been thinkin abou
>>> as they've won so many awards..
>>> 2) As I am going to have up to ten websites, what kind of package allows
>>> host more than one? If it says '5.co.uk domains', does it mean 5 aliases
>>> 5 completely separate websites?
>>> 3) On 1&1 there are 'hosting' and 'ms hosting'. What is the difference? I
>>> can't tell from comparison as they both seem to look the same.
>>> Any advice will be appreciated, as basically I'd like to avoid choosing
>> Many hosts are lurking at alt.web.webmaster and perhaps alt.web.hosting .
>> They will give you a partially-biased advice, as will I:
>> Best wishes,
> These groups are not on my news server, unfortunately :/
> This must be my ISP's fault.
> Anyway, thanks.
The first of the two is a very popular and authoritative newsgroup. I am
surprised that your ISP does not aggregate it. [conspiracy theory] Maybe
they are tying to keep you away from something? *smile* Either way, they'll
continue to live a lush in some small dive, and there they'll be while they
rot with the rest of those whose newsserver's empty too (Strayhorn)
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