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most domain renewals are more than 5 quid each year, so there's no way the domain could have been included for more than a single year (and then would be a big IF aboutwhich domain gTLDs would be possible). Yes, sometimes a domain can be registered for under 50p for the first year, but many new gTLDs can be quite expensive for renewals - most costly I've seen are around 2000 US$ a year.
None of them look very trustworthy TBH and it appears Sharkhosting have had their Twitter account suspended.
No, you don't have to transfer your domain to them. You can just point to their nameservers.
Now the code has expired, but HOLIDAY40 can be used instead. I'd like to point out that there are other types available for this deal, from this 1 website deal up to the unlimited websites deal.
https://sharkhosting.co.uk/ I've been with this outfit for about a year now - since relichost went to the dogs. Excellent value. No problems. No fecking about. £6 for the hosting (cloud1) including VAT. Only one domain per hosting package. Unlimited disk space & bandwidth. If you need something a bit more professional, there's https://www.inventivehosting.co.uk/shared-web-hosting-UK.html at £16 a year. Been with them about 6-7 years now, Cracking outfit. for Windows ASP hosting I use https://www.winhost.com/ at about 60 dollars a year (Basic package), allowing five websites They're a bit quirky, Limited to 3gb and you can't buy extra storage. I register my .coms with namecheap - no VAT The .co.uks are registered with https://www.thenames.co.uk/
Posted 27th Nov 2020Posted 27th Nov 2020
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Done the Turkey one - works out to under £50 used Google translate to signup paid by Revolut. Once then it seems to turn to English language, Ive not gone pass the first page as need to go to work
N26 pulled out of the UK and closed all accounts this June. You need a german phone no and address to use it now. Transferwise accounts have a Belgium IBAN. I think your loophole is effectively closed now.
What's the difference between their WordPress web hosting and their normal hosting? Aside from daily backups?
N26 app gives you german iban. Try it
Good info, but it says you need a German bank account to claim cashback (error: IBAN must begin with DE)
Posted 28th Jun 2020Posted 28th Jun 2020
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Any good recommendations for ecommerce? Ions worse customer and even when u pay for the higher package, lacks so many features (similar experience with GoDaddy)
Thank you so much. I really really appreciate it. I really do
Follow these instructions to separate the website hosting and email hosting functions of Wix. You can then buy email hosting from GoDaddy or another company which provides email hosting e.g. Office 365, Google, Fasthosts etc. When you setup the email hosting you’ll be given an MX record which you’ll need to enter on Wix. This is basically a record which tells people who your email provider is and where to send route email. I hope I haven’t made this sound too complicated!
Hi guys, Sorry for the novice question. I am with wix and my website is already up and running. However, I was going to pay for an email address on Wix and was quoted £60 a years. Is there anywhere I can get something cheaper or does this give me the email address as well? I only need email address Thanks in asdvance
It is, but you to cancel that at any time
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Posted 27th May 2020Posted 27th May 2020
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Agreed, and it's next to impossible to work out how to get back within their limits. The new Gutenberg block editor on WordPress does not play nicely with their Entry Process limits after you hit an arbitrary page size.
ther are limits. you can only have a limited number of .php scripts i installed some plugins and now i cant even install a theme because i reached the limit see here: https://support.infinityfree.net/limits/this-site-has-used-all-available-php-apache-processes/
I expect the cap on bandwidth is a about 1MB/sec so restricted for all but one visitor at a time with an acceptable browsing experience though painfully slow downloads. Freemium web-hosting. Where's my bargepole.
I can't believe I missed both ;(
Stop waste your time with this offer. this company has a bad reputation and their business model is very suspicious. There is no such thing is free. if you are a beginner and you don't want to invest any money on your web server that is totally fine. you can subscribe one year free AWS or GOOGLE cloud.
Posted 27th Nov 2019Posted 27th Nov 2019
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Worth going with Namecheap guys. Check out their Black Friday Vault. :) www.namecheap.com
newbie here, what is renewal costs like with Namecheap. Guessing we can't renew next year during black Friday for discounted rates. Offer deals seam to be for 1 year hosting, is this the best length of time to buy hosting, domain email etc,,,
Please check the next year prices i got stung by one in the past
I use Falcoda and find them excellent and great value...
was here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-office-365-home-mcafee-total-protection-6-device-3330322 which is expired, currently 56 on amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00DRP537A/ but often drops in Black Friday
where can you get that, seems pretty good!
Expensive after a year, especially when you can get Office365 with same data storage for around £45 for 6 people.
I rather stick with my Onedrive or Google drive for important data.
Not just me with problems it seems - https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/11/26/tsohost_blacklist/
99p to try a VPS out is a steal. I presume they can't force me to renew at £500 odd quid in a year?! They seem very good at getting that figure in everywhere even on checkout lol.
Thanks for the pointers!
Fair enough. I've not had any issues myself, apart from the increase in price. Every time I've used the customer support they've been responsive and helpful.
We use Kualo now for the past year and a half or so and they've been really solid. Also had good experiences in the past with Siteground. UK Fast on the higher end (large scale hosting) have a good rep. Bluehost get fairly decent reviews but I have no personal experience with them at all.
Totally agree on this. Their server performance is so bad now that pages often take so long to load that it'll timeout. We used to get all our clients to use them, but they've all had to move away in recent months.
Yes, they also have an issue with their e-mail servers being black listed by Microsoft (so no TSO mail to hotmail / outlook). I hope they solve that soon.
They used to be good, but they've gone downhill since being bought out by GoDaddy. For a non professional/business website, they might be fine. If you're serious about your business, I'd look elsewhere.
Posted 11th Jun 2019Posted 11th Jun 2019
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I avoided GoDaddy at all costs would always prefer to pay the extra at Namecheap or elsewhere via a domain comparison site I owned (and sold on) now I’m a icann-accredited domain registrar myself and buy direct and just use whmcs as a way to manage and sell nice deal for a .com but normally they lock you in and own the domain for the first year not you ( dunno if they still do that)
Be warned godaddy insists u send in a copy of your passport within a week of purchase if u dont they steal them.
@UrKo @swhdesigns point a monitoring service at them, they'll go down all right! Sometimes not entirely, just the SQL server but that's usually enough to take a site down unless it's a static site. But it's really potluck down to what cluster the sites end up on.
Completely agree I have around 100 sites with them and they have been nothing but helpful when contacting the only support
I have a number of sites hosted with TSOHosts and have always found their service was very good. Very rarely if ever have any down time and always seem very helpful and answer questions quickly.
@dobo completely agree - think they're part of GoDaddy now which says enough.
The business was sold a while back, the support teams are all Russian. The service is terrible, constant downtime if you're on a bad cluster, overloaded SQL servers etc. Moved to Krystal and the service has been flawless, all UK based.
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I'd disagree with Atom being slow, because it ain't. I've used Atom, VS Code and Sublime. I find myself sticking with Sublime through and through, even after weeks of trialing Atom or VS Code. To teach with, maybe yeah but the best tool, nah. I'd also argue you'd still need to grasp CSS in general before attempting CSS Grid (media queries etc). I'm not entirely sure why you'd discourage the use of something like SASS either, it's a great tool to add into your toolbox and simplifies things - in fact I'd say they'd go well together. It's not needed, granted, but it helps. Bootstrap is understandable, it's about time we moved away from bloated frameworks. If you have to use a framework, something like Susy or even LostGrid would be a far superior choice due it's small footprint, providing you have knowledge of GULP and NPM. Prepackaged frameworks, I'd go with Zurb Foundation.
this won't sort out the wife's back-end then
Posted 19th Jan 2019Posted 19th Jan 2019
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£1.20 a month for hosting, domain, SSL and personal consultant, sounds good to me! (y) P.s. Website says £1 a month, but that doesn't include vat.
I've been with 1&1 since they started over 19 years ago. In the last couple of years domain renewals have steadily gone up and up and now the original owners have sold out the new people have whacked the prices up again! Search results dropped off the cliff a couple of years ago because they were using Comodo and that fell out of favour with Google search. Along with Go Daddy, 1 & 1 are no longer my choice and I have found Namecheap easier to use along with their dashboard and better search. Namecheap do 3 years domain .co.uk registration for £17 as well.
Posted 10th Jan 2019Posted 10th Jan 2019
Web hosting (100 GB), domain name and Office 365 email for 1 year £14.40 @ GoDaddy£14.40GoDaddy Deals
Terrible host, I’ve had cancelled services with them for years and they still pester me constantly calling, emailing, despite me unsubscribing from everything. Nearly as bad as 1and1 🙈
Namecheap is fantastic. Great company.
Yep, they're very good. Including their live chat which you rarely get kept waiting, and they actually try to answer any queries, unlike godaddy who love to sell you trash products in live chat, that do absolutely nothing to resolve the issue you have.
I have used namecheap for about 10 years now. Full email on two account plus personal domain hosting costs me about £6 a year give or take