[teknoids] hosting and domain name

Tracey McCartney tracey at fairhousing.com
Wed Apr 25 18:07:40 EDT 2007


Godaddy's a pretty good and inexpensive registrar.  Web hosts I've used 
and liked: Total Choice Hosting, Hostmonster, InMotion Hosting.  All 
have or at least support what you want.



Tracey


John Quentin Heywood wrote:

>Hey Folks,
>
>Got some quick non-official-business questions for you all:  My wife's book 
>club wants a nifty spifty website with all kinds of bells and whistles, and I 
>have been dragooned ^h^h^h^h^h^h^h^h^h drafted into making it so.  Not having 
>ventured forth into the whole webhosting and domain name registering biz for 
>quite a while, I was wondering if any of you had recommendations for:
>
>1) low-cost, competent domain name registration
>
>2) similarly low-cost, competent web hosting with php, perl, mysql, drupal, 
>etc., and email.
>
>Many thanks, as always.
>  
>
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