Who is the Admin Of this Website ?
Who is the Admin Of this Website ? How To Know it ?
You can click on the link at the bottom of the main forum page:
View Forum Leaders
Well, you could find out who owns the domain by doing a standard WHOIS lookup; but the domain owner might hire or otherwise get someone to administer the site.
Or at the bottom of every page it states:
Property of Quinstreet Enterprise.
Copyright 2013 QuinStreet Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Owner and Admin are two different entities Steve R Jones...
If you click on "Quick Links" and select "View Forum Leaders" you will get a list of forum mods and admins
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Gee slash slash dot slash - I know that.
If you'll read the whole thread you'll quickly see the topic changed
A Web Admin, also known as a Web Systems Engineer or similar title, is a person responsible for the systems which lie behind your favorite Web sites. Designers make the pretty pictures and CSS, programmers churn out the Java/PHP/Ruby/whatnot (or .NET if you're a poor benighted bastard). Admins make it all run. Like Scotty from Star Trek, although usually working to keep the ecommerce revenue/viral videos/porn flowing rather than dilithium crystal-produced warp energy.
Uptime! Performance! Security! Efficiency! Agility! If they're "everyone's job" then they're no ones' job.
Want to be a Web Admin? Web Admins have a system administration skillset, but are not system administrators. They have programming knowledge, but are not traditional Web developers. They need to understand their business model, but aren't suits. Their job is to focus on the systems and technologies that fall into the gaps between these worlds. In smaller shops it's a part time job, but once you get to any real size it's a whole team.
Steve Smith - you appear to be posting the above as if it's your own thoughts.
I found the exact same words at these two sites:
Do you own those sites?
You should always post links to articles when you copy and paste them from other sources.
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