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    Is godaddy.com good?

    Is godaddy.com good? they afforded a super bowl commercial, so they must be decent i would think. $9 to have a .com for a yr, $3.16 a month for hosting. Are they good?

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    Please don't cross-post.

    Adam

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    You get what you pay for.
    Just hope you don't ever need their customer service.

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    I have over 200 domains registered with GoDaddy and I find them to be a very reliable domain registrar. They have a good management system if you have only a few domains, but it seems a little lack when you have to manage over 100 domains. They have always replied to my tech support request within 48 hours and there prices are unbeatable, so I choose them for all my domain registration needs.

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    I don't know about you but 48 hours seems pretty slow to get a response.
    Since you have so many domains you should try AIT's virtual registrar program - it costs you $1.00 to become your own registrar and domain names are only 7.99 there (aitdomains.com)

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    I have 7 domain names registered with GoDaddy, so I think they are very good. Fast, reliable, and they are always offering low cost prices and promotions.

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    I have 2 domains registered with godaddy.com. So far, no complaints.

    And for me, they're affordable, particularly since I'm registering for a few years in one go.

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    ya good, you can also have an look over http://www.ev1severs.com/domains

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    they work great for me. one month and no problems yet!

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    problem with godaddy hosting

    I have a big problem with godaddy hosting
    I put .htaccess file and it blocked access for every type of file(jpg,txt,html..etc) but it didnt block access for .php files and I dont understand why

    The same htaccess I put it on different ather hosts and there it blocked
    everything(php files too)

    Support from godady said that they cant help me with this problem

    AuthUserFile ................../htaccess

    AuthName "mypage"
    AuthType Basic
    <Limit GET POST>
    order allow,deny
    allow from all
    deny from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    </Limit>


    I also tried this

    AuthUserFile ........................../htaccess

    AuthName "mypage"
    AuthType Basic
    <Limit GET POST>
    <Files ~ "^.*\.([Pp][Hh][Pp])">
    order allow,deny
    allow from all
    deny from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    </Files>
    </Limit>

    It blocks access for every type of file but not for .php files


    Did U have this problem with godaddy.com??

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    hmm

    i don't know much about godaddy but i do know that if you want a non-HTML host that doesn't fool around, go to register.com, you can use a normal domain name and a pagebuilder that doesn't require java (as i've been told and have seen) but there prices are the same as most NORMAL websites $150 IF you use all there other features i think

    on the other hand you could use something like Geocities there cheap and you get your own domain nam, and a decent pagebuilder for 8.95 a month, but i HIGHLY discourage the use of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinoth
    ya good, you can also have an look over http://www.ev1severs.com/domains
    https://domains.ev1servers.net/cgi-bin/reg_system.cgi is probably what you meant.

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    <Files ~ "^.*\.([Pp][Hh][Pp])">
    It would be eaiser to do (PHP|php)

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    it didnt work

    I tried like this
    <Limit GET POST>
    <Files ~ "^.*\.(PHP|php)">
    order allow,deny
    allow from all
    deny from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    </Files>
    </Limit>

    but the same result it didnt block the access of php files

    I also tried

    <Limit GET POST>
    <Files ~ "myfile.php">
    order allow,deny
    allow from all
    deny from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    </Files>
    </Limit>

    also didnt work

    And the support says that they cant help me...that is not their fault ...very strange because on 3 ather hosts the same htaccess is working fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanim
    ya,

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