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ok, they both look really good. I really like the way hostrockets control panel looks, but the thing is I'm not sure how many gb a month I'd use. I don't think I'd use a lot but I want to be sure, and terabyte offers more gb per month. What's their control panel like, can I have more than one domain on an account?
That host that was deleted looked like it was worth looking at. But the url was deleted it looks like. Maybe it was spam. Can someone please reccomend some other hosts? Any that host multiple domains too please.
Technics, you seem to like http://www.hostrocket.com/ for their service. I am looking in to transferring my domain to Hostrocket. I am not sure how they go about transferring domains, was wondering if you or anyone here knows if they do and how long does it take?
Note: My main reason for considering moving my domain from http://www.websitesource.com/is a bandwidth problem.. I am at or near 4Gig transfer per month now.. Need more for around the same money.. I pay $19.95 per month, if I prepay for one year it is $15.96 per month. Any suggestions would be appreciated...
1) Sign up for new account at hostrocket (include domain)
2) Upload all files via FTP using the IP address.
3) Make sure everything is in order for new account.
4) Notify old host that you are moving.
5) Change nameserver info at registrar.
Step 5 will take a couple days for propagation of the domain (may take a bit longer for worldwide). I always change one small thing on the 'new' site, so I can tell once it has gone through.
I'm not all that familiar with the uk sytem, but I'd imagine that it takes the same time with both. This has more to do with the various ISPs and the times at which they update their errrr... tables would it be called? Anyway, I don't think it has much to do with the number of domains, more about *when* each ISP updates (I believe generally every 12 hours, just not all at the same 12 hours, so if you miss the updates by a minute, it could add at least 12 hours right there).
Feel free to correct any of this for those who know more about it.
Hey, thanks Chicken for the info it helps out knowing before hand what to do.. I just didn't think it was right for Web Site Source: http://www.websitesource.com/price_chart.htm to cut me down from 6Gig of bandwidth to 2Gigs and I prepaid for 2yrs like a dummy...lol