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#21
We, the people here, are always looking for free things. =))
Read The ******* Manual
I have nothing against using your VPS for learning purposes.
But coming here and demanding help every time you
encounter even one tiny error, IS NOT LEARNING.
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#22
what is the hosting system that use 000webhost? (example: ispcp, vistapanel, or another)
#23
Umm... custom panel? Doesn't look like any control panel I know.
Read The ******* Manual
I have nothing against using your VPS for learning purposes.
But coming here and demanding help every time you
encounter even one tiny error, IS NOT LEARNING.
http://www.google.com/
#24
(2011-02-07, 6:31:13 pm)bogdi000 Wrote: Umm... custom panel? Doesn't look like any control panel I know.

I believe 000webhost designed that themselves to make the free accounts worse.
#25
000webhost I think used cPanel but created a custom template and removed quite alot of features of cPanel.
#26
Hmmm.... that is probably what happened. I mean, all the basics are there... just a looks a little worse ....
I think that 000webhost used to give out free VPS, but stopped after i think it was bandwidth usage or they just couldn't afford it anymore :V
#27
Seriously, all the free shared and reseller hosting sucks. For every free hosting, there are two categories, A and B:

A - the host is good, gives you lots of things you wouldn't get on many paid hosts: good CPanel, good support, fast speeds, support for lots of technologies (PHP, Perl, Ruby on Rails, etc. etc.), automated installers and all the state-of-the-art things. You start creating a website and you're successful with it, you get lots of visits, and you're happy. But... some day, the host reduces the free plans, goes slow like hell, or worse, all the plans become paid and you must pay, or even worse, the host goes offline forever along with your site - and nobody explains you why!

B - The webhosting sucks completely from the first look: often their website makes it look like it's a scam, and in fact it is. Slow speeds, overloaded servers, stupid FTP that doesn't let you upload more than 1 file at once nor files bigger than few MBs, old PHP version with safe_mode on (that is, if you're lucky enough to have PHP)... do I need to say anything else about this type of web hosts?

For me, the type A is the worse: they make you create a good website, then after some months disappear leaving you without website and your visitors (or users) disappointed (or really mad).

I have tried for sure more than 50 free web hosts, and I can classify them all into one of these categories. The B type of free hosts is the most common, and they are also the ones which are online for more time (but that doesn't mean good server uptime).

Unfortunately, I'm forced to classify dmmcintyre3's my-webhost.info to type A category: in fact, the service has been shutdown without myself taking knowledge of it - it's the definitive end of g.ro.lt and n.irc.su, as well as my email, admin@g.ro.lt. g.ro.lt and n.irc.su have had several downtime problems, but now it seems it's forever. Not that I mind it much, what I'm more worried about is about my mailbox, from which I don't have any backups and where I had stored lots of important electronic correspondence.
#28
(2011-04-13, 3:45:31 am)gbl08ma Wrote: Seriously, all the free shared and reseller hosting sucks. For every free hosting, there are two categories, A and B:

A - the host is good, gives you lots of things you wouldn't get on many paid hosts: good CPanel, good support, fast speeds, support for lots of technologies (PHP, Perl, Ruby on Rails, etc. etc.), automated installers and all the state-of-the-art things. You start creating a website and you're successful with it, you get lots of visits, and you're happy. But... some day, the host reduces the free plans, goes slow like hell, or worse, all the plans become paid and you must pay, or even worse, the host goes offline forever along with your site - and nobody explains you why!

B - The webhosting sucks completely from the first look: often their website makes it look like it's a scam, and in fact it is. Slow speeds, overloaded servers, stupid FTP that doesn't let you upload more than 1 file at once nor files bigger than few MBs, old PHP version with safe_mode on (that is, if you're lucky enough to have PHP)... do I need to say anything else about this type of web hosts?

For me, the type A is the worse: they make you create a good website, then after some months disappear leaving you without website and your visitors (or users) disappointed (or really mad).

I have tried for sure more than 50 free web hosts, and I can classify them all into one of these categories. The B type of free hosts is the most common, and they are also the ones which are online for more time (but that doesn't mean good server uptime).

Unfortunately, I'm forced to classify dmmcintyre3's my-webhost.info to type A category: in fact, the service has been shutdown without myself taking knowledge of it - it's the definitive end of g.ro.lt and n.irc.su, as well as my email, admin@g.ro.lt. g.ro.lt and n.irc.su have had several downtime problems, but now it seems it's forever. Not that I mind it much, what I'm more worried about is about my mailbox, from which I don't have any backups and where I had stored lots of important electronic correspondence.

Can you post the entire difference between normal shared or VPS?
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#29
(2011-04-13, 7:10:59 am)luis123456 Wrote: Can you post the entire difference between normal shared or VPS?

Sorry but I can't understand your request.
My post is about the differences between free web hosts. Note that, for a better usage of the "scale", it must only be used in hosts that either have already died or that are more than two years old. That means, for example, that you can't use the A-B difference meter to classify HostingMotive, as it has been just created.

When more than two years have passed after HostingMotive creation, certainly we will be able to classify it into one of these categories, or else we have to create category C: The perfect web hosting, that is free forever and keeps it's promises forever Laugh
#30
In my opinion, 000webhost really isn't that bad... especially when it is free. They balance out the server loads so your website will run decently......




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