Im sorry its not listed on the facebook anymore, but when you register it will show you that it is a recurring coupon, I register hosting a few days ago. It was listed as a recurring discount, I guess they deleted the post.
Most shared plans have no set limits, just how ever much it takes to use too much sever load and degrade service for other sites on the server. Just make sure to optimize things on your site so you don't have issues. Images are a big thing, optimizing them for the web makes a huge difference with how many resources you will use. I am on host gator now and never had issues with a lot of bandwidth. When I first started I used a lot because I did not optimize anything but never was a problem, I ended up doing it to speed up the site the more I learned about everything. The only time I had issues was with hackers trying to do brute force on password protected area and host gator was very good at fixing it. That kind of stuff uses a lot of sever load, not regular traffic. But with being conscience about things like image size I now use a lot less bandwidth with more traffic which will keep my three sites on the cheap shares plans a while longer instead of upgrading :-) you can also use cloudflare to reduce it even more, I use it on two sites and it works well and is free. As long as u are not hosting torrents or streaming video most will be fine with a shared plan.
Also to the other poster, I see no mention in the tos about using it as a backup on this Service, I do now that host gator does prohibit that so i am guessing this company would not look kindly on it ether.
Do you know how many inodes they allow on the unlimited plan. I am currently host with another company on an unlimited plan that limit you to 250000 inodes. I am unable to find this on their website though.
if you're looking to take advantage of CPU power with this host I highly suggest you proceed with caution. Most unlimited low-cost plans like these are simply nothing more than oversold servers that they bet you won't be maxing out. Heavy CPU users are the first to be given the boot, followed by bandwidth
Can someone explain unlimited domains? Is it just sending multiple .com domain names to the same one website OR being able to host multiple websites under one account?
This confused me as well. HostGator had the same cPanel setup.
I believe the technical explanation is that each domain is technically hosted at subdomain3.domain.com. To site visitors, it just shows up as subdomain3.com (site names are examples, not actual addresses).
In plain English, each domain has it's own web address and storage and appears as such to visitors. In the server's backend, each domain is stuck in a folder inside of the main domain's account.
Quick question. Does anyone know if there is an automated site-moving process? I want to move a handful of sites from HostGator, but manually downloading each WordPress install via FTP and then doing setups on the new server and then writing over the files on the new server via FTP means a massive PITA and a few hours of transferring and downtime.
If there isn't an automated site migrator, is there a guide online somewhere to speed up the process? I haven't migrated hosts in a while.
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