IMOP - The very best is to buy each take into account each domain to avoid Website hosts to seal lower your bank account. They are able to just say X domain of yours are utilizing an excessive amount of assets,etc and thats it!

Hello there,

I am presently using FutureQuest to host a number of my sites, and employ their domain stacking option quite extensively (a chance to have multiple sites using their own domain names running on one account). However , you pay a $25 setup fee for every new domain, that we suppose is fair, but I'd rather never pay. What are the RELIABLE hosts offering this, that don't charge or charge merely a minimal setup fee for that subsequent domain names?

PS. Each domain will need it's own email (i.e. whatever@thatdomain.com)

Thanks!
I don't are conscious of many web hosting companies that will provide the services that you simply referred to. The truth that FutureQuest has the choice for $25 seams like a good deal. Even though it is ideal for clients to have the ability to host multiple domain names on one account, most web hosting companies don't like to provide that option. If your client is hosting four internet sites on one account, the net host is transporting the burden of 4 sites using the financial earnings of just one site.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta

Rietta Solutions
Internet: http://web.rietta.com
E-Mail: websolutions@rietta.com
Phone: 770-623-2059
Fax: 770-495-0914
My opportunity provides the same option with this merchant account. However, while we don't charge any setup fee, we all do charge $5 extra monthly for every domain you host around after initial 2 domain names located. So essentially you having to pay $60 each year for every domain that is covers additional traffic cost.

I believe that the best choice may be remaining with FutureQuest. From things i heard they've among the best status in the market and gambling your multiple websites on someone else to save $ 1 is probably not the best brand out there.

Genady Perchenko
AnGen Computing
gperchenko@angen.internet
http//www.angen.internet
My opportunity Symbiosis.Nu might have the ability to assist you. We provide accounts with multi-domain support. Our site is http://www.symbiosis.nu/
One possibility for you may be to utilize a service for example myinternet.com, then make use of a CGI script to redirect other domain names to subdirectories. By doing this, you are able to remain at futurequest, who appears to possess a good status, and get free from having to pay the $25.

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Using a redirect CGI works, as long as you've got a unique ip.
It's also possible to achieve that by using .htaccess.
The MyDomain product as MyInternet is free of charge (u just spend the money for InterNIC charges for the domain names). It gives u the functionality to redirect the domain to a different URL.

e.g. www.mynewdomain.com - www.mydomain.com/anylocation

If you wish to allow it to be seem like a totally separate site, you'd require a devoted Ip for the host, then point the www.mynewdomain.com towards the Ip at MyDomain. In your server, the default page would need to perform a calculation to sort out what to do. For instance, index.asp works out what prepared to display in line with the asked for domain title.
Here's an example of utilizing an .htaccess file to simulate another domain:

Code: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond % !^[^.]+.maindomain.com RewriteCond % ^www.([^.]+).com RewriteCond % !seconddomain RewriteRule ^(.*) %1/$1/ [L] RewriteCond % !maindomain.com RewriteCond % ^([^.]+).com RewriteCond % !seconddomain RewriteRule ^(.*) %1/$1/ [L] RewriteCond % !^www.maindomain.com$ [NC] RewriteCond % !^maindomain.com$ [NC] RewriteCond % !^www.[^.]+.maindomain.com$ [NC] RewriteCond % !^[^.]+.maindomain.com$ [NC] RewriteCond % !^www.seconddomain.com$ [NC] RewriteCond % !^seconddomain.com$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.+) %$1 [C] [This message continues to be edited by Rietta Solutions (edited 04-15-2000).]
No matter what you need to do avoid http://www.symbiosis.nu/ I requested him for references once and that he declined to supply individuals in my experience. I've heard horror tales relating to this company on allot of other boards and form things i often hear he's been began of boards previously. So your large favor and avoid that clown.
Thanks greatly for your replies.

Does anybody are conscious of any site or any other resource that may describe the entire process of establishing this .htaccess file (for idiot's so to speak)?

May be the .htaccess file like the index.asp file referred to within the replies?

Many thanks for the help!
Jerry, I've recognized what you are, you're Dork of JRC Systems. Bummer, I looked on Host Search.com's forum, and observed the insolvency practitioners were super close.
This really is less than what you are able be searching for but maybe i'm able to help you. This really is not marketed on our website. We are able to host 10 domain names for you personally such as this. You select our compensated hosting solutions maybe the starter package at ?4.95 per month and purchase this account on the yearly basis and well allow you to host up to 10 domain names for ?30 annually all obtaining the saem features as the primary account and that we may also set them up to to cloak or redirect for your primary domain. So technically you'd be having to pay ?90/$144 annually. We as needed charges you ?5 per 5 domain names after 10 therefore it turns into a ?1 a website. Not what you're searching for but a choice if you would like more particulars message me.
May also you kep personal bikkering low it will make either of the comapny's look large. In reality basically saw an individual bickering match between two hosts i wouldn't consider hosting together just my 25p

Initially published by John:
Jerry, I've recognized what you are, you're Dork of JRC Systems. Bummer, I looked on Host Search.com's forum, and observed the insolvency practitioners were super close.


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.htaccess is really a text file that works as a configuration apply for Unix accounts. It's not made through the browser, but can be used to effect the way the site works. For example, it's possible to make use of the .htaccess file to specify custom error messages, redirect pages, set directory passwords, plus much more. The mod rewrite engine becomes very complicated as well as I don't completely understand it!

I recommend trying to find .htaccess and find out what you could search up.

[URL=http://www.altavista.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=q&sc=on&hl=on&q=.htaccess&kl=XX&stype=stext]http://www.altavista.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=q&sc=on&hl=on&q=.htaccess&kl=XX&stype=stext[/UR L] is AltaVista?s information.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta

Does anybody are conscious of any site or any other resource that may describe the entire process of establishing this .htaccess file (for idiot's so to speak)?

May be the .htaccess file like the index.asp file referred to within the replies?
[This message continues to be edited by Rietta Solutions (edited 04-17-2000).]
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