Re: File I/O with Godaddy
- From: "P E Schoen" <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2011 19:05:28 -0500
"SAZ" wrote in message news:MPG.292ca0a479f998bb9896e0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"Christopher M." wrote in message news:j9uk5o$vtk$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
What's the most popular method for reading files hosted on Godaddy sites?
I'm putting together a company web site and I want to create a page
that displays an employee's contact information.
I have the free Godaddy hosting (no PHP).
No other way to say it, because it's been repeated ad nauseum -
Any business that can't afford $5/month for paid hosting should
not be called a business, but rather a hobby. Free hosting means
you're not really serious about conducting business.
That said, you need PHP, so get a paid hosting solution.
Yes, "free" usually means "ads", and unless they are clearly related to the business, they should not be on the website. If you create websites for others, you can use a single host and create as many sites as you wish, and charge the customer accordingly. But it's really not expensive, and represents only a small fraction of the cost to develop and maintain a website.
When I see a business website that is hosted by another company (such as Manta), the business loses some credibility. And even when business email addresses are on AOL or Yahoo or Gmail, I lose some trust and respect.
Also be careful about posting employee contact information on an unsecured public site. Phone numbers, email addresses, and other information should be kept in a database or file where access is password protected and/or limited to authorized users.
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