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Will this only work with HostGator?

posted Sep 08, 2010 01:29:01 by Sue
Hello,
I basically asked this question here: http://neverfaillistbuilding.com/members/forum/#/20100830/hosting-question-for-bill-121958/ but it's been days now. Will the 'script's only work on HostGator? The reasons for my question are at the other post.
Thanks,
Sue
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Chris-Jarvis said Sep 08, 2010 02:47:45
I believe it has to do with the version of PHP and I guess hostgator has the latest version. I believe it was mentioned in the webinar last Friday. Hopefully, someone will chime in.
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Sue said Sep 08, 2010 03:08:34
Thanks, Chris...
That gets me a little closer to an answer. I don't suppose you know the version. Anyone?
Sheesh, that download was 405 MB;)
Some of us folks are still fighting traffic when webinars are held.
Sue
Edit: Much later...No, I didn't find my answer in the webinar.
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Chris-Jarvis said Sep 08, 2010 11:11:30
I really don't remember. Might be worth opening a ticket to get the exact info you need.
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Sue said Sep 09, 2010 03:47:20
TIcket, I don't think so because of all the griping about non-response, plus I asked about it on the webinar today and there was no reply.
*Now* I'm Really confused because I could swear that he said today that the criteria was 200 MB disk space and 10 MB bandwith per site. Maybe I'm wrong but even if I switch those numbers around I can't seem to get the Hosts to somehow relate to those numbers.
i also thought I understood this course better. I actually thought the subdomains were going to go on separate Cpanels, hence the reseller, but I kept wondering how that would work! I just watched one of the videos 'better' and it does indeed look like he uses each Cpanel *with* the subdomains with each main domain.
So, essentially the reseller part would be that you create possibly different niches on the different Cpanels?
I can't remember the last time I got overwhelmed, but boy I am now...
Thanks much:)
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Chris-Jarvis said Sep 09, 2010 10:48:39
On one cpanel is your host and all your subdomains.
Basically, in your public_html folder are the files for your root domain and then there is a folder for each subdomain with the files for that site in it.
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Sue said Sep 11, 2010 07:04:01
Yes, I know that...thought I was clear.
Thanks anyway:)
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Benson said Sep 11, 2010 07:34:04
I hired Tom Parker for the walkthrough with me today. He suggests that I put everything as unlimited. It'll reallocate as needed. Minimum disk space is about 5000 MB. Leave everything unlimited.
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Benson said Sep 11, 2010 07:41:40
Ok, I have reset my reseller packages to

disk space: 10000 mb = 10 gb
bandwith: 100000 mb = 100 gb

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Sue said Sep 11, 2010 07:42:34
That's very interesting (informative). A great tid-bit left out?
I'm sure we all appreciate that.
Thanks!
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stevaxx said Sep 11, 2010 20:40:56
Can anyone tell me how to reset the reseller packages? I cannot locate a WHM icon on cpanel.

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