Re: [WSG] web hosting

2009-09-04 Thread James Ducker
A free host that supports multi-tiered .NET applications...

Best of luck!


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Re: [WSG] web hosting

2009-09-04 Thread info

I doubt you'll find a free host that supports all those needs.
Especially considering nearly all your requirements need licensing.
You should seriously consider using a Linux based host, and as much Open 
Source stuff that you can.


Also, not meaning to flame you, but if you think the server needs to 
support javascript, then I doubt you really know what your doing. 
Javascript comes down to the client side browser, not the server side host.



Marvin Hunkin wrote:

hi.
just looked at one site http://www.110mb.com but does not have my 
requirements.

i need to have a free webhost, that is accessible.
as do not have a credit card.
that support cgi, visual studio 2008, sql 2008, as building a three tier 
site using visual web developer and sql with a friend.

and also need java script, possibly php.
can any one recommend any thing at all.
cheers Marvin. 





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Re: [WSG] web hosting

2009-09-04 Thread David Dorward

On 4 Sep 2009, at 13:53, info wrote:
Also, not meaning to flame you, but if you think the server needs to  
support javascript, then I doubt you really know what your doing.  
Javascript comes down to the client side browser, not the server  
side host.



cough http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server-side_JavaScript

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Re: [WSG] web hosting

2009-09-04 Thread Chris Knowles

info wrote:

Also, not meaning to flame you, but if you think the server needs to 
support javascript, then I doubt you really know what your doing. 
Javascript comes down to the client side browser, not the server side host.




javascript is a server side and client side language, so maybe Marvin 
needs it on the server


Marvin, is this a small project site or a commercial site? Because if 
it's just a project, maybe theres someone out there with some kind of 
reseller account that could give you some space for free? I have one and 
I would, but it's Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP hosting. As others have stated, 
the problem you have is the technologies you require have expensive 
licenses and so free hosting is going to be hard to come by. But if you 
confirm it's only a small site, maybe someone out there has a bit of 
spare space?


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Re: [WSG] web hosting

2009-09-04 Thread Matijs
Hey Marvin,
Another question, also most certainly not one to flame or offend in any way.
From some of your previous posts to the list I've concluded, but correct me
if I'm wrong, that you're a blind developer from Australia. I assume, but
please correct me if I'm wrong, that English is your native language.

I'm not a native English speaker myself and your posts are usually very
short and hardly ever use punctuation or capitals. The combination doesn't
make it easy for me (and I don't think I'm the only one) to understand what
it is exactly that you want or need help with.
So if at all possible, and once again, feel free to explain if you can't for
whatever reason, but if at all possible could you try to use a few more
periods, commas and capitals. It would make your posts a whole lot more
readable and you'd probably get a lot more help.

Good luck on finding an accessible webhost that suits your needs. I'm afraid
I can't help you there.

Best,

Matijs

PS. I tried to put this in the nicest way possible. Please don't be
offended, it's the last thing I want to do.

On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 1:19 PM, Marvin Hunkin startrekc...@gmail.comwrote:

 hi.
 just looked at one site http://www.110mb.com but does not have my
 requirements.
 i need to have a free webhost, that is accessible.
 as do not have a credit card.
 that support cgi, visual studio 2008, sql 2008, as building a three tier
 site using visual web developer and sql with a friend.
 and also need java script, possibly php.
 can any one recommend any thing at all.
 cheers Marvin.




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Re: [WSG] web hosting

2009-09-04 Thread info
So it is, my mistake, oh I assumed 'cos he mentioned php and the other 
server side stuff, that he meant javascript in the way I meant.


Chris Knowles wrote:

info wrote:

Also, not meaning to flame you, but if you think the server needs to 
support javascript, then I doubt you really know what your doing. 
Javascript comes down to the client side browser, not the server side 
host.




javascript is a server side and client side language, so maybe Marvin 
needs it on the server


Marvin, is this a small project site or a commercial site? Because if 
it's just a project, maybe theres someone out there with some kind of 
reseller account that could give you some space for free? I have one 
and I would, but it's Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP hosting. As others have 
stated, the problem you have is the technologies you require have 
expensive licenses and so free hosting is going to be hard to come by. 
But if you confirm it's only a small site, maybe someone out there has 
a bit of spare space?






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