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  1. In Topic: launch a website

    Posted 28 Dec 2012

    You need to choose a web host. All web hosts offer the capability of registering domain names, thus you can choose the easy route and register with a web host. If you choose to do this ensure that your host has a positive reputation to ensure that they will release the domain to you upon leaving the company (without a due balance).

    As an alternate you can choose to register the domain with an accredited ICANN registrar such as enom, namecheap, godaddy, etc. This way you will always have full control over the domain and can use any web host you wish to host the actual site content. Choosing this method, you will need to update the ip the domain points to when you choose/change your hosting services.

    Either way you will need a web host to put up the site content.
  2. In Topic: Display a message in html?

    Posted 28 Dec 2012

    As previously suggested, I would use javascript to conduct the initial form field validation. As well, be sure to conduct a more thorough validation within your php code before any sql injection. Be sure to mysql escape your form fields to ensure your db/site/server are safe from sql injection.
  3. In Topic: Quality Web Hosting - FREE Domain Registration & Affiliate Program

    Posted 26 Dec 2012

    View Postsmohd, on 26 December 2012 - 09:43 AM, said:

    I think the signature link is enough, if you have updates, anyone following the link will see the updates which you have made.

    And also you can update your signature instead of posting a new topic for every update of your service.
    if anyone need to follow can follow the link in your signature.....just my few words for holidays

    A person's signature has nothing to do with a single thread. A signature is displayed globally on all posts, so updating my signature to reflect changes to a thread seems odd to me; however, as Gorian suggested, I do understand how replying to the thread would be a much better way to update viewers.

    View Postno2pencil, on 26 December 2012 - 09:48 AM, said:

    I am going to be honest here.

    You have less than 50 posts. You are not yet a part of the community. Regular members are not going to care about your services. If you are only here to advertise, then you are here for the wrong reasons.

    I did not join this message board with the intent to only advertise services, however I do not have adequate time throughout my days to spend gratuitous amounts of time on the many message boards that I visit. I do frequent some forums more than others, but I do search for new threads to converse with other members on occasion and I voice my opinions when I feel necessary. On the other hand, if I am going to be treated like a peasant due to my lack of activity or time spent on the forums that I guess I would be better off no longer being a member.
  4. In Topic: Quality Web Hosting - FREE Domain Registration & Affiliate Program

    Posted 26 Dec 2012

    View Postno2pencil, on 25 December 2012 - 09:13 PM, said:

    In your signature is enough. It's on every post, & we all get the message. 1 topic under 'advertise your services'.

    Anything more than that is too much.

    I understand, but when my service offers change and I wish to post my updated advertisement, what should you have me do with the outdated threads that I can no longer edit?
  5. In Topic: Quality Web Hosting - FREE Domain Registration & Affiliate Program

    Posted 25 Dec 2012

    I agree with spammy and annoying so what route would you like me to take if I need to change my advertisements?

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