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Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-26-2009

[eluser]taewoo[/eluser]
Looking for a hosting solution that can

1) support Codeigniter (thus PHP and mysql)
2) supports standard .htacess (i know Dreamhost and Hostgator have weird .htacess issues) - i need to do URI AND query string
3) relatively stable as far as stability
4) relatively inexpensive

Thanks


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-26-2009

[eluser]Flemming[/eluser]
I use Fasthosts or 1and1 (both UK based) and they're fine for Codeigniter, PHP, MySQL, .htaccess.

what would you consider to be relatively inexpensive?


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-26-2009

[eluser]eoinmcg[/eluser]
I've tried many different hosts in my time, all with their issues.

For the past year I've been using Slicehost.com and cannot praise them highly enough. Excellent documentation, no downtime to date and reasonably priced.


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-26-2009

[eluser]Jamie Rumbelow[/eluser]
MediaTemple are fantastic. Great support, great system and great service. I can't recommend them more highly.

Jamie


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-26-2009

[eluser]Twisted1919[/eluser]
[quote author="Jamie Rumbelow" date="1259280414"]MediaTemple are fantastic. Great support, great system and great service. I can't recommend them more highly.

Jamie[/quote]

I second that .


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-27-2009

[eluser]markup2go[/eluser]
Rackspace Cloud and Slicehost are my choices Wink


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-27-2009

[eluser]vickel[/eluser]
I put my money (literally) on superb.net


Need hosting recommendation - El Forum - 11-27-2009

[eluser]GamingFusion[/eluser]
I just made a website for a client and she chose Host Monster. Its a great host and it does support .htaccess files and so on. Its like $5.95USD(i think) right now.

My only issue is weird FTP. You have to use the IP address and not your ftp domain they tell you to use.(ftp.yoursite.com).