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  1. #1
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    joomla hosting with good support on a budget

    do you know of any?
    I need good joomla support
    I will try to do stuff by myself
    I know SQL c++ html css vb

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  3. #3
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    you don't need c++ or VB for joomla - just css, html, php, and sql would do - and almost any host would be able to support joomla so depending on budget and how much space/bw you need, you shouldn't have a hard time finding something - if you want easy joomla installs then I'd recommend going with a company with either installatron or fantastico and check the offers section for deals and ask if they support joomla, etc.

    good luck

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    To run Joomla without problems you need a host that has Safe Mode and Register_globals turned off, phpsuexec or suPHP is recommended for easy files and folders permission management and better security.
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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by luespi View Post
    I need good joomla support
    I will try to do stuff by myself
    Sorry, but you will need to do stuff yourself, or pay someone to do it for you.

    I think you may be misunderstanding the roles of host and developer. The host's role is to provide and maintain a system on which you can install Joomla and develop your site. Almost all hosts offer a system on which Joomla will run; many of them also provide an auto-installer to make the initial installation easier; some even provide "Software as a service" (SaaS) where they maintain and update the Joomla install. The more the host does the more you should expect to pay, so SaaS may well be incompatible with your "on a budget" request, depending on exactly what your budget is.

    But in all cases it's up to you to create the website. Some hosts may be willing to help you to a degree (and again, the amount you pay is likely to influence how far they're willing to go) but ultimately it's your job to build your site or hire a developer to do it for you.

    I think you should start by getting your site built, then look for hosting when it's ready. You can run Joomla on a home computer for test and development (eg. running xampp) or if you decide to hire a developer they should have their own systems to work on.

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    You do not need much if any programming knowledge to host a joomla website. Just a webhost with one-click install such as Fantastico or Installatron would do.

  9. #9
    I think almost every good host provides support for joomla and other related tools. Have you done any research yet or have u looked any webhost for their options even?=)

  10. #10
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    Jun 2006
    Quote Originally Posted by arty101 View Post
    I think almost every good host provides support for joomla and other related tools. Have you done any research yet or have u looked any webhost for their options even?=)
    Most hosts will provide a way to install joomla and I'd guess basic support. I wouldn't *generally* expect all hosts to provide direct support for a joomla installation as that would be application support.

    Most hosts are there to provide OS/Control Panel/Hardware/Network support. Just understand that the host will expect you to have some basic knowledge of the application.

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