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Shaun.P
Feb 15, 2006, 02:14 PM
Hey,

I currently have a website, created using RapidWeaver - it's at http://shaun.martinplanttransport.co.uk. I am unhappy with the web address and I haven't updated it in some time.

Now I have a job, so I think I would like my own space on the web. .Mac is far too expensive in my eyes.

I want a website that won't have to get updated often (i.e. it won't have a blog). I want to have the following pages : About Me, Photography, My CV, Contact Me etc.

I live in the UK and I would like opinions on web hosts. Someone I know uses http://www.web-mania.com and they seem to like them. It'll work out around 35 (including the domain).

Does anyone in the UK use a better service and / or cheaper?

Thanks for any input, it is greatly appreciated.

Shaun



munkle
Feb 15, 2006, 05:19 PM
There a fair few threads on recommended webhosts already.

You can't go wrong with A Small Orange (http://asmallorange.com/services/hosting/). The "tiny" plan will most likely meet your needs and only costs $30 for the year. They'll also set you up with a domain name for $10.

With the exchange rate you're quids in!

Chacala_Nayarit
Feb 15, 2006, 05:56 PM
There a fair few threads on recommended webhosts already.

You can't go wrong with A Small Orange (http://asmallorange.com/services/hosting/). The "tiny" plan will most likely meet your needs and only costs $30 for the year. They'll also set you up with a domain name for $10.

With the exchange rate you're quids in!

Check ASO lifetime packages for 150 and 300. :D