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    Site Hosting Advice

    I am working on my first webpage for a client (a friend), and don't know much about setting up a host. I have an account with x10hosting and am in need of some advice. Should I set him up under my account, or create a separate account for the client and bill directly to him? There won't be many changes once it's up, but he will need me to make them when they do occur.

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    Most web hosting sites just flat out suck. Not only do they look spammy and unreliable, they are spammy and unreliable.

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    You can always check Low End Box - Cheap VPS Hosting Providers Listing & Reviews for the bottom of the barell pricing.
    I use Linode and DigitalOcean all the time for all my projects like Magento Extensions, Plugins & Modules | Rating of Best ones! and if you want RAM (you should, unless disk constrained) right now Linode has the best price on a 2GB instance. I used Vultr at some point but since I already am invested in the two above I didn't want to start using a third offering the same features at the same price. I also had a dedicated box with online.net for about one year and I have nothing to fault them.
    I find AWS too complicated for personal use and I never am sure of what am I going to pay.

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    If you want to avoid being responsible for your friend's yearly prolongation, set up a separate account for them so that they will be billed directly.


 

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