Cheap Webhost that Supports ColdFusion MX

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by AfTheRock, Mar 4, 2003.

  1. AfTheRock

    AfTheRock Guest

    Does anyone know where I ca find a cheap UK webhost that supports ColdFusion MX, and has quite abit of Webspace, like 50MB or more.

    I have been searching for a few days, and cant seem to find a good deal, most of them are either American, and British, or are too Expensive for a beginer Web Designer like me. Should be under £300 per annum at the most.
     
  2. syn

    syn long live xp0!

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    check out surpasshosting.com
     
  3. X-Istence

    X-Istence * Political User

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    Do note that coldfusion is hardly used anymore on sites these days, most now either support ASP ( Windows ), or PHP/Perl ( Unix ).
     
  4. AfTheRock

    AfTheRock Guest

    syn, thanks for the host.

    X-Istence, you seem to know more about this kind of stuff than me, so how would you exactly create a your own Content Managent System, using ASP for Windows or PHP/Perl for Unix. Is there any tool to simplify this, or would you have to do it all manulally. Also, do you know any sites where I can find tutorials in creating a CMS using the ASP, PHP or Perl.

    Thanks
     
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    Geffy Moderator Folding Team

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  6. AfTheRock

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    Thanks for you help

    I'll try these sites out.

    BTW: Geffy, your from Manchester, so am I, and should be starting UMIST this year, if I get the results I need.
     
  7. aswettla

    aswettla Guest

    use php
     
  8. Geffy

    Geffy Moderator Folding Team

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    Re: Thanks for you help

    Cool what you planning on doing?
    Good luck with the exams :)
     
  9. AfTheRock

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    Re: Re: Thanks for you help

    Should be doing Computation, and then a Business degree after that, and might take one of them into PHD level, if I like them.

    But I need very good results, atleast a BBC, so thanks for your luck.
     
  10. Geffy

    Geffy Moderator Folding Team

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    I am doing a Masters in Mechatronic Engineering, I needed BBC to get in as well, but I got BCC. But mine is an under-subscribed course, I dunno about yours.