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Jan 29, 2006 12:03 AM|LINK
Unfortunately I have given up on GoDaddy. My client did not want to deal with the time constraints of the Club starterkit, so I figured I could use a DNN site and whip them up a site fast. Surprise GoDaddy offers DNN, but fail to tell you its stored on
a different server and you can not access the source for editing (not good). Trying to upload one I created on my local machine was a nightmare because of their restrictions on access to the database.
Anyway I switched to CrystalTech web hosting
http://www.crystaltech.com and although I get less site disk space (1gig vs 10gig) for the money I get more SQL disk space (200mb vs 100mb) and complete acces to my database and IIS configuration. I had the site up and running in 2 hrs and never had to
call support once.
Bottom line if you are serious about developing a site beyond its original setup good luck if you stay with GoDaddy.