3 Months In...
Posted 18 May 2006 - 01:37 PM
I must say I have been throroughly shocked. Once I signed up and poked around a bit with cPanel there were toys (install scripts) that I didn't expect, and my server hasn't crashed once.
THEN came the joys since then: more bandwidth, more space, Ruby (still haven't used it, but I will), Fantastico (even MORE scripts to play with), and a great, friendly, and helpful support family. I will say that even if the new/fun features hadn't been added I would still be here due to the personal level of support and friendship in the forums.
I find it rare that a company anywhere can provide great service, features, AND a personal environment.
I'm glad one of my buddies referred me to this organization.
Now I'm off to find tutorials and see if I can figure out what some of these scripts use.
Posted 18 May 2006 - 01:43 PM
When you are looking for tutorials for the scripts included in cPanel and Fantastico don't forget to use Google. I usually find what I am looking for with it. Also check out the scripts developer site. Most of them have support forums for their scripts and you can find a wealth of information there. And as always if you get stuck the TCH forum is always ready to lend a helping hand trying to get you back on track.
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Posted 18 May 2006 - 05:58 PM
SamiSite.com CSB and WYSIWYG program tutorials
Feel free to right click the silly little forum images I use and save them to your own website space.
Then link to your own site. Please don't hotlink to my website to use the images. Thanks!
Posted 19 May 2006 - 04:04 AM
Yes have fun with all the new scripts
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