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Does ASPHostPortal.com hosting works with Drupal 7.34

Hello friends,

basically the title says it all. Do you know if ASPHostPortal.com Hosting works well with Drupal 7.34 as shared hosting?

any ideas? Please advice


GoDaddy Alternatives?

I'm here just wondering whether I should stick to GoDaddy for my Drupal site or to find some alternatives. My site is about the experiences and discussions of skin caring, so having a large number of images, videos and outside links. Previously, I'm using GoDaddy Deluxe plan. To be frank, the hosting service is not bad, but also not good. I have used it for one year, encountering 4 downtime. The page loading speed is fine, but my readers always complaint about the loading speed of the videos. Now, my site is growing naturally and my hosting account is going to expire.

Is the cheap shared 1and1 plan ok for Drupal?

I'm always hesitant to go with any host that offers "unlimited" anything but I'm working with someone that is a strong 1and1 advocate, is there anyone with experience using them here to host Drupal? We're running a small site that gets maybe 500 unique visitors per month.

Should I change the Name Servers?


I purchased my domain name from GoDaddy, and am now trying to host my site with HostGator.

NowI have a few questions w.r.t to the change of Name Servers:

1) After changing the name servers, do I need to pay HostGator (instead of GoDaddy) in the future to keep my domain?

2) Should I keep the name servers separate with the web host (e.g., host site with HostGator, while use the Name Servers from GoDaddy)? what is the pros and cons by doing this?

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!


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