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Old 03-29-2008, 02:39 AM   #3
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Some useful points but there should be something about the host properly pre-testing the latest PHP version (for instance) before installing it on servers and about possible security issues on shared hosting.

I do support on a couple forums, for VirtueMart and for SnippetMaster and am alarmed by his comment that PHP works well on Windows servers. It does on properly configured systems but so often they are badly set up and getting scripts to work can be a nightmare.

I see my host company is in his top 10.

   
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