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FTP and PHP Nuke


Eagle75

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Hi,

 

i was wondering 1st of all what file i actually upload to FTP so that my website is hosted.... im guessing that all files need to be hosted on a database????

currently i am just using a local setup and would rather not use an ISP database because of the costing.

 

i have used FTP for a site before but only had to upload the "index" file.

 

also is there anyway to incorporate PHP Nuke templates/themes into osCommerce?

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not worth trying to save the low fee for a web site and domain, as both are very inexpensive.

 

dont know about phpnuke, i know phpbb can be integrated.

 

dont waste your time trying to make it work locally.

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There is an osCommerce port for phpnuke, called osc-nuke or something like that. Not sure how hard it'd be to get "normal" contributions to work with that version of osC, though.

 

-jared

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not worth trying to save the low fee for a web site and domain, as both are very inexpensive.

 

dont know about phpnuke, i know phpbb can be integrated.

 

dont waste your time trying to make it work locally.

 

 

well i have osC working locally fine ..... i know that a Domain and pagehosting is fairly cheap but .... if i need to host all the files on there database its like $500 per year.

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When I referred to making programmes work locally, I meant just that - for testing purposes only! I would never think of trying to run a website off a dsl connection from home. That wouldn't be a website - it would be a joke.

 

Like Mibble, I don't know who's charging $500 a year just for hosting files. Maybe if you wanted backups taken of your website and your database every day for a year, but not for basic hosting.

 

Vger

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