the Account Control Panel?
Control Panel makes managing your web space fun and easy.
This extraordinary interface offers you a way to quickly
view account-related information and provides easy access
to the wide variety of tools and utilities that come with
your account. With the click of a mouse, you can
administer your web space, e-mail accounts, directories,
cgi-bin (program script storage area) and all the special
features offered, including site statistics. You can even
add additional features to your account whenever you need
them. Gain control and flexibility to make changes within
your own time frame and according to your own particular
host foreign domains?
domain names will work with all of our accounts.
auto responders and how many do I receive?
You can set
up auto responders to automatically respond to incoming
email. For example, if you had an order form which your
customers email to you, you can set up an auto responder
to email the customer a confirmation message that their
message was received.
email aliases and how many can I use?
aliases are email addresses that you create. Any mail sent
to these aliases would automatically be forwarded to your
existing POP email account or redirected to another third
party POP account.
You can have as many email aliases as you want, your mail
account is pre-configured to "Catch All" email
directed at email@example.com.
account come with web statistic software?
analysis software comes pre-installed with every web
hosting account! We use different statistics software with
different plans, like Webalizer, AWStats and other
have a database system?
MySQL. We have found that our members prefer MySQL because
it is a relatively easy-to-use database program.
Our Windows plans can use
also MS-Access database which is specific software for
Windows OS only.
each virtual server have its own raw log files?
have your own raw log files.
version of Perl do you use?
version 5.8.x Perl modules CGI.pm and LWP are installed.
Do you offer
SSI is on
all of our servers. You just need to be sure that you call
your files with the .shtml extension