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Topic # 24070 14-Jul-2008 16:10
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Just wondering who much space we are allocated.
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  Reply # 147816 14-Jul-2008 16:15
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as a guess I would say 10mb (like most other isps)

but I cant vouch for that as Im not with orcon

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  Reply # 147947 14-Jul-2008 23:32
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mentalinc: Just wondering who much space we are allocated.
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As far as I know none... or at least I got none.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 149240 18-Jul-2008 18:29
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mentalinc: Just wondering who much space we are allocated.
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As far as I am aware it was 10 mb.


Hope this helps :)


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  Reply # 149241 18-Jul-2008 18:34
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mentalinc: Just wondering who much space we are allocated.

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Is it worth it. I mean they put google ads on the page. You can get good hosting for less than $10-20 a month.


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  Reply # 152792 30-Jul-2008 20:14
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You get 10 megs free with google ads included.

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  Reply # 152945 31-Jul-2008 11:24
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Pretty sure it's 10mb. Don't use frames though as they insert the google ads into every .html file including all the frames. Makes a framed page look pretty bad. If you can create a site in flash or something like that you'll be OK.

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  Reply # 153012 31-Jul-2008 14:32
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PhoneMonkey: You get 10 megs free with google ads included.


Correct (just so you guys have the official word).

If you don't want ads on your page we do a Unix hosting package with 500MB of space and a domain name for just $15 per month.

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  Reply # 153108 31-Jul-2008 19:38
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duncanblair:

Correct (just so you guys have the official word).

If you don't want ads on your page we do a Unix hosting package with 500MB of space and a domain name for just $15 per month.


What he means is that its actually 10 times smaller than he's saying, its 50MB and not 500MB, a little over inflated like the speeds people get on LLU :D

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  Reply # 153131 31-Jul-2008 22:14
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I remember when Orcon freehosting was 10MB, had no ads, came with a .orcon.net.nz subdomain, and you didn't even need to be an Orcon customer...

I feel old now.


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  Reply # 153142 31-Jul-2008 23:04
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I can't even figure out how to enable a freehost site for my account. There doesn't seem to be any documentation on it at all.

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  Reply # 153241 1-Aug-2008 10:31
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insane:
duncanblair:

Correct (just so you guys have the official word).

If you don't want ads on your page we do a Unix hosting package with 500MB of space and a domain name for just $15 per month.


What he means is that its actually 10 times smaller than he's saying, its 50MB and not 500MB


Sorry, that was a typo, should be 50MB.

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  Reply # 153532 2-Aug-2008 12:16
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Panq:

I remember when Orcon freehosting was 10MB, had no ads, came with a .orcon.net.nz subdomain, and you didn't even need to be an Orcon customer...

I feel old now.



I know what you mean

Jarno: I can't even figure out how to enable a freehost site for my account. There doesn't seem to be any documentation on it at all.


I don’t think they are taken new sign ups for freehost anymore.


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  Reply # 153945 4-Aug-2008 09:08
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stu28:

I don’t think they are taken new sign ups for freehost anymore.



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