Since I built Bento , I’ve heard this complaint time and time again, and it’s a shortcoming for most learning resources on the web (even the ones that I admire and love). So here’s a (lengthy) guide about how to write static web pages on your computer then put it on the Internet. You as the US Host Organization will have to complete and sign the online DS-7002 document – an official US State Department document. Your prospective intern will invite you to complete the online DS-7002. This invitation will be sent through the CIEE system. After the company has completed and electronically signed the online DS-7002, the intern will automatically receive an invitation to sign the DS-7002 electronically as well. While the company is completing the online DS-7002, the intern should complete his part of the program application and send it to TravelWorks either via mail or e-mail.
You are correct. Brain freeze. A definite mistake on my part. Raid 1 or 5 is actually what I meant. I currently use RAID 1 which wastes space when compared to Raid 5 for apparently no real gain. Oh well. I am not planning to change from RAID 1 to RAID 5 right now anyway.
Terminal Server Keepaliveenable GoDaddy goes a different route – they have a 100% proprietary setup (unless you pay for a cPanel license). They have an account backend, where you can click over to your hosting backend. In my experience, it’s much less daunting for first-timers, but quickly becomes limiting once you find your way around. Since it’s all
Hosting: Hosting a website on your HDA server is basically the same as hosting a webapp, so if we are able to do the previous guides on hosting a webapp(s) the rest will be a cinch. After you install PHP, you’ll need to enable logging and tune PHP for better performance. The setting you’ll want to pay the most attention to is memory_limit, which controls how much memory is allocated to PHP.