Can you recommend a good iPage web hosting site please?

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First off, Can you recommend a good iPage web hosting site please? Thanks in advance for any answer. My 2nd question... I've downloaded a trial version of CoffeeCup HTML Editor 9.3 which lasts for 45 days. I think it's great- very easy to use.

Does anyone where I can download permantely? Is it possible to get it for free?.

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Comments (6)

Ye, but... you might wanna make sure and wait for another member to confirm my answer as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can give you an answer better...

Comment #1

Just set the date on your pc back when you get near the end of trial period.I know it works with coffecup html editor but I'm not sure which version I had at the time I tried it.sometimes it would say you have 65 days left in your 45 day trial hehe...

Comment #2

Something for nothing... the Amurkin way. tell you what, why don't software developers just give you the keys to their Pinto hatchbacks, just send them to you in the mail. they oughta be forced to ship the cars themselves, too, shouldn't they?.

Anyone who thinks they should get whatever they want without having to pay for it while the rest of us burn and suffer and.


Can just go to hell. screw you thieves..

There, I said it. may I be banned, and all that...

Comment #3


I much prefer using legally free alternatives .. I have been using Bluefish(GPL) of late - leaves coffee cup for dead. Quanta (GPL) is also pretty nice - of course you would need a Linux distro to run them on but then again there free too.


Comment #4

There is nothing in the GNU licences that says that you don't have to pay for software distributed under it..

Free software.

In the context of the GNU licence agreements means that you are allowed to modify said software - under the limits within the licence..

For more about GNU goto.


And scoutt is right - it doesn't matter where you download from - it is where you use it that matters...

Comment #5

Sure.. but in practice most GNU software I have come across is free as in free beer...

Comment #6

There is a lot of no-fee software (so as not to confuse with free software) which isn't distributed under either of the GNU licence agreements..

It is upto the copright/copyleft owner if they want to charge for their work..

There are no-fee editors for Windows too - I have just started using Context, and I have heard about php-ide and php-edit...

Comment #7

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.