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Is Godaddy reliable at all?
First off, Is Godaddy reliable at all? Thanks for any response. Second question of mine... Hi!.

I have started designing/coding/writing a personal site: TheKo.dk It is in Danish so you will most likely not understand the content, but that doesn't matter since I am here for technical help The purpose of the GoDaddy site is for me to have somewhere to project my creative writings..

Here's what I am trying to implement:.

- Front page (!).

The first thing I want the viewers to see is my current article (I plan on writing "articles" regularly, like in a blog). My aim is very direct and logical navigation..

I have tried desperately to find a way to use columns for text, but haven't found a solution as of yet. Here is what I've been looking at so far: http://www.alistapart.com/articles/css3multicolumn & http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-multicol-20010118/.

I would also like RSS feed if possible, depending on how difficult it is to do. Any comments on this?.

- Archive (Arkiv).

What I want is simply a simple overview of my old posts. I am currently working on a design for the table which will present my archive. I have no idea though, of how I'm gonna code this.

The most important of all things right now is to find a way of automating and organising my posts (PHP and databases?). I really need help on this area!.

- Comments (Debat).

This is obvious. I want to seperate the comments from my posts so that comments aren't shown unless you choose to view them which is why I'd like to put them on their own page. Same technical problem as I have already mentioned unfortunately..

- Links & Info.

Nothing special here. Unless you have any extraordinay creative ideas then I should be able to manage..

This is my first attempt at coding a GoDaddy site so I might need very clear instructions... all constructive criticism is very welcome, whether it is about design, coding, whatever..

Thanks!..

Comments (3)

Ye, but... you might want to make sure and wait for another member here to confirm this as I am unsure of myself. Better yet, why don't you contact the Godaddy guys because they can answer you better...

Comment #1

As far as I know it is currently only supported by Mozilla Firefox. It has been around for 6-7 years, but isnt that great of a module...

Comment #2

Well, then it is useless for my purpose. I'd like a GoDaddy site which is compatible with browsers, especially IE (unfortunately...)...

Comment #3

The best thing to do then is just create a page that has however many columns you want and then insert in the text that you want for each..

If you really wanted to, you could write a script that counts how many characters (or lines and characters) are in a column, and if that number equals or exceeds a certain number then make the rest of the text appear in the next column...

Comment #4


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