Re: Accessible web hosting that offers site templates

Rex Leslie Howard, Jr.

Dreamhost is a very good company as is HostGator and NameCheap as well
as SiteGround. Go with the recommendation from Nicole that way she can
get some credits. One hosting plan is a lot like another. Most have
what is called C-panel. All C-panels have the one click install for
different things you might want to install. I'm going to wrap this up
here on the Jaws list so if you or anyone else wants to build a
website contact me at rex.howard@...

Some quick things to do:
1. Get a domain. If you will be using then start
with the shared plan. It comes with a one year domain registration. If
you pay month by month the price will be about $10.95. If you pay for
the whole year it is a little cheaper over all and 2 years is even
less inexpensive.

This hosting company is a little expensive but they're a good hosting company.

If you want more options, we can talk about that if you contact me.

On 2/19/15, Nicole Massey via Jfw <jfw@...> wrote:
I've had great results with Dreamhost. I've yet to run into any
accessibility issues with their setup, they have a wide array of one click
installs that will allow you to do some great stuff, and they auto-upgrade
these to keep you current. If you can't find an answer in their knowledge
base/Wiki (which is rare) they'll answer emails and they have an accessible
chat client, and if they still can't fix the problem they'll call you. I'm
on an unlimited space and account plan for about $10/month, which comes
unlimited email accounts, bandwidth, and space. I've been completely happy
with them, and downtime is minimal too. If you decide to send your client
their way I'd appreciate you letting them know I sent you, as they'll also
give me a break on my rate for referring others.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Gatton,
Tonia (OFB-LV) via Jfw
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2015 1:25 PM
To: Jfw@...
Subject: Accessible web hosting that offers site templates

Hi! I'm not sure of the correct terminology but I have a client
looking for a fairly inexpensive web hosting service that provides a
template of sorts and does all of the HTML and CSS coding; so that all
he'll pretty much have to do is fill in the blanks of a form or
template, and they'll take care of the rest. He just wants to create a
small simple web site and may employ my assistance in maintaining it;
since he isn't much of a techie. He is using Jaws 16 on a Windows 7
machine. I would appreciate any guidance and or suggestions.

Thanks so much and have a blessed day,


Tonia Gatton
Assistive Technology Specialist
Kentucky career Center
KY Office for the Blind
Charles W. McDowell Center
8412 Westport Road
Louisville, KY 40242
(502) 429-4460 ext. 268
(502) 429-7101

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