WebNameHost--The Big FAQ

This searchable FAQ has a large number of questions and answers on domains, hosting, web sites, eMail and related topics. This material has been collected through many years of web experience. Some are common questions appearing in a similar form on many host sites. Many are unique to this database. Use the Contact Page to advise of corrections, additional questions or answers we have missed.

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Q. Can I use Ajax technology on your server?

A. Certainly. Ajax depends only on JavaScript, which is available in browsers by default. Be advised, however, that some users don't trust JavaScript and turn it off.

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Q. Can I use Java applets, JavaScript, and Flash pages on my site?

A. Yes. Those are client-side technologies, so the host doesn't have to do anything to support or enable them. Any browser (such as Safari, FireFox, or IE that supports them is enough, so any host will do. It doesn't matter whether Java or Flash are listed among the plan's features, they are supported by default.

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Q. Do you allow customers to compile C programs for their sites.

A. No, access to compilers is turned off for security reasons.

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Q. Do you support JavaScript?

A. Certainly, though whether JavaScript scripts work correctly depends on your browser, not the server.

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Q. Do you support PHP/MySql scripts?

A. Yes, we have the latest stable versions of both on our server.

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Q. Do you support Python?

A. Yes, some of the server software is written in Python.

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Q. Is Ruby installed on your server?

A. Yes.

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Q. My JavaScript doesn't function when I check my site, but other people say it's O.K. What's up?

A. Make sure JavaScript is enabled in your browser. This is not a server issue.

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Q. What are PHP, Perl, Python, SQL, JavaScript, etc.?

A. Those acronyms refer to various features such as programming languages, databases, etc. that are available with all our hosting plans.

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Q. What version of Python do you have?

A. We use the latest stable version of Python.

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