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    PC Fixer-Upper Waldo2k2's Avatar
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    >>I charged a total of around $1100

    you should've charged extra and taken a nice picture for them...that pic on the main page is hideous
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    yah well, the place doesn't look much better than that, what can ya do.
    Hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by B0bDole
    I charged a total of around $1100 for http://www.lumberspecialties.com by the time we were done, he wanted to keep adding stuff and etc.
    You're one of those "I don't believe in padding" kind of people, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by major_small
    You're kidding me, right? You don't even get a mysql database or PHP support for the base option. And such limited options. You get a boatload with fissionhost for just $5/mo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ober
    You're kidding me, right? You don't even get a mysql database or PHP support for the base option. And such limited options. You get a boatload with fissionhost for just $5/mo.
    no, but you get 2x the amount of space and 5x as much transfer... and you can always use PERL...

    their next plan up ($10) has PHP and a MySQL database... it all depends on what you need.
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    Ok, but seriously. Tell me someone (personal or even small to mid-size business) that has a real website that uses more than 500mb and 5Gig of transfer/mo.

    Hell, I host files for FD members and I'm still well under a gig and I've never gone over 2gig/mo. in transfer. And I look at stats for other companies that I work for. Even mid-size companies don't go over 5 gig/mo. in transfer and don't use 500mb in webspace.

    I'm just saying, get more bang for your buck.

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    Well I was notified this morning that we're holding off on the project until the people can get their acts together. I was notified by the director that the heads of these dept.s were actually weeks behind in work and were only worrying about the website so they could procrastinate some more. One of them was fired, the other was docked pay. So she said in a couple of weeks she'd ask me to make my presentation to her higherups (some sort of financial committee at the district level, higher than the county). So I'm just going to throw some of the existing pics on their site into my template and call it good. I plan to charge them $450 with a $40 monthly maintenance fee and a $30 an hour emergency rate. We haven't decided on hosting yet, we'll see where that takes us over the next couple of weeks.
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