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Good, basic service. - Review by
submitted on August 16, 2003 Customer's web site:
baseball_gal.tripod.com Length of time hosted by this company:
over 3 years Date when last hosted by this company
(as of August 16, 2003): Current
customer Plan used: Tripod Plus Customer service rating: 6 out of 10 Technical quality rating: 8 out of 10 Cost rating: 9
out of 10 Overall rating: 8 out of 10 I've had my site hosted there for
about 5 years now. I've had a couple of problems, where my site and all my files
dissapeared for a few days, but they were back with no problems after sending a
few frantic emails. Customer support pretty much sucks. You get the stanard
"refer to online help" which is so confusing it can drive you mad. Over all, I'm
still a pretty basic webmaster, so it's easy to use file manager has been good
for me. With as little as $4.95 a month, you get to ditch the pop ups and ads
on your site. The pop ups if not will drive you mad. It's not one per page, but
more like 3 minimum.
They have a new plan where you can get a domain name and be hosted there, which I'm trying with a different account. I am happy with it so far, except their subdomains. You can link to your subdomain, except it shows in your browser window as the TRIPOD name, instead of your real subdomain. Otherwise it's still your basic tripod file structure which is great for me.
Anyone who has any questions about their service, feel free to let me know.
During their time in the White House, from 1921 to 1923, the Hardings included their dog in almost every aspect of their daily lives. When Harding golfed with friends, Laddie Boy tagged along. During cabinet meetings, the dog sat in (perched on his own chair). At fundraising events, the first lady frequently had Laddie Boy make appearances. The dog was such a prominent White House personality that the Washington Star and the New York Times seemed to run stories about the terrier almost daily in the months after Harding took office.Born on July 26, 1920, at the Caswell Kennels in Toledo, Ohio, Laddie Boy was 6 months old when he arrived at the White House on March 5, 1921, the day after Harding's inauguration.
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