Temecula based server is connected to the internet via a business account with Verizon DSL services.
My DNS (for piclist.org and massmind.org includeing techref.massmind.org)
is handled by
via their very easy to use web interface. $35 per year. I'm happy.
I use .ASP pages to serve every page on the site. It allows me to control access and remove content that members have marked as private when the general public or another member requests the page. For normal pages, I'd just have a io directory off the root and no tricks would be required. Also, its important to me that much of the content be updated and active either through forms, DHTML direct editing, or that the content be generated by programs (ASP or other). The point of massmind and of FAQ's in general is to collect and share information. massmind is specifically targeted at preserving parts of programmers minds by providing a public home for their programs. Due to human nature, the identity of each person who updates a web page must be verified. Also, some bits of knowledge are considered private and so will not be released to everybody. The page serving scripts edit private content out on the fly.
Normal useage isn't a problem for one server yet, but site ripping agents are making my life hell.
I also have ASP pages (no necessarily active on the site) that do the following:
If you have an interest in any of that script code, please contact me.
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