Started by wjack3047, Oct 23, 2022, 08:41 AM
Quote from: wjack3047 on Oct 23, 2022, 08:41 AMYesterday I raised web site on the Hostinger hosting, which is familiar to me (convenient, understandable, tech. adequate support), and previously created many projects on it.So, today I'm trying to "upload" a ready-made site via FTP to an already raised host and linked domain - and I get an error saying that the username or password is incorrect. I started to figure it out - nothing was solved. After a while, I got into the mail, and came across a letter from Hostinger, which contained the following:"We are increasing the security level of our network and due to the growing number of complaints and phishing reports, we have reduced the number of free hosting accounts for each client to 2, and we have also disabled FTP access for all free hosting clients. Anyway, you will be able to upload files without any problems using our File Managers, which are available in the control panel and have more than 3 free hosting accounts if you register with a different email address."Thus, you can get free hosting on this resource, but you will not be able to upload anything via FTP. I.e., in essence, you have 2GB on the host, but, say, you will fill WordPress with your hands, i.e. creating each folder manually (via a file manager in the browser) and copying into it files are only a certain number at a time. And no one really cares that the hierarchy of such CMS can reach up to 8 or more folders with files in length.Do you want everything to be like people (FTP and everything) - pay from $5 to $10 a month, tricky - isn't it?After all the above, I can only say that I don't know why, but I have a feeling that I was thrown. In the beginning, they beckoned with free buns, and then they broke off.PS: I wrote all this for those who, perhaps, have free hosting on Hostinger or, like me, are engaged in web site development.
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