We would like to move over our web site. The hosting company designed our site uisng DotNetNuke. We would like to host it elsewhere. Maybe Network Solutions. Can I get some advice here?
If my web site is desgined in DotNetNuke should I be looking for a hosting company that uses the same s.w.?
How can I backup our site? is there a tool in DotnetNuke that allows this when I log into it? if so where?
Any suggestion on where to host this type of site?
Im not really familiar with dotnetnuke but you could try godaddy.com They do support it & have fairly good customer service. I used them for a bunch of my clients in the past.
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