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Hello! I made SmallHost, a free webhosting provider using MyOwnFreeHost. This is my first time using MyOwnFreeHost and I want your honest opinion of my host so I can make it better.

  • Free SSL (thanks to pichisdns)
  • CloudFlare is activated, so no DDoSes can be done!
  • Users get 5000MB RAM and 1000MB disk at signup, they can earn more resources by spending time on SmallHost to upgrade their plan.
  • A pretty solid, lightweight client panel.
  • Customized control panel using WybeNetwork's themes.
  • A step-by-step documentation guide.

Main site: https://smallhost.us.to

Client Panel: https://smallhost.us.to/my/index.html

Sign Up: https://smallhost.us.to/register.php (step-by-step signup guide: https://docs.smallhost.us.to/docfiles/Create your SmallHost Account.php)

Log In: https://smallhost.us.to/my/auth.php (you can login to the File Manager and cPanel from there)

cPanel Direct Link: https://cpanel.smallhost.us.to

I'm still working on making things better, so let me know if you see anything I can do!

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Cool host! I like that you avertised my tool! Here some considerations to make this better:

- Change the signup form submit url and image url to https://ifastnet.com/register2.php  and https://ifastnet.com/image.php (leave the ?id=etc...). That way you wont get mixed content warnings.

- In your SSL guide, also include the procedere for custom domains (add www to cert)

- Your SSL guide somehow is a bit messed up - Correct that!

- In your signup form, remove the site category and language. Its not needed.

- In your custom domain setup guide, you wrote subdomain.you.created/htaccess - but its subdomain.you.created/htdocs!

- On the create account docs page, include the images via https to remove mixed content warnings.

Thats all i have, hope this helps!

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Thank you for reviewing SmallHost, I greatly appreciate input so I can make things better!

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

I like that you avertised my tool!

Thanks for creating the free SSL tool! I hope you're okay with SmallHost clients using it for their sites, let me know if you want me to take that guide down.

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

Change the signup form submit url and image url to https://ifastnet.com/register2.php  and https://ifastnet.com/image.php (leave the ?id=etc...).

I'm kinda confused when it comes to this part...the submit URL is http://order.smallhost.us.to/register2.php as that's the SmallHost registration form. I assume that https://ifastnet.com/register2.php is for iFastNet registration. When I tried changing it to https://order.smallhost.us.to, Firefox gave me this error...

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Someone could be trying to impersonate the site and you should not continue.
 
Websites prove their identity via certificates. Firefox does not trust order.smallhost.us.to because its certificate issuer is unknown, the certificate is self-signed, or the server is not sending the correct intermediate certificates.
 
Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER

Would users still be able to register if I change the submit URL to iFastNet's registration endpoint? Just wondering.

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

In your SSL guide, also include the procedere for custom domains (add www to cert)

I just added that to the docs!

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

Your SSL guide somehow is a bit messed up - Correct that!

I don't see anything else wrong with the SSL guide, do you have any advice of what I can do to correct it?

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

In your signup form, remove the site category and language. Its not needed.

Removed it!

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

In your custom domain setup guide, you wrote subdomain.you.created/htaccess - but its subdomain.you.created/htdocs!

Oops, just fixed that!

7 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

On the create account docs page, include the images via https to remove mixed content warnings.

Included images with https!

 

Thanks for your advice! :D

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Hey,

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Would users still be able to register if I change the submit URL to iFastNet's registration endpoint? Just wondering.

If you change to ifastnets url, you wont get these secuirity warnings.

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I don't see anything else wrong with the SSL guide, do you have any advice of what I can do to correct it?

SOmehow it was a bit messed up yesterday. Cant see this anymore.

Im totally ok that you have my tool in your docs.

Hoe this helped you!

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On 11/15/2021 at 5:36 AM, smallhost said:

Hello! I made SmallHost, a free webhosting provider using MyOwnFreeHost. This is my first time using MyOwnFreeHost and I want your honest opinion of my host so I can make it better.

  • Free SSL (thanks to pichisdns)
  • CloudFlare is activated, so no DDoSes can be done!
  • Users get 5000MB RAM and 1000MB disk at signup, they can earn more resources by spending time on SmallHost to upgrade their plan.
  • A pretty solid, lightweight client panel.
  • Customized control panel using WybeNetwork's themes.
  • A step-by-step documentation guide.

Main site: https://smallhost.us.to

Client Panel: https://smallhost.us.to/my/index.html

Sign Up: https://smallhost.us.to/register.php (step-by-step signup guide: https://docs.smallhost.us.to/docfiles/Create your SmallHost Account.php)

Log In: https://smallhost.us.to/my/auth.php (you can login to the File Manager and cPanel from there)

cPanel Direct Link: https://cpanel.smallhost.us.to

I'm still working on making things better, so let me know if you see anything I can do!

5000 MB RAMM??????????

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9 hours ago, BastelPichi2 said:

Yes. MOFH dont offers any features to give more ram

 

On 11/15/2021 at 5:36 AM, smallhost said:

Hello! I made SmallHost, a free webhosting provider using MyOwnFreeHost. This is my first time using MyOwnFreeHost and I want your honest opinion of my host so I can make it better.

  • Free SSL (thanks to pichisdns)
  • CloudFlare is activated, so no DDoSes can be done!
  • Users get 5000MB RAM and 1000MB disk at signup, they can earn more resources by spending time on SmallHost to upgrade their plan.
  • A pretty solid, lightweight client panel.
  • Customized control panel using WybeNetwork's themes.
  • A step-by-step documentation guide.

Main site: https://smallhost.us.to

Client Panel: https://smallhost.us.to/my/index.html

Sign Up: https://smallhost.us.to/register.php (step-by-step signup guide: https://docs.smallhost.us.to/docfiles/Create your SmallHost Account.php)

Log In: https://smallhost.us.to/my/auth.php (you can login to the File Manager and cPanel from there)

cPanel Direct Link: https://cpanel.smallhost.us.to

I'm still working on making things better, so let me know if you see anything I can do!

 

yes, you should edit it to 128MB RAM( I remember its 128MB PHP RAM)

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On 11/23/2021 at 3:15 PM, BastelPichi2 said:

Yes. MOFH dont offers any features to give more ram

You can, but you need to make a plan. 

Sign into the MOFH Reseller Panel. Go to Quotas and Packaging > Set Packages. Select your domain then click Add/Change Plans. Click Add Plan for your.domain, then set a plan. You can set the amount of traffic (RAM) through there.

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5 hours ago, smallhost said:

You can, but you need to make a plan. 

Sign into the MOFH Reseller Panel. Go to Quotas and Packaging > Set Packages. Select your domain then click Add/Change Plans. Click Add Plan for your.domain, then set a plan. You can set the amount of traffic (RAM) through there.

bruh... traffic = bandwidth 

 

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5 hours ago, smallhost said:

You can, but you need to make a plan. 

Sign into the MOFH Reseller Panel. Go to Quotas and Packaging > Set Packages. Select your domain then click Add/Change Plans. Click Add Plan for your.domain, then set a plan. You can set the amount of traffic (RAM) through there.

RAM Is Not Traffic , traffic is monthly bandwidth,and you can't edit PHP RAM. it only on Premium Hosting,Free Hosting Max PHP RAM is 128 MB 

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