I had previously used a2hosting for wordpress and it worked great. However, recently I tried to move my node/express website ...展開
from heroku to a2 and it got as bad as it could get. First of all It says it costs $4.90/month, but when purchased it, I had to, for someone reason, pay $7, thought I initially thought it'll be alright, later I realized It was only for the 1st month, and after that I'll have to pay $13/ month. That's straight cheating, I would've sued them if it had happened in a larger scale. And I think it's currently true for php/wordpress hosting as well.
Furthermore, documentation for node is very very bad, I was initially very gald as someone was giving node hosting at reasonable price, but hey nothing is free.
Unbeknownst to me, a new email subscriber had too many login attempts and shut down the IP address at my store that would nor...展開
mally allow access. I called tech support and told them that no one could access InMotionHosting from my location and was told everything on their end was fine and that it HAD to be a problem on my end. I contracted my IT person to remedy the situation and, after two visits, it was determined that it was, indeed, InMotionHosting's fault. I re-contacted them and was told that, although their tech was mistaken, they would not pay my IT company's invoice because they hadn't told me to contract a third party. The "supervisor", Seth, was a condescending pissant who basically told me this whole thing was MY fault and refused to accept ANY culpability. With the number of reputable web hosting companies available I have no idea why someone would do business with these people unless, like me, they were already locked into a contract.