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Was given runaround for 2 months but site never hosted.
Prior to signing up, I asked if the web authoring program (linux-based) that I'd used for prior websites was compatible with theirs.Was told that if it had standard ftp, it would work.Unfortunately that wasn't true.I signed up for the obligatory year's service.1984's servers never allowed a connection and thus an upload of the site was never possible.For two months, I got the runaround. I sent screenshots of the settings to them several times.What was troubling was that the story always changed. For example, at one point, they said they didn't use ftp, but instead sftp. Other times they said they did use ftp.After they asked for the connection dialog, despite having sent screenshots of it twice, I finally just told them to forget it.After two months it just wasn't worth the headaches. It was clear that they weren't really interested in hosting my site.The fundamental problem of their servers not allowing a connection, was never solved. After two months I don't think they actually meant to solve it.
Never was able to upload site to host
Before signing up, I sent 1984 an email with the version of the (linux-based) website creation program I used and asked if it was compatible with their system. and was told there shouldn't be any problem and was told that standard ftp was used. I'd used the same program before to run a different website.It should therefore have been a straightforward process to upload the site.Never could get a connection established. 1984's servers denied the connection every time. For two months I sent screenshots of settings and the connection dialog to them. It never seemed like they paid any real attention as the story changed frequently. For example, I was told a different protocol than ftp was needed, but then later was told ftp would work.When they asked me for the same information I'd already sent twice I finally gave up.