1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 18, 2010 12:20 PM by Ben M

    Go Daddy and the Mac


      I'm doing a website for a small client, and I'm thinking of using Go Daddy as a hosting service. I also will be using Dreaweaver. Are Go Daddy, Dreamweaver and the Mac OS platform friendly, or will I run into issues?

        • 1. Re: Go Daddy and the Mac
          Ben M Adobe Community Professional

          Making a website and using a Mac vs Windows should not make any difference.  I've heard good and bad stories about Godaddy hosting.  I use them for a registrar but wouldn't touch them for hosting personally.  The only thing to recognize with Mac development is that you probably want the PHP/mySQL option and not the .NET option since you would need to run a VM to program for .NET on a Mac.