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Toronto, ON (PRWEB) July 21, 2011

Award-winning VPS and VDS hosting provider has re-launched their Custom VPS Hosting Plan Builder. The newly re-launched tool includes a visual interface and an updated set of interactive features that put customers in control. With the re-launched Custom VPS Hosting Plan Builder, clients can customize every aspect of their server and hosting plan.

Product Manager Jeremy Adams explained, “Our newly re-launched Custom VPS ‘Wizard’ is a virtual technology buffet with an intuitive visual interface that allows customers to choose a la carte services quickly and easily.” Adams added, “To experience all the benefits of VPS and VDS hosting, it’s important for our customers to be able to mix and match each service and add-on to fit their current hosting needs.”

To begin, customers may choose between a list of preset packages, discount VPS hosting packages and a la carte plans, including options for small businesses, resellers and web developers. Users can further customize server specs by adjusting their Operating System or Virtualization Platform, increasing disk space, RAM, CPU, bandwidth, IP addresses, adding storage and backup options, all with familiar sliders, check boxes or radio buttons. Customers can also add VPS control panels including Plesk and cPanel, billing software for resellers such as WHMCS or Plesk Billing, and a complete selection of add-ons, including Fantastico, Plesk Power Pack and RVSkin. has received several industry awards for their innovative and comprehensive VPS services, including the best VPS Hosting award from Web Host Ranking and the best Plesk Linux VPS award from VPS Host Reviews. provides VPS hosting for Microsoft Hyper-V clients using Windows 2008 R2 as well as CentOS and Debian Linux operating systems that use Parallels Virtuozzo Containers.

Stephen Nichols, the VP of Online Sales, commented on several more benefits of the Custom VPS Hosting Plan Builder saying, “Giving customers the freedom to choose their level of service and virtual server specs has a number of financial benefits. We have made it accessible for anyone to buy exactly what they need with real-time totals that show buyers a breakdown of their costs and savings.” offers customers a complete selection of scalable VPS hosting packages with flexible features, so customers can select their level of service, on their own terms.

Build a customized plan today at, and receive your first month of VPS Hosting for only $ 1 by using the promotion code VPSPressRelease. This offer is good until August 31, 2011 and does not apply to any add-ons included with your order.

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How do I upload a theme that I created from Artisteer to WordPress?

Issue by : How do I upload a theme that I designed from Artisteer to WordPress?
How do I upload a concept that I produced from Artisteer to WordPress?

Best reply:

Response by sjsuarez
Go into your file supervisor with your host organization and upload the documents under the themes folder.. Make certain to give your topic a title, and area all the theme’s documents under this folder. When you login into your wordpress admin, go into themes and change it more than to your concept and it should function.

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Q&A: How can i switch from wordpress [self hosted] 2.7 to 2.8 while keeping all my stuff?

Question by werbz: How can i switch from wordpress [self hosted] 2.7 to 2.8 while keeping all my stuff?
My website is currently running on WordPress 2.7.
The newer version, 2.8 has just been released and I want to switch…and keep all of my settings, files, plugins, themes, ect.
Is there anyway to do this?

PS not sure if it is helpful but my url is:


Best answer:

Answer by jef.r.sun
Download it, unpack it in a new directory.
Follow the instructions in the readme.html.

Basically it’s just about backing up the modifications you made to original WordPress files and then copying the new ones over the old ones and visiting

It’s as simple as that 🙂

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