Getting Knowledgeable Help When Really Stuck...
If you can not work this out from the guidelines, FAQ and discussions then don't worry, there's help at hand for you. It might cost you a bit to get help from these fine talented people but being in the Co-op will surely pay off for you as well so any money paid to these pro's is money well spent. Some with even be up for a deal where you hand over some of your precious weight...Please be as specific as you can
when contacting the people below. In order to quickly determine whether their skill-base and experience meets your needs for this program, they will need to know at least all or part of the following:
- The platform your site is hosted on (Apache/IIS etc.).
- The Operating System your host is running (Linux/FreeBSD etc.).
- They might need FTP access (username/password) to your site.
- They are likely to need access to your Co-op account.
Further requirements like rates can be discussed by contacting them directly.Flawebworks
, also from the DP forums, has offered help as well. She can be contacted via this page
where she can negogiate a deal to get a PHP based (Perl with a bit more effort) Co-op installation working smoothly. Flawebworks can also help out with 'Co-op Friendly' website hosting.
If you're based in the UK/Europe then for ease of communication it might be a good idea to contact Weirfire
. Being a professional webdesigner with appropriate knowledge of PHP and server access etc. he will be able to get the Co-op up and running on your PHP based website in no-time. You can contact him here
, a Google AdSense content partner
, is also based on 'this' side of the Atlantic and can be contacted via his forums on mediaplace dot nl
about installation help. He can help out with HTML based sites, PHP pages installation and setup on the phpbb forum software. If your Dutch is better than English, dan kan Rik/Crazyhorse je in het Nederlands
helpen met de installatie.
Forum guru Joeychgo
runs vBulletin FAQ
and is the right person to speak to
if you want the Co-op Ad Network running on your VBulletin Forums.Let me know
have what it takes to install the Co-op on JSP or ASP platforms. You could become a busy freelancer!