Hosting in the Lion City: WebHorizon has KVM, OvZ, and DirectAdmin Deals in Singapore!

We don’t see a lot of offers in Singapore and if that is a location that interests you, you’ll enjoy this offer from WebHorizon.  This is their first appearance on LowEndBox and they’re bringing us some value in the Lion City:

  • 1.5GB OvZ for $30/year!
  • 4GB KVM for $77/year!
  • Or DirectAdmin shared hosting for $15/year!

Although they didn’t submit it for an official offer, they also offer some low-cost NAT VPS systems.  Not all locations have availability but those start at only $7/year!

They are registered in India (MH27D0049377). Their Terms of Service is available on their web site. They accept Paypal, all cards (stripe payments), BTC/XMR and Razorpay (INR Payments).

Here’s a little about WebHorizon in their own words:

“We are excited to submit our new virtual server offers, truly exclusive to Lowendbox.
WebHorizon offers true high-performance, low-cost KVM & OVZ VPS services in Singapore.

Also included details of our Singapore shared hosting, powered by SSD disks, DDR4 ECC RAM, Cloudlinux & enterprise Litespeed webserver – a perfect combination for your websites.”

Have you been a WebHorizon customer? Please share your experience in the comments below.

Now read more to see the offers!

Limited 250GB VPS
Singapore (OVZ)

  • 1.5GB DDR4 ECC RAM
  • 1vCPU @ 3.8+ Ghz
  • 250GB SATA disk
  • 750GB transfer per month
  • 1Gbps shared uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • /80 IPv6
  • $30/year
  • (ORDER)

4GB Singapore
KVM

  • 4GB DDR4 ECC RAM
  • 2vCPU @ 3.8+ Ghz
  • 25GB NVMe SSD space
  • 500GB transfer @ 1Gbps per month
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • KVM Virtualization
  • $77/year (be sure to select annual for this rate)
  • (ORDER)

Shared Hosting – 5GB
Singapore

  • DirectAdmin Hosting
  • 5GB NVMe SSD Disk Space
  • Unlimited Domains & Subdomains
  • Support Nodejs & Python apps
  • 15 MySQL Databases
  • Support softaculous apps installer.
  • Free drag-drop website builder.
  • Unlimited bandwdith
  • Cloudlinux Limits: 100% CPU, 1GB RAM,
    150MB/s IO, 4096 IOPS, 80EP, 140NPROC
  • Flat $15/year
  • (ORDER)

NETWORK INFO:

  • KVM VPS Services
    • Equinix SG3 – Singapore
    • Test IPv4: 131.153.51.123
    • Test file: http://sgp2.lg.webhorizon.in/500MB.test
    • Looking glass: http://sgp2.lg.webhorizon.in/
  • OVZ VPS Services
    • OVH – Singapore
    • Test IPv4: 51.79.211.176
    • Test file: http://sgp3.lg.webhorizon.in/500MB.test
    • Looking glass: http://sgp3.lg.webhorizon.in/

HOST NODE INFO:

  • KVM VPS Services
    • Intel® Xeon® E-2276G Processor @ 3.8Ghz (turbo 4.7Ghz)
    • 128GB DDR4 ECC RAM
    • 2 x 1TB NVMe Enterprise Grade
    • RAID-1
    • 1Gbps uplink
  • OVZ VPS Services
    • Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1270 v6 @ 3.8Ghz (turbo 4.2Ghz)
    • 64GB DDR4 ECC RAM
    • 2 x 2TB HDD Enterprise Grade
    • 1Gbps shared uplink

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

raindog308

I’m Andrew, techno polymath and long-time LowEndTalk community Moderator. My technical interests include all things Unix, perl, python, shell scripting, and relational database systems. I enjoy writing technical articles here on LowEndBox to help people get more out of their VPSes.

HostPerl: Atoms and Core2Duos in Kansas City, MO Starting at $22/mo (and cPanel, too!)

Hello again, HostPerl!  We last had an offer for them on February 15, 2021 for some KVMs and now they’ve returned with some dedi offers and cPanel.

I’ve long felt there are two kinds of dedi users: those who truly need the speed and want the performance of a high-end datacenter-grade CPU, and those who want the isolation/security/freedom of having a dedi but are less performance-sensitive.  I know a lot of people think “dedi = performance needs” but some people want the freedom to burn CPU without having to worry about getting nastygrams from their provider.

Well, that’s the best use case I can think of for a 10-year old N2800 with 4GB of RAM.  Still, if that’s your interest, check them out.  While I suspect the typical VPS will outperform that chip, if you want CPU to be yours and only yours and you’re on a budget, here’s an option.  I just lay it out for y’all to play it out.  These systems are in Kansas City, MO (USA).

HostPerl is registered in India (PTK01_202009_003) and New Zealand (NZBN 9429047115873). Their Terms of Service is available on their web site. They accept PayPal, BitCoin, and Credit/Debit Cards.

Here’s a little about HostPerl in their own words:

“Hostperl was founded in 2017. Hostperl is a growing web hosting company based in India. We have many years experience in providing web hosting services to a wide range of customers. At Hostperl, we are passionate about providing you world-class customer service. We are dedicated to providing reliability and flexibility to our customers, allowing them to create whatever kind of site they desire.All of our servers are located in the continental United States and United Kingdom.

Our service is hassle-free and reliable. All of our equipment is carefully chosen to ensure maximum up-time and performance.”

If you decide to give HostPerl a try, please tell others how it goes in the comments below.

Now read more to see the offers!

Dedi
Xeon 5420

  • Dual Intel Xeon 5420
  • 16GB RAM
  • 2.5Ghz – 2 processors
  • 1TB HDD
  • 200TB transfer
  • 5x Ipv4
  • IPMI: NO
  • CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows
  • $70/month
  • (ORDER)

Dedi
Core2Duo

  • INTEL CORE2DUO
  • 4GB RAM DDR2
  • Intel 1.6GHz – 1 processor CPU
  • 250GB SATA
  • 100mbit Unmetered
  • 1x IPv4
  • IPMI: NO
  • CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows
  • $22/month
  • (ORDER)

Dedi
Atom N2800

  • ATOM N2800
  • 4GB RAM DDR2
  • Intel 1.6GHz – 1 processor CPU
  • 250GB SATA
  • 100mbit Unmetered
  • 1x IPv4
  • IPMI: NO
  • CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows
  • $22/month
  • (ORDER)

cPanel
Shared Hosting

  • cPanel Hosting
  • 3GB SSD Disk Space
  • 1 Domains
  • Unlimited Subdomains
  • Unlimited Email Accounts
  • Unlimited MySQL Databases
  • 5 FTP Accounts
  • 200GB bandwdith
  • Coupon: LEBEXCLUSIVE
  • $1/month or $12/year
  • (ORDER)

NETWORK INFO:

  • Kansas City Internet eXchange (KCIX)
  • Test IP: 192.187.107.154
  • Test Files:
    • http://192.187.107.154/100MB-TEST.img
    • http://192.187.107.154/1000MB-TEST.img
    • http://192.187.107.154/10000MB-TEST.img

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

raindog308

I’m Andrew, techno polymath and long-time LowEndTalk community Moderator. My technical interests include all things Unix, perl, python, shell scripting, and relational database systems. I enjoy writing technical articles here on LowEndBox to help people get more out of their VPSes.

exposure – How to shoot a shot with the moon and city skyline?

Personally, since the shot is probably going to be long exposure and doesn’t move. I’d do two exposures and blend them together in post. It’ll be the easiest and cheapest approach.

HDR could work, but getting the spread correct would be difficult and is overkill for your needs.

Graduated ND filters are great in situations where the bright part is going to cause bleed in to the darker portion of the image or you need to take a quick shot because there is motion you need to stop, but they are a reasonably expensive specialty item.

If you simply setup a tripod, take one photo of the moon and one photo of the skyline properly exposed, then you can overlap them in Photoshop and simply mask one on to the other. The night sky should allow for a pretty smooth gradient to be applied to blend the background or you can do it directly along the skyline if you prefer. You could also try an additive blend after removing the overexposed moon from the skyline shot.

How to get city value from checkout on change

I want to get city name which is in drop down once the city name changed on checkout page.How i can get city name when user change city name on checkout before placing order.

Ola City earn 10-30 USD/ day from view ads, short link…. + proof

1. What is Ola City?

Ola City is a performance-based advertising platform (Performance Marketing Platform) where businesses can promote their products and services to millions of customers at the lowest cost, bringing the highest efficiency. Ola City is also a platform that helps millions of participants take advantage of their free time to earn extra income by making simple tasks: downloading apps, watching ads, playing games, doing surveys, recommending products, services, … Or save money on daily purchases through the cashback program.

2. How to join Ola City system?

Steps to join Ola City:

  • Visit the website: https://olacity.com/ref/425646802
  • Select “Sign up now for free”.
  • Fill out the registration information.
  • Find the registered mail to activate your account and log back into the system.

From here you have completed the procedure to join Ola City.

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3. How to make money with Ola City?

There are 3 main ways to make money with Ola City:

  • First way: Participate in the implementation of tasks given by Ola City such as download the app, complete a survey, view an advertisement, share articles, play games…
  • Second way: Use the Ola City cashback feature to shop at e-commerce sites as well as offline stores affiliated with Ola City to get a 3% – 50% cashback depending on the partner.
  • Third way: Introduce your friends to make money with Ola City and receive a 3% bonus on the total sales of all members in your 7 levels system. For example, if you introduce 10 people, then these 10 people introduce 10 more people each, you will have 110 people in your team. For every person earning from Ola City $50 each, you will get a team bonus of (110 % x $50) x 3% = $162

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KYC Verification
1. What is KYC? How long is the KYC review time?

KYC is the process of authenticating your account to increase security, helping Ola City protect your information comprehensively. Along with that, Ola City can easily assist in solving the problems you are facing during the visit. KYC review time will be from 1-5 days.

2. Why did I KYC many times but failed?

In case you have KYC many times but failed, it may belong to one of the following errors:

1. Full name provided is incomplete/inaccurate.

2. Error of ID card/Passport

3. Wrong date, month, year of birth.

4. Incomplete address provided

5. Wrong Province/City name

6. Provide missing front/back photo ID

7. Passport expires

8. Provide missing portraits of your portrait with your ID/Passport with “Ola City” text and date of KYC

For support regarding the failed KYC issue, please send an email to with the following content: Title: KYC Failure, Ola City account email, ID/Passport number.

Withdrawal
1. How do I withdraw from Ola City?

You can choose to withdraw your income by USDT or OLC (Ola Coin) from Ola City to your Wallet.

Step 1: Sign into Ola City, choose “My Wallet”

Step 2: Choose the desired cryptocurrency to withdraw, either OLC or USDT.

Step 3: Insert your wallet’s address.

Step 4: Input your desired withdrawal amount (minimum withdrawal: $5)

Step 5: Click on the confirmation link in an email sent upon clicking “Withdraw”.

Note: After confirming your withdrawal through the email, your withdrawal order will be in your account within 48 hours.

This is my proof:
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functions – woocommerce Ajax updatre cart if city is changed

i have a problem usign Ajax and Jquery. I want to update my checkout page once the city is changed. i managed to deal this somhow, when a particular city is selected, i want to add a different flat rate, i am doing this via a coupon code, it’s adding the coupon code to cart but after triggering the update_checkout via jquery no coupon is showed, if i refresh the page, the coupon is there.

Functions.php

function example_ajax_enqueue(){

wp_enqueue_script(
    'example-ajax-script',
    get_template_directory_uri() . '/js/ajx.js',
    array('jquery')
);

wp_localize_script(
    'example-ajax-script',
    'example_ajax_obj',
    array(
        'ajaxurl' => admin_url('admin-ajax.php'),
        'nonce' => wp_create_nonce('ajax-nonce')
    )
);

}

add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts', 'example_ajax_enqueue');

function example_ajax_request() {

$nonce = $_POST('nonce');

if ( ! wp_verify_nonce( $nonce, 'ajax-nonce' ) ) {
    die( 'Nonce value cannot be verified.' );
}

if ( isset($_REQUEST) ) {
    $city = $_REQUEST('city');
    if($city == 'London'){
        global $woocommerce;
        $coupon = 'free100';
        $woocommerce->cart->add_discount( $coupon );
        $woocommerce->show_messages();
        $woocommerce->cart->calculate_shipping();
    }

}

die();
}

add_action( 'wp_ajax_example_ajax_request', 'example_ajax_request' );
add_action( 'wp_ajax_nopriv_example_ajax_request', 'example_ajax_request' );

Jquery ajax file

jQuery(document).ready(function($) {

// We'll pass this variable to the PHP function example_ajax_request
$('#billing_city').change(function () {
    var city = $('#billing_city').val();
    $.ajax({
        url: example_ajax_obj.ajaxurl,
        method: "POST",
        data: {
            'action': 'example_ajax_request',
            'city' : city,
            'nonce' : example_ajax_obj.nonce
        },
        success:function(data) {
            // This outputs the result of the ajax request
            //console.log(data);
        },
        error: function(errorThrown){
            console.log(errorThrown);
        }
    })
});
$('#shipping_city').change(function () {
    var city = $('#shipping_city').val();
    var scity = $('#shipping_city').val();
    $.ajax({
        url: example_ajax_obj.ajaxurl,
        method: "POST",
        data: {
            'action': 'example_ajax_request',
            'city' : city,
            'scity' : scity,
            'nonce' : example_ajax_obj.nonce
        },
        success:function(data) {
            // This outputs the result of the ajax request

            alert('Coded applied');
        },
        error: function(errorThrown){
            console.log(errorThrown);
        }
    })
});
});

main JS

$('#billing_city').on('change', function() { $('body').trigger('update_checkout', { update_shipping_method: true }); });
$('#shipping_city').on('change', function() { $('body').trigger('update_checkout', { update_shipping_method: true }); });

What ma i missing, and what should i di next ? i Admit i am a begininer in the world of Jquery, ajax and javascript.

exclude country and city, leave only zip code, shopping cart

in cart, calculate only with zip code

follows the reference image

privacy – Can two locations in the same city at the same time have the same IP adress?

Details here depend on your specific ISP setup, but it might well be that multiple customers share the same public IP address. This is called NAT or in case of ISP CG-NAT (carrier grade NAT). It is pretty common for ISP in mobile networks but is also not uncommon with cable or DSL. The main reason is that there is a shortage of public IPv4 addresses so ISP often own less public IPv4 addresses than they have customers.
If this is the case in your specific situation depends on your ISP – thus ask the ISP.

Note that even with one public IP per customer it might well be that these change over time and thus a different customer is assigned an IP one had before. If the ISP assigns a fixed public IP to a customer is again specific to ISP and kind of contract – thus check with your ISP or read the contract.

Should I just change my ISP and get a new IP adress?

Each ISP has a pool of IPv4 they can use and different ISP use different pools. It does not change the general problem though, i.e. that it might be that the IPv4 is shared with others. Ask the new ISP for details.

Is this the ISP’s fault for giving two households the same IP?

Unless a fixed public IP address is explicitly mentioned in the contract their is usually no obligation to assign a fixed IP address to a customer.

Could I be blamed for anything they do online?

Blaming somebody is often done without fully understanding things. This does not mean that they are right nor does this mean that this can result in legal actions against you.

taxonomy terms – Is there anyway create relationship for filter criteria which has vocabularies( state, city and location) in views – Drupal 8

list of available Vocabularies in my content type.

  • Country(Term: US)
  • State (Terms: CA , CO, DE.. etc)
  • City (Terms:Fremont, Irwin, Los Angeles, Monument etc..)
  • Location(Terms: All loacations)

I’m trying to create a view for published content result which uses above vocabularies. I need to expose filters to the users where I added above vocabulary fields. How to create a relationship to select particular state->city-> location
(For ex: State(CA)->City(Fremont)->location(xxx-fremont))

Below is the example filter. Please help.

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Miami may be offering Bitcoin salaries to city employees

The reach of Bitcoin and the number of users that it has increased drastically, and this has caught the attention of many in this regard who are looking to make the most of this opportunity and the hype that is surrounding Bitcoin. In a recent published article, the mayor of Miami has said that soon the city employees will have the choice of receiving their earnings and salary by fiat currency or by Bitcoin. This shows the faith that the Miami city has in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency and could…

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