Bigfoot Servers – VPS Resource Pools! 3 New Options on Sale out of Los Angeles!

BigFootServers, sent in some new, end of summer deals on VPS pools that they wanted to share with us. They are offering discounted packages on VPS resource pools. With these VPS pools, they’re giving customers the ability to create VPS’s on-demand, in Los Angeles.

You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, Credit Cards and Bitcoin as payment methods.

Here’s what they had to say: 

“BigFootServers was founded when we saw a need for a simpler solution for small businesses to get started online. Our service-first business model sets us apart from the rest. At BigFootServers, we treat you with the utmost respect that you deserve, as our valued customer.

We provide a wide variety of different web hosting services to fit everyone’s budget. The solutions we provide are unique (in a good way), because they put you in control over your resources and environment, unlike conventional hosting solutions. These are unlike your traditional & conventional hosting solutions, because the services we’re providing here put you in control.”

Here are the offers: 

2 VPS Instance Pool

  • Storage: 50GB
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Bandwidth: 2000GB
  • IPv4 Addresses: 2
  • Maximum VPS Instances: 2
  • Datacenter: Los Angeles
  • $ 29/year

4 VPS Instance Pool

  • Storage: 80GB
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Bandwidth: 3000GB
  • IPv4 Addresses: 4
  • Maximum VPS Instances: 4
  • Datacenter: Los Angeles
  • $ 49/year

8 VPS Instance Pool

  • Storage: 150GB
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Bandwidth: 5000GB
  • IPv4 Addresses: 8
  • Maximum VPS Instances: 8
  • Datacenter: Los Angeles
  • $ 99/year

Product Description: Create, manage, resize or delete servers on demand within a few clicks! We provide you with a resource pool, and you determine how they are used! Please be sure to check out these screenshots of our easy to use and intuitive VPS Pools Interface here!


ColoCrossing – Los Angeles, CA, USA

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ColoCrossing – Dallas, TX, USA

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– Intel Xeon E3 Processors

– 32GB to 64GB RAM

– 4x 2TB HDDs

– Hardware RAID10 with Caching

– 1Gbps uplink

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

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How to gray out options in dropdown when certain variation is choosen instead of dissappearing

I am looking for a way to gray out the options in the dropdown of a woocommerce product page. Currently i have 520 variations for a product. Example below.

Here is the link to the product page:

So essentially it works as needed, however i wanted to know if there is a way to still show all the options for each dropdown, which would be grayed out, and the available options for a particular variation would still show as is now.

Like if i were to choose “Appliance Bases” under the “Cabinet Categories” drop-down, all the options for “Description” and “Dimensions” would still show, but be grayed out and not available to click, instead of just disappearing when it is filtered.

Any help would be appreciated:)


Disable OPEN in SharePoint Online options?

My company has a SP list for a staff directory called Who’s Who. All of the columns are visible in the All Items view except for 1 field — the Mobile Phone number. That is only visible to the HR (and IT Development) staff using a view called HR-View. I have confirmed that a general user cannot access the HR-View and that the column is not shown in Quick Edit mode.

There is 1 problem. A general user can select a person, then click on the ellipsis and choose Open. The fly-out opens and exposes the Mobile Phone number to the general users (a big no-no). Do I have to create a new fly-out for the view/edit forms, or is there a way to disable the Open menu option.

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FYI – the general user cannot edit the data in the fly-out because they are read-only, but that can read a column which we would prefer they not be able to see.

What are the options for Animate Undead for a Necromancer?

I have just moved to 5e from 3.5e

I’ve read up about the Necromancer class in 5e, and from what I have seen so far there are only three possible undeads that they can possibly animate: medium zombies, medium skeletons, and ghouls. Are there other options for animation?

Undead created by a Necromancer add a proficiency bonus to damage, but in my opinion, without extra help they will miss often at medium-high level. Are there options to improve their stats?

Thank you. 🙂

Can you take different archetype options at different levels?

Once you’ve picked a subclass option at level 3, could you later take a different subclass option, or do you lock into a specialty at level 3 and then run with it for the rest of that class’ progression?

For example, as a rogue, if you took the “Thief” archetype at level 3, giving you access to Fast Hands and Second Story Work, could you then take the “Assassin” archetype to give you the specific benefits that archetype gives instead of the “Thief” ones?

The PHB rogue description seems to imply that you couldn’t:

At 3rd level, you choose an archetype that you emulate in the exercise of your rogue abilities: Thief, detailed at the end of the class description, or one from another source. Your archetype choice grants you features at 3rd level and then again at 9th, 13th, and 17th level.

but I’d like a more certain answer, especially one that refers to archetypes in general. Also I’m not ashamed to admit I’d prefer a source with some authority that tells me you can mix and match, but I am looking for the truth of the rules when all is said and done…

  • Different to Can you multiclass the same class twice for different class features because the no on that demonstrates that you can’t re-take a level of the same class. Taking different features for different levels is not the same thing, and would work differently.

  • Similar to Can I mix monk traditions? but that one was specific to monks – which is why it didn’t show up on any searches I did, and why it wouldn’t on the searches of others. This question is specific enough to be clear and precise, but broad enough to be useful to others who aren’t in the exact same situation/using the same class.

Customize Ubuntu syslinux CD Installation menu options

I wonder to remove Function options from syslinux on Ubuntu CD installation iso.

I am customizing my own distro and I want to remove those options which are useless for my case.

I have tried changing .cfg files but doesn’t work and I can’t find proper setting to remove it. I succeed on changing background and some colors, but not customizing these options.

Options to be removed from custom syslinux

How to show more folder options when bookmarking pages in Chrome?

I have a lot of folders in my chrome (e.g., Music, food, Novel, Movie).

I will add different types of pages to each corresponding folders. And the desired folder options will descend if I have chosen too many folders before.

In default, it shows only 8 folders to choose from. The last 3 folder options are fixed (pined) and the top 5 folder options are changeable.

I’m wondering if there’s a way to show more folder options in the “Bookmark added” menu or even pin the folder options. So I don’t need to click “choose another folder” button to choose folders I frequently used.

The "Bookmark added" menu

How do I design an efficient and easy layout for a settings page which has at least 200+ options spanning 18+ categories

The web app I am now working on as a pilot project for my learning has a very complex settings page. It has 18-20 main categories and tweaks about 200 configurations within these categories. There are 2 access levels, one is a manager and another is owner. Owner can see all changes, but doesn’t necessarily have to configure all of them. Manager can see only select tweaking options and has to configure things by himself.

Right now I am using a vertical tabbed approach. How can I improve it further?

Here’s the screenshot for reference

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