Thanks for your message. Firstly, I am not your “mate”. It is hosting, not a server. Last time I checked, you don’t interact with the PHP scripts directly, but rather through either phpVMS or VAM. Furthermore, I have had over 3 years experience with various VA CMS’s, so I know what I’m talking about, no need to grandstand me on something I already know 😉 I have seen many VAs come and go in 3 years. I know from experience that VA websites take time and effort, which most people don’t have either of, or when they have both, they are met with empty interest. The IFVARB are dough a great job of educating people that VAs aren’t a 5 minute job. This also applies to the websites. You are giving people the wrong idea about these websites, making them sound like a quick thing done only once. For those of you reading, thinking “How long does it take to create a phpVMS/VAM website?”, the answer is not 5 minutes or one hour, to create a quality website with content that is relevant, but rather 4-6 hours. First off, there is getting the website set up, not such a big thing in VAM, phpVMS is quite an involved setup however. Beyond that, there are routes, schedules, aircraft, airports, ranks, awards, staff, design/aesthetics and the internal operations of the site. Then there is promoting the VA and site, maintaining and moderating it, these hours continue long after setup. Don’t let this put you off. If you’re up for the challenge and you have the curiosity and grit to do it, give it your best shot. I did, and although I didn’t succeed at first, I learnt from my mistakes and became successful. To conclude, I suggest you do some more research and actually get some idea of what you’re talking about. For those of you interested in giving it a go, do it! But be warned, it takes a lot of time, patience and determination to see the end product, and if it doesn’t work out or you just can t be bothered anymore, you can’t get that time back you put in. Similarly, I extend a listening ear and guiding hand to anyone who is interested, but having trouble. I would be very happy to offer any advice and support I can.