HostGator and BlueHost are the main hosting solutions I recommend.
They both feature cPanel, 24/7 instant support messaging, have a record of almost NO downtime, are inexpensive and easy to set up. They have tons of built-in features like Fantastico and SimpleScripts.
Here’s a quick video about BlueHost and its integration with WordPress:
These afr good substitutes for Georgia, Tahoma, the same old thing. Ig you want to get fancy, now you can.
I keep finding clients who have been taken. Taken for a ride by “web designers” who muck everything up, and invariably overcharge. I find myself spending more and more time undoing the bad to make it right. Example: disabling CMS of WP by hand-coding everything! Widgets, I find a PHP tool; a menu hard-coded. And these are readily availabe in the Twenty Ten default theme which he is, in fact, using. oops, he changed the theme name to own: “Drew.” What ego! The dynamic aspects are gone. The user interface is gone! The worse the damage, the more they charge. Background images in widgets — can’t grow or shrink!