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- I'm looking for a host for my website, I'm totally annoyed at the @#)*(&)(*^$ popup windows that are being forced onto the GeoCities pages now. I don't need anything sophisticated my site is going to stay simple static pages. Any info anyone can supply would be greatly appreciated. -- df [check out newsguy.com - for 5.95/month you get 30 megs o space and mysql - NO POPUPS -- William Sanders ]
Strongly agree, I even avoid following links to GeoCities pages for same reason.
as for Evan's suggestion of using the wiki for hosting your own personal site, that's called WikiSquatting and is normally discouraged. -- Randy Jean
David, in addition to www.homestead.com, why not just host your website on the wiki? Easy to update, it is fox related... - Evan Delay
David, I don't know if you're trying to do any VFP stuff in your website, but Harold Chattaway of USData Centers says he hosts a lot of VFP sites. Go to www.usdatacenters.com. ( site's discontinued?) -- Barbara Peisch
- http://www.focuswebdesign.com.au/ - Great host, good offerings and prices if you're in Australia like me. Probably better going elsewhere if you're not in Aust though.
- I use DNS2Go and host it on my server in my basement. With DNS2GO you can even have the domain name of your choice, even on a Dynamic IP connection. It's here http://www.dns2go.com - And the fee is only about $19.00 a YEAR. You do anything you want, including VFP web apps and because it's yours on your server, you can have a site as big as your hard drive if you like. Grady McCue
Category Web Development
( Topic last updated: 2014.11.20 02:16:39 PM )