Free Website Creation?

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Jul 26, 2009

Free Website Creation? by Ryukouki at 3:41 AM (972 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. Ryukouki
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    Member Ryukouki See you later, guys.

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    I just want to create a simple website where I can speak my mind and have fun. I don't care about domains. I don't want domains. I just want a simple site to just talk and enjoy. Anyone know a place to create a free website or if I were to use a domain, anyone know where I can get one free without pay? I saw weebly and all these weird domains but I did not like very much cuz they costed money.
     
  2. jphriendly

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  3. Seven

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    There's http://webs.com but I think the space they give you is pretty tight.
     
  4. UltraMagnus

    Member UltraMagnus hic sunt dracones

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    google sites? rather basic, but that sounds like what you want.

    although, if you just want a blog, the is wordpress, blogger, live journal, et al
     
  5. tal32123

    Member tal32123 GBAtemp Regular

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    weebly is free and so is webs. also you can make a co.cc domain and use that to directly link to your weebly account (this is what i do for one of my sites)
     
  6. KingdomBlade

    Member KingdomBlade Blade v3+ (I R SHMEXY)

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    I say go for co.nr domains. And as said go with weebly. Weebly is free.
     
  7. Wabsta

    Member Wabsta you fight like a dairy farmer

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    Freehostia is a pretty good free hosting service, I host my webspace there (my domains are hired somewhere else).
     
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    Member jesterscourt Not Brad.

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    On a sidenote, can someone suggest a guide/site to creating snappier looking (web 2.0 but argh i hate terms like that) design for a webpage? I have access to Dreamweaver, and I have forgotten any HTML or Java I once knew years ago.

    I'd like to have my site integrated with Twitter, and also allow RSS feeds to pickup on new posts.
     
  9. UltraMagnus

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    web 2.0 style websites require a CMS (content management system) running on a webserver with PHP and MYSQL, features you only find in paid hosting. having said that hosting with that can be found for as little as £1 a month
     
  10. myuusmeow

    Member myuusmeow GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Many many many free web hosts have PHP and MySQL, infact pretty much anything not called "Freewebs" would have these features.
     
  11. Celby

    Newcomer Celby Newbie

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    Try it with hpage.com
    It's very easy and you are ready for taking off with an own address and you have 300 MB storage space for free. More then 300 professional design templates and unlimited possibilities to extend your free website.
     
  12. Linkiboy

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    I use byethost as far as free hosts go. They have a script installer (for things like WordPress or CMS)

    http://byethost.com/
     

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