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any maybe free webhost for my iweb?


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Hey everyone, I'm trying to upload my website (newbee hehe) from iweb and I'm trying to see if anyone has advices on where to find good web host for personal sites ?

maybe a free web host would be awesome since its just a website for friends, you know to show pics and music and stuff... kind of like stay in touch.

I tried Bravenet but it gave me too much problems and I couldn't even use my website, I mean I uploaded it using ftp and did everything right but it didn't' work... I'm going to check iWeb.com to see if its worth the pay..

any advices?

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You could try Netfirms free basic service.

They had a technical limitation I couldn't live without and I don't know if they added it and if it would affect iWeb created content. The problem was that they blocked server side includes.

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50webs.com has free hosting. It's pretty easy to use too.

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Thanks I'll check them out!


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