[RndTbl] Best free/cheap web hosting sites?

Wyatt Zacharias wyatt at magitech.ca
Wed Feb 3 14:59:07 CST 2021

Although it may be a bit more technically involved than what you're looking
for, Github pages are free and don't have any of the security issues that
most wordpress platforms will face.
Once you've got your jekyll templates figured out, publishing updates is as
simple as writing markdown and git push to update the site.

Wyatt Zacharias

On Tue, Feb 2, 2021 at 7:07 PM Alberto Abrao <alberto at abrao.net> wrote:

> On 2021-02-02 4:17 p.m., Gilbert E. Detillieux wrote:
> This is one I'll keep in mind for my own future use, but this is more
> low-level than what I had in mind in this case...
> I used it for around 4 years, and had no issues other than the IP being
> tainted for running a mail server, unsurprisingly of course.
> I did spin something at one point, and it sat there with the default page
> until I moved it all out.
> I assume this platform is like Wix, instead of something like WordPress,
> correct?
> Yeah, more Wix-like.  And maybe Wix is the best solution in this case...
> I just wanted to know if folks had experience with any of these, and any
> recommendations for/against.
> I recommend WordPress.
> You're going to go to the trouble of migration, might as well move to a
> platform where you have options: WordPress is *everywhere*. You can go
> small, big, self-host, wordpress.org, you name it.
> There is the trouble of going through the migration, plus the learning
> curve. But it is unlikely you will have to worry about that again in the
> foreseeable future: not only most competing website platforms will make it
> easier for you to migrate *from* WordPress should there ever be a reason to
> do so, all hosting companies will accommodate WordPress, no matter your
> budget... even NoSupportLinuxHosting provides tools for quickly spinning up
> a WordPress site.
> Its interface is not threatening, addons galore, tutorials everywhere.
> You can make what you want out of it. And that's the opinion of a few
> family members' whose websites I moved from Blogger to WordPress, not mine.
> None of them are tech-oriented *at all*, and all of them are having a blast.
> --
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