For a personal genealogy site you might want to look a Rootsweb
Freepages. You have to put up with an Ancestry banner across the top,
but it's not terribly intrusive. Here's a link to the Freepages terms
page so you can get some idea hat's allowed and not allowed:
Here's my Freepages site so you can see what you get:
It's nothing fancy, just a basic page/site. That's by my choice, not
theirs. You can get about as fancy as you wish. Many sites have much
more "bling" than mine does.
On 09/29/2011 01:37 PM, Nick Wallingford wrote:
> I just did a quick search for "free web hosting" and got a few starting
> Many/most such services rely on some sorts of banner advertising,
> sometimes restricting your site to be in a frame even, with the
> advertising always showing. Others will perhaps annoy with multiple pop
> up windows.
> But given the price, it would be worth checking out several of them
> before you decide which might suit you.
> I just created an account on the first hit I had, just to try it out.
> Though I'm sure there might be some fish hooks further down the road, it
> was pretty painless signing up, and the facilities provided were quite
> full-featured, IMHO, for a free service.
> But like I say, I don't have any recent specific experiences with these
> services, just enough to know that they do work, but that "free" doesn't
> necessary relate to "freedom" in this instance...
> On 30/09/11 06:53, Tom Kupp wrote:
>> According to Nick Walling ford, "There are a number of free hosting services
>> that you could use" since Gramps no longer hosts user sites. Does anyone know
>> who these services are?
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding what to have for dinner.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb." - Benjamin Franklin -
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