Do you have your own website with a registered domain name?
September 14, 2008 11:18am CST
Atlast i bought a domain name and a cheap hosting to have my hands on website hosting. But i don't know much, i am learning the basics. I want to know how many of mylotters have their own site with a registered domain name & how did you learn to do that?
26 Sep 08
Hi,even I am looking for some cheap hosting site,since right now I am using only free hosting site and it has its own limitations and that you cannot use some features when if are using a free one.So,which site is it that you hosted,please share the info,that would help me too.
• Holiday, Florida
14 Sep 08
the first one i had was soooo easy. at angelfire. then they started charging and i've tried others since that are free and just cant do anything with them. i really wish i could afford a paid one. it would be easier at angelfire if it still exists.
• United States
11 Dec 08
Yes, I do. However, there's nothing on it because my webmistress got too busy with her other job and hasn't put anything up yet. I've been too busy to look for a new person. After this week of crazy shows, I'm going to do that.
10 Dec 08
It is really nice to have a domain name of ones own. But i do not have one till now and the price for hosting one is quite high for me and i cannot think of having one recently as i do not have enough technical knowledge. Also i have the idea that one has to maintain it regularly. Is there any site that allows to have it free? IF there is one i can have a try. Pl. let me know.
19 Nov 08
I have a couple of registered domains, 1 is my online health supplement store and the other one is just idle, waiting for contents to be put soon, else will park it for the meantime. I have also my web hosting for just a one time fee and I don't pay monthly fee.
15 Sep 08
I bought a couple and they have redirects for url and email redirects thrown in and it works great for me. What I did with that site of mine is to post web-pages to another of my service provider and have then nicely redirected with a telling short cut that has my website name on it. So in a way I need not arrange for hosting and yet get sort of hosting benefit - that of name pages in my website name. e.g http://tools.mikeang.net forum... etc.