Hosting Your WordPress Website

WordPress is open-source software. You can learn more about it here You can download the code at WordPress.org. You can then install the code on your own web hosting and "you are free to use it for anything without paying anyone a license fee and a number of other important freedoms. (check out there site for more information: https://wordpress.org/about/). According to … [Read more...]

7 Reasons You Shouldn’t Get the Free Website

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I see it almost every day. Someone comes to me complaining about the free (or almost free) website they have. It won't allow them to do something they need to do, or they don't know how to do what they need to do, or they have outgrown the free option and don't want to pay the extraordinarily high upgrade fees. Sometimes they are ready to move away from the free website … [Read more...]

Why I Don’t Like GoDaddy’s Shared Hosting

I haven't been a fan of GoDaddy for quite a while for many reasons that I won't go into - many of them are just personal preference and don't have any significance technically. But, there are a few technical reasons that I don't like their shared hosting. The first reason is that they don't allow you to have a private area. I'm only talking about their Linux hosting. I'm … [Read more...]

How to Upload Your Web Pages to Your Web Site

The purpose behind web pages is to share your information with the world! It's hard to share that information if your web page is on your local computer. Even though, you *could* make your local computer accessible to the world and let people visit your web page on your local computer, it's really not a good idea. There are all kinds of security risks involved and you … [Read more...]