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    Originally posted by RoD
    ive been wanting

    www.xtreme$$$$.com for a while

    the filter is gonna remove the s-word prolly.
    There's some hosting sites that register you a name for free (I think www.affinityhosting.net does that...not sure though).

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    yea but id have to pay for hosting.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    yea but id have to pay for hosting.
    No satisfying us is there...(j/p).

    www.brinkster.com has good ASP service (30 megs, no ads, xml support). www.shorturl.com is really good for a short url (check out my poetry site in my sig). those to together IMO are grand.

    www.lycos.co.uk has php & mysql support (only way 2 block ads imho is to use phpBB for a forum).

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    eh, eventually i will get a good host and my .com so i can use php-nuke

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    Once there was a time, when even Network soulutions had an offer to book domain (and use) in advance for free.
    Anyway, for personal, permanent, serious use buy one. No alternative. Try for best price. Godaddy.com is giving you best price in my knowledge.
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    I use the dyndns service, it's great....

    my OpenBSD server is accessible from everywhere..... lol

    there're no problems.....

    to run different services....

    like ssh, ftp, http(s), cvs, mysql


    for free website hosting, I use www.host.sk

    NO ADS
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    i have used alot of free stuff.

    but if you want the combo i had:

    www.geocities.com for the 5MB uploads
    www.dot.tk for the short name (liek www.yourname.tk for free)

    but hey, i got my www.blackjaguar-studios.com for free! w00t! i get unlimited webspace, i get unlimited badwidth, no ads, unlimited e-mails and MySQL databases, and the works!

    thing is, we got someone else to host us for doing work for him (currently still am)
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    Originally posted by SourceCode
    Yes www.dyndns.org is very good, it also has a port redirect service incase you actually want to run your own webserver and your isp blocks 80. However their names kind of suck, for better names check out www.dot.tk Also on that site there are a few programs that you can use to update your ip, incase it's dynamic.

    What I did was I used dyndns for the port redirect, then used their name service and got a new name. And then finally I got a .tk so it would look better. It's all free too. In the end though, I had nothing to put on my website so I took it down heh.
    what? I can't find port redirection anywhere on dyndns.org. It makes me so mad that my isp takes up port 80--my sites always al;sksfd;ljk.ath.cx:8000. where did you see the port redirection?

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    It's under webhop XTerria
    Away.

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