What happened to just signing up for a free website host, uploading your html document, and then having your website up and running? Do any sites still let you do this?
>Do any sites still let you do this?
I know many providers who still do this, though because people upload a lot of content sensible to DMCA, I wouldn't be surprised if a site disappeared tomorrow without warnings, these ISPs run automated scripts to determine which accounts need to be closed, people make thousands accounts a day, just uploading a random mkv file might get you flagged. Be careful what you upload, there're many ways to avoid this though with a bit of creativity.
Try searching "free web host" and see what you get, I got a bunch of these services just now from DDG results.
Thanks for the quick reply. Know of anything else that's maybe free but ad supported? Webs used to do this back when they were Freewebs, but now it seems you can only customize their premade templates. Also their ad bars are more intrusive now than ever...
I've been a member of NearlyFreeSpeech.net for about a decade now. As the name suggests, it's not free, but I pay a good $2 a year to host my site there. It's based on bandwidth used, so YMMV. Also, I think it's just PHP and static HTML, so again might not be what you're looking for.
Yes, i have a based webhost that has all the things that a cheap webhksg offers.
it runs mysql, php, mail, and other shit.
I use it to run the backend of my doc-tracker on.
If you want i can send you my referral link (it gets me free expensive hosting and maybe even a vps).
There's only one catch: you eather learn dutch or use google translate.