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Thread: Can one use a HTML bundle on a freely available web resource ?

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    Can one use a HTML bundle on a freely available web resource ?

    Hello all,

    I have a lightweight HTML bundle (a main “index.html” file and a dozen other text files with links between them).
    I would like to make this html data visible to everyone on the web but this is not a feature that’s allowed in my blog.
    My question is, are there freely available web spaces (like free blogs) that allow one to do this, or can one only do that on payable domains whose names end in .org, .com and the like.

    TIA for any help,

    Ewan

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    Well, the below link may help you for developing your freely available web resource for HTML data.

    http://nsrc.org/helpdesk/visibility.html

    Hope this helps.
    strad solutionswww.stradsolutions.com

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    Blog sites use PHP to generate their pages so getting "as is" HTML pages on them would require rewriting the content you only need from those pages to work in a blog environment.

    Any free or paid web hosting will allow you to set up your own web pages instead of using their templates. If you have your own template set, that would also be allowed.

    Free web site sources:

    Budget Web Hosting List (2 pages): http://www.thefreecountry.com/webhosting/budget1.shtml
    PHP, SMPT, Database (All Free): http://x10hosting.com/free-hosting-signup
    No Ads: http://www.weebly.com/features.html
    http://www.piczo.com
    http://sites.google.com
    http://www.angelfire.lycos.com/
    http://WebStarts.com
    http://freehostia.com/
    http://bravenet.com/
    http://www.sitesled.com/

    Some may no longer be free.

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