Re: website creation?
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, June 5, 2001, 12:02|
> --- Roger Mills <romilly@...>
> > wrote:
> >If, and I repeat, if I create a website for Kash et al., does anyone
> >suggestions? I note that geocities is a popular location, also
> >lycos/tripod; possibly my ISP would host one, but I'd have to check on
> >Keep in mind that I am barely computer-literate; all relevant input
> will be
> >welcomed. Thanks in advance.
I'm using Free, which is extremely good. It is really completely free, provides
you with as many accounts as you like. For each account you get: one e-mail
address with 25Mo of space to keep your e-mails, 100Mo of space for your
webpage, and a few other interesting services. There's never any advertising put
on your webpage (Free is paid only through the advertising that appears on its
own webpage). There are only two problems:
- Free is French. I know it's been used in Holland too (and the web-based e-mail
program is available in dozens of languages), but to subscribe you have to
understand French (though I'm not sure you have to live in France).
- It often has problems, mainly due to the fact that the number of people using
it is quite big, but those problems concern mainly the people who use it for
their Internet connection, as well as the web-based e-mail program. I've never
had any problem with my webpage (except the fact that I sometimes cannot access
it to change things. Seems like it depends on the computer I'm using...).