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lil_cat_luver

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Do you mean a free webhost or a free html editor?
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Who is "you"? No one has even posted here yet, so i'm not quite sure what info you want.
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The person who started the topic, Dedrivudd, did not write anything in the post except the title. I'm the first one to reply, so my reply became the post for some reason.

"You" is the person who started topic.

Edited by lil_cat_luver, 09 October 2005 - 06:23 PM.

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Dedrivudd

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Wow.. sorry but in some weird way my first post got delete... i'm me :tazz:

I need both webo host and hmtl editor

Edited by Dedrivudd, 10 October 2005 - 06:54 AM.

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Ok, now that that's all straightened out, i'd recommend Core-Fusion technologies for hosting, which you can check out over at hlfusion.net . If you want free hosting and don't mind subdomains, the free hosting over there will do just fine. But, you need to post 20 times to get it. It's a great forum so, it shouldn't be that hard. If you want a site with a forum, jconserv.net has great forum hosting that comes with a free domain (if you pay for premium hosting). The premium hosting is cheaper than buying a domain and it's hosting included with a domain. As far as html editors go, cofee cup html editor will do fine. I've used it before. It's pretty easy, and it has a nice interface too.
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Well starlink.co.uk are a good host.

My friend louis runs it.

I don't think that the site is up at the moment but when it is, email him asking him what you basically need (hosting things) and he will arange a monthly / yearly price.

Frontpage express it a free wysiwyg editor.

Also louis (starlinkuk.co.uk) can built your site for you for a small fee?
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How about the following:

http://www.nvu.com/

or

http://bluefish.open...e.nl/index.html
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Okay thank you all.. I will check out all of them
I'm looking for free because I'm learning still..
O.o nice update with the posting people!
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Try t35.com for free hosting. I've used their free hosting package before, it's a lot better than geocities I tell ya :tazz: There'll be more details on the website, just go to the free hosting package page.

For the html editor, use notepad :)
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Do you need a webpage designer?
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Lil cat thanks I'll try that then!

caelewen yes I want that
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