Web Site - Set up

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Re: Web Site - Set up

Post Number:#16  Unread postby Cedar Point Rabbitry » Sat Nov 28, 2015 8:16 pm

I use Hostgator: You buy a domain and get a hosting for 3 years. Good pricing, good customer support.

I would recommend using Wordpress when making a website as well. You can make MUCH better websites with it then with 'free' ones like Weebly, etc.

I would also suggest getting someone to help you get it all set up, unless you love computer stuff :) Maggie's son looks like a good choice.

I've done 3 of my own Wordpress websites plus a friend's weebly site.
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Re: Web Site - Set up

Post Number:#17  Unread postby Deer Heart » Sun Nov 29, 2015 7:13 pm

You could also just choose to use facebook or tumblr as your website which makes easy sharing and getting the word out. I use tumblr which is redirected from a domain name url that I paid for. I haven't done much with it lately though, still working on a banner I like. is the result.

Bear in mind tumblr is very limited on the sort of layout you can do, but I like simple and straightforward and it allows for that :)

I may upgrade to wordpress though once I get more content to share


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