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3:19 am on Feb 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Hi. first off let me introduce myself. My name is Adam, i live in San Francisco and enjoy making webpages! :)

Anyway, on to my question. I would like to offer free webspace (like geocities.com ,xoom.com ) on MythPages.com. I currently have it hosted on excelland.com which sets everything up for you, but their servers are incredibly slow. What my question is-

1. Anyone know of a site that does what excelland.com does but doesnt have 15 million sites hosted on one server...

or

2. Anyone know of a script that will do this? I know at least one exists but i dont know where to get it or the name of it.

Thanks in Advance
Adam
aka Arsenal

3:45 am on Feb 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Here is a free host list [showcase.netins.net] that might have what you are looking for. There are 50-75 free hosts around the net. Some you will have to dig to find.

note: please read the terms of service [webmasterworld.com] user agreement for our webmasterworld guidlines on self promotion urls.

3:51 am on Feb 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

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sorry about url, must have missed that one

I meant my providing free webpage hosting, not using it

Probably should have picked a better title for this forum. Im trying to set up a servive like geocities.com...

10:08 am on Feb 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

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OH, I see. Read it backwards.

Wow, that takes some serious hardware. It would have to be through one of the bigger hosts, or your own boxes. Most of the free hosts are running their own systems.