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  • TheBrick
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    I’m just in the middle of setting up a wordpress site on godaddy. I only need simple static site but if its the same for you its easy.

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    Try something like Blogger or WordPress.

    +1 wordpress

    seavers
    Member

    Yep WordPress. Even if you can’t create the site you could pay someone to do it but learn how to maintain/update. That’s what I am doing ATM.

    Head over to my company http://www.greygorilla.co.uk and I can build one for you.

    More than happy to help a fellow biker!

    I came to Singletrack for biking news but the amount of people who need website help is crazy.

    nealglover
    Member

    Head over to my company http://www.gregorilla.co.uk and I can build one for you.

    I would, but your link doesn’t work 😀

    Off to a good start 😉

    Premier Icon bruneep
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    Head over to my company http://www.gregorilla.co.uk and I can build one for you.

    More than happy to help a fellow biker!

    I came to Singletrack for biking news but the amount of people who need website help is crazy.

    hope you can spell better on work you do 😉

    Lol, whoops.

    http://www.greygorilla.co.uk

    Sorry chap, very tired and should have paid more attention.

    Triple checked this time 😆

    nealglover
    Member

    I have the domain name registered.

    I have set up the email account and that’s all working.

    Now what ?

    I want a simple site, info page, maybe a gallery and that’s about it for now.

    Where can I do this, how to organise hosting etc, URL forwarding etc just confuses me 😐

    Email hosting I can do, web hosting is a new one for me.

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