Many webmasters has been trying to fight off content that promotes terrorism. Many terror groups, such as ISIS has been using these websites where user-generated content is recently published to the web. Twitter, Facebook, Blogger, Tumblr, BandCamp, SoundCloud, YouTube, Vimeo, and other services online may have vague policies against terrorism, but you discovered they didn’t crack down on terrorism what you expected to do so.
Right now; I’m experimenting if an about page for your website need subpages. I’ve been working with my about page on my multisite. Well, about pages can be as long as a book with chapters. For example; you were telling a history about your website what you’re still developing. Whether if you were just building a blogging platform… or you were just writing fictional stories from scratch, having subpages for your about page can be useful if you want to keep relevant information sorted. This is useful if you were just building a static website with posts as a blog section..
Recently… Chitika has discontinued using PayPal, and replaced it with Payoneer. This payment platform isn’t as accessible as PayPal. Since Chitika has some problems with PayPal, maybe they have to swap platforms to make it easier for people to get paid faster. However; that didn’t solve the problem for blind webmasters like me! That is the another form of discrimination against the blind webmasters who rely on shared-hosting plans. In common, most websites written by blind webmasters are text-based. There’s no images, and no video content. Well, they may have audio content,–if available.
Up to a year or so; I’ve been working with my website since I moved from Blogger to self-hosted WordPress. I’ve been studying some sites that are ran by sex offenders in the USA, and other countries. Well, I don’t allow sex offenders to use my site under any circumstances because, my goal is to keep my visitors safe. However, many sex offenders has been fighting against these laws and regulations that prevent them from using social networking sites… such as Facebook, and other sites. That also caused them to be banned from certain blogging platforms. I do support laws that will prevent sex offenders from using any social networks where children are present.
Many Draft2Digital users publish content everyday. But newly signed up users has a question that isn’t found on Draft2Digital’s FAQ page on their site.