Use The “Disable Blogging” Plugin To Make It Easier To Create A Static Website

Some webmasters wanted to implement a static website instead of a blog because, they wanted to setup a website that is dedicated to run services, such as enabling advertisers to purchase ad slots, or running a support site, or just running a website with advanced information.

Although; some people wanted to run a static website,–instead of a traditional blog when using self-hosted WordPress. Whether if you had a sigle installs of WordPress that is dedicated to do each function. You wanted to run your own social networking site that is an alternative to a common social networking site that is indeed out of shape, or too much ads spying on your computer. However; I’m still experimenting with my website,–trying to fix up my support site, and find the way to rewrite articles that are outdated.

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What Should I Host On My Website?

Many people started a website,–after they owned domains. They chosen a hosting company in question. And they wanted to build their website, but many people didn’t even understand! When you host a website, you think about how you wanted your site to be. Use your imagination! And think about what do you wanted to host. You can host a platform, service, website for users, forums, online communities, etc.

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WordPress Magic: Use A Firefox Browser To Compare How Your Websites Are Displayed

Some people usually use Chromebooks to develop websites, but they’re limited to a Chrome browser,–that’s how Chrome OS gots its name. If you had an Android phone, you can down load a secondary browser to compare between websites. This is useful if you wanted to check if your ads are functioning correctly, or study the layout of your website with a browser that can render your website’s layout.

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Strategic Suspending Of User Accounts On Your Website Or Monetization Programs

You heard of Blogger wrongfully deleting legitimate blogs as spam,–when affiliate links were used properly… YouTube wrongfully/illegally terminating user accounts who were just respecting the community of YouTube itself… Google AdSense unlawfully terminating their accounts… and other big hosting providers who offer services for free on the internet. Some of these companies were just neglecting customers who had concerns,–regarding monetization, content ownership, blog ownership, etc. Most of these companies hasn’t strategically find which user on their website is involved in violations, but many of these users who were just legitimate users who were respecting the terms has experienced neglectful practices. According to the FTC… if I can get my calculation correct; many businesses were NOT following business laws around the USA, or other countries. And some users has started to find a different host to host their content, and monetize their content with a freedom of monetization.

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