Multiple WebHosters?

  • DarkAZNboi1313
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Is it 'ok' to span a website over multiple free web hosters? like have one hoster, like freewebs.com which has bigger storage, keep all the big files like videos and other large files. Then on another free provider, like angelfire that doesnt have as much storage, have the pages link to the freewebs stuff. So that its like one 'real' site but its data is stretched across multiple hosts.

Do ya get my drift? cuz i dont know how to explain it any better :oops:
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  • Nucleo
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Post 3+ Months Ago

it is ok, if the host allows it.
many free webhosts have it in their TOS that they dont want to be used as file hosters. Check those first.
When I was on free webhosting I used to host some .zip files on a different server, it was ok, but because it was a free host, the server used to go down to often.
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It can feesibly be done; it just might get pretty complicated having different pages hosted on different sites. Why don't you just get a low cost hosting package - u can get good hosting for as low as $2 a month.
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cuz im a cheapass bum who dont like givin money for online stuffs but seriously im not an expert webdude so all i really need is some free thing
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Free hosting is fine you just can't expect much from them or hold them up to any real standards.

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