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  1. strypey strypey

    @arunisaac let me answer your question with a question...

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    1. strypey strypey

      @arunisaac  Why do non-geeks tend to use proprietary SaaSS like Weebly, Wix, BlogSpot etc not self-host with existing packages like WP?

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      1. strypey strypey

        @arunisaac why do those who do self-host use packages that create appallingly bloated sites using stuff like # and loads of surplus JS?

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        1. strypey strypey

          @arunisaac from a non-geek perspective a website is like a business card or a poster, a means to an end (promotion/ outreach/ networking).

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          1. strypey strypey

            @arunisaac so non-geeks will tend towards whatever is a) easiest to understand, b) cheapest, c) quickest to create and update.

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            1. strypey strypey

              @arunisaac so what I want to offer my non-geek friends is a free code package that is super user-friendly, covering a) and c), and...

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              1. strypey strypey

                @arunisaac produces simple homepages with the minimum possible page size, keeping the cost of storage and bandwidth down, and covering b)

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                1. strypey strypey

                  @arunisaac the ideal solution works in a browser, and walks the user through registering a domain name and leasing hosting to point it at

                  about 10 days ago from quitter.se
                  1. strypey strypey

                    @arunisaac perhaps what I'm envisaging is not software, more like website HowTos aimed at specific use cases?
                    http://qttr.at/1u6z

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