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Site Migration from Geocities
I am excited about the opportunity webring.com is affording us "dated" Geo-users. I have been with Geocites and WEBRING since 1996, and have had lots of "head banging sessions" with Geo/Yahoo. This is super! Thanks WEBRING! In the process of transferring files/images/ etc. The site management/editing/uploading properties are working AOK for me. It will simply take a "bit of time" to transfer all my "keeper files". KUDOS WEBRING!!
I couldn't agree with you more. Somebody out there (WR) decided to put their hand out to those that were going to lose their hard work. The amount of help given is excellent. Thanks WR!
Hi All! I agree with what's already been said by... &
I just want to say a big thank to 'Webring' for migrating my website over here, for 'free' as I couldn't afford to pay for a web-hosting site. because I have worked since 2006 due to long term ill health, and updating editing my site & blogs help pass the time.
So that's why I'm so greatful to all at Webring... Thank You :)
I've had my site with Geocities since 2001, and when Yahoo/Geocities decided to pull on their free web hosting service. I thought they at least could offer us a free transfer/migration to some other free web hosting site, but it was not to be :(
Earlier on in the year they pulled the plug on their Blog 'Yahoo 360' but for that they offered a free transfer of most content over to their new... "Yahoo profiles blog" So all the java script stuff I had in my 360 is not supported in the 'Yahoo profiles blopg'.
I've also just created my webring blog early stages yet doing a few tweaks here & there :)
I don't think script codes are supported by 'Webring Blog' too???
Just in closing I'm so thankful to Webring for migrating my site for free, And hosting my website for free. I put a lot of work/hours into creating it when I first started it with Geocities. Without a computer, just using a 'settop box' 'TV-Internet' from NTL every letter, code, url, emails etc. had to be manually typed in because there was copy & paste option, so in 2005 I bought my first computer 'dell' with 'windows 98' I got the whole system speakers, subwoofer a loads of windows cds all for the grand price of £100.
Links to my Websites & Blogs:
well, we appreciate the comments of course! Now, go spread the word.
We plan on bring a LOT more to members in the coming months. Mpre than many can use, but hopefully something GOOD for most people.