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  • @'Sol':

    Found this vid on HostGator, makes everything look a lot more simple :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeyoVxSK1yI

    Yes it does. I used Fantastico (which you can see on the vid) instead of QuickInstall, so you have a bunch of various options to install. The only thing you need to do is find the right theme and the right plugins.



  • Found this vid on HostGator, makes everything look a lot more simple :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeyoVxSK1yI



  • @'Sol':

    Yea, I heard about that shit. Been looking at some alternatives, mostly Wordpress and Tumblr. Tumblr appeals to me since it's so easy to use but Wordpress seems nice as well, I like the customization options, though setting it up seems like a lot of work for my lazy ass and next to no experience with it (hell the documentation gives me a headache :D).

    I had a look at Wordpress's free blog function, the ToS says pornographic materials isn't allowed though, however Rickfoxxx is using it and he's still around.

    I'll probably not go with Wordpress right away, seems a little too much right now but I'll keep digging thru the documentation. :)

    Well, I would say WP if and only if you have the hosting for it. If you go for self-hosting, I recommend hostgator. You can unlimited webspace, but the real benefit is unlimited bandwidth. You don't know how great that is until you need it. Last month, I almost had 250GB of bandwidth used. Most sites would be flipping out if I went over that.



  • Yea, I heard about that shit. Been looking at some alternatives, mostly Wordpress and Tumblr. Tumblr appeals to me since it's so easy to use but Wordpress seems nice as well, I like the customization options, though setting it up seems like a lot of work for my lazy ass and next to no experience with it (hell the documentation gives me a headache :D).

    I had a look at Wordpress's free blog function, the ToS says pornographic materials isn't allowed though, however Rickfoxxx is using it and he's still around.

    I'll probably not go with Wordpress right away, seems a little too much right now but I'll keep digging thru the documentation. :)



  • Google's Blogger to delete all 'adult' blogs with ads in three days …
    http://www.zdnet.com/googles-blogger-to-delete-all-adult-blogs-with-ads-in-three-days-7000017451/

    Is a Link to a fellow Bloger or to Affect3D a Link to an Adult Site for Google? I think so ...

    Will be interesting how many Blogs will be shut down .. (including my own )



  • There's always Ambient Dimension for all your 3D (and 3DX) needs!



  • @'NovaDigital':

    Hope I didn't melt your brain! =)

    It didn't melt, was dangerously close to overheating though. ;)
    Well I suppose Blogger is out of the question now. Right now Tumblr seems the most interesting, something with Wordpress seems a little appealing too but I think I want to keep things as simple as possible for now. Wordpress seems fairly simplel, just need a web host and a domain name or something like that first. (I actually have no clue about those things :D)



  • I suppose it really depends on what you want to do … and exactly what you want to show on the site. Also, I think, and this is purely a personal opinion, if what you're going to show is generally more "hard core" and the layout of the site is such that it slams the viewer with imagery right off the bat ... then a disclaimer might be a good idea.

    On the other hand, if your layout is such that viewers aren't bombarded with content immediately, then a disclaimer is optional. My site, for example ... in my opinion, is a bit more subtle about the content delivery (granted, not a lot of the planned content is there yet), but it's pretty obvious what the site is about ... so it kind of acts as its own disclaimer.

    As Supro stated, if it's within your means, I highly recommend your own hosting. I use hostgator for all of my sites. Exceptionally affordable (for a very low fee, you can host as many sites as you want) and they're pretty relaxed about adult content. I've spoken with several of their representatives on the phone about it and the general rule of thumb is ... if it's not breaking any laws, then they're ok with it. In fact, not too long ago, I had a little snafu with the server settings and had to have a tech support fella go through the site ... he actually complimented me on it. heh.

    The biggest issue I've seen with providers like Bloggr ... especially with the disclaimer page active ... is SEO. There is no native SEO ... it's driven entirely through Bloggr's overall indexing. So your page ranking is going to be pretty much dependent solely on the number of page hits. And the disclaimer page? Doesn't count as a page hit for your site. So if getting noticed on search engines is important ... that might be an issue.

    The actual set up and maintenance of the site is entirely up to you as to how difficult or easy you want it to be. Bloggr is good for ease of set up and usage .. and there's very little to worry about in the way of actual maintenance once it's up and running. Having your own domain and hosting, can get a bit tricky if the hosting provider uses an oddball or less than user friendly CMS. And you will, of course, be responsible for continuing maintenance on the site itself. However, with the proliferation of front end CMS systems like WordPress or Joomla, it can be pretty straight forward and fairly easy to set up.

    Hope I didn't melt your brain! =)



  • So far I haven't had trouble with Blogger. In the setting menu, make sure you check the box about "Contains Adult Content" and Blogger will put up a disclaimer for you. Other then that, it's pretty easy



  • Most people use blogger, but I've seen a few have been shut down because of asses labeling it as spam.

    I recommend getting your own host through like hostgator or something, but if that's not an option, then tumblr might work.



  • I found I never have enough to actually talk about, so I just use Tumblr and Blogger to host my images.


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