Static websites are websites whose content does not change (not dynamic). This may be a simple website like a personal page, small business page, landing page, advert, etc. According to Wikipedia, a domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority or control within the Internet. Domain names are used in various networking contexts and for application-specific naming and addressing purposes.
An example of a domain name may be https://wikipedia.org which can be used to access the Wikipedia website.
Without a domain name, it is much more difficult to properly view and host a website or web-app as the url will contain "weird" characters and symbols which look unprofessional and are not user-friendly. However it is not necessary to pay for a domain name if you simply want to view how your website looks online. For that specific need and purpose, you can use the services we offer here at PageSection.
The video tutorial above shows a simple way of using our service to upload your web project and receive a web url link to it. It's that easy.
We offer a free trial period after you sign up and create your account. At no extra cost. Use it to test out the platform, subscribe later.
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