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Looking for a good website provider to make my own site

ApostateApostate Registered User regular
I need a good, and preferably easy to use, way to make my own website. It's for my art portfolio so I'm not looking for a lot of bells and whistles but I don't want the design to be utterly generic either.

I have used wix.com and was pretty happy with their website builder. I was able to get something clean and simple that didn't look too generic. I would have stuck with them but there seems to be a flaw in their software that makes the pictures displayed slightly blurry. I tried all the solutions they list but nothing really helped. I need my stuff to look pin sharp.

I then tried weebly.com. I believe the images look better but their site builder is so basic that you really can't do anything remotely interesting without knowing html, at least from what I can tell.

So instead of grinding through every service out there myself I was wondering if anyone had any experience with other providers. Cheap is good, free is best, but I don't mind spending a little bit to get it done right. I am going to have pay something when I buy the domain name anyway.

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