I have always admired the astrophotography and pictures of the Milky Way. Since I bought my first Canon 400D camera, I wanted to shoot the starry sky and the galactic center of the Milky Way. However, it was not as easy as I thought. There are many lessons, articles, and videos on the internet about what's needed to shoot the Milky Way. But here I will try to share a few tips from my personal experience which you probably will not find in other articles and websites.
A few weeks ago I decided to make an English version of my website. At that time I still enjoyed free hosting and domain at www.weebly.com. To my surprise, after I made a copy of the site and started to translate I discovered that Weebly have stopped indexing pages for all new sites. I could not believe it, but even the support team confirmed it. I do not know who on Earth would create a website that can not be detected by the search engines. After this "suicide" act of Weebly immediately registered my own domain and paid for hosting. And I think I will not be only one when everybody learns about this "innovation" of Weebly.