The primary Zyra site is www.zyra.org.uk and is hosted at Vivostar. Zyra also has other webspaces, such as Zyra.net and Zyra Europe, and Here's a full list of Zyra's actual webspaces on this page. However, you need to be aware that there are other places which are not Zyra but which are taking advantage of the fame (or notoriety) of this site! Of course there are legitimate other people named Zyra but there are also erroneous results where some people have managed to fool the algorithms of some systems. Don't be fooled by this! It's about as credible as the Nigeria Scam which you'd should avoid.
Thanks to FreeNetName for hosting this site for the first two years plus, and thanks to Web Impact for hosting this site for almost two years after that.
There's a backup copy of this page at www.zyra.net/zsites2.htm
The site is distributed across different servers and here is a list of the sites, hosts, and status lamps...
Plus we used to get on well with V21* until they got bought-out, but have never had a webspace there. Perhaps it's just as well!
Looking for other Countries? This page is Zyra's webspace Status-Lamps, and if you are looking for a page about a country, there are many more countries on the List of Counties of The World, and you can follow the links to some of them.
Note that as from Issue112, Bostan Removals is being discontinued and allowed to disappear, together with its Bostan Removals Clique and its lamp. The only significant reason for keeping it had been the Dog Driving a Car! These have all been moved to Zyra.TV
During some time around early 2010, Freeserve was lost.
During February 2011, FreeUK was lost.
Also, just prior to Issue 135 various webspaces hosted at LineOne Tiscali disappeared. More about this at the page of Tiscali/Liability
Furthermore, on Issue 143, after Talk Talk had taken over Tiscali, the other LineOne/Tiscali webspaces disappeared. This is a shambles, see Lost Webspaces at Tiscali!
In the summer of 2012, the free hosting at BT Internet was lost. But at least BT respected their customers and sent plenty of warning that the hosting was going to go. They were very helpful. Well Done to BT!
NOTE: Most of these are FREE, and none of them have advertising on the pages apart from that which I have chosen to put in!
= SERVER ONLINE !
* = affiliate program (what's an affiliate program?)
You too can have multiple hosting like this. In the days of free dial-ups I used to say "Sign up with some of the kind people who will give free web hosting, and then upload different material to each of them, and link all of the webpages together in a constructive way".
When doing this, it's worth bearing in mind the fact that most ISPs assume you are running Windows and most also assume that they are the ONLY ISP on your system! Some software will even try to displace other ISPs that are there! However, even if the people say the ISP only works with Windows and/or that they have got to be the only ISP, chances are that neither of these assumptions are true!
Also see the category of Internet Service Providers and Hosting
Note: The only advertisements on my sites on these ISPs are ones that I have put there. You can have a free webspace and you don't have to put up with ISP-placed adverts and annoying pop-ups. If you sign up, you can have free space with no adverts. Plus, if on my site you see anything like this:
... then it's because I have put it there, which means that if you click on the advert it helps to fund MY SITE and not MY ISP. Having said that, my ISPs don't do too badly really, because I have given them all a write-up! Also see ISPs and Advertising Policy. There are no pop-ups on my site, so if you see any, then your computer has caught spyware and you need to get it seen to.