There are plenty of web hosting services to choose from, and I know many of them that MacRumors members have recommended. What I'm shopping for at the moment has a twist. I want to purchase web hosting for a website (let's say it's www.mysite.com/) with the ability to create "subaccounts" for a set of users who will manage their own web pages within their own folder, e.g., www.mysite.com/person1/, www.mysite.com/person2/. Each of those will be a personal website. I want to be able to give a user name and password to each person so they can use FTP to upload their own web pages if they have a web editor like iWeb or Dreamweaver. But... I also want to let them use web-based site-building software provided by the web hosting service. That way they can choose to create a simple personal site using templates and a web interface if they don't want to use a local application. The security requirement is that none of my users should be able to affect pages other than in their own folder. Only I will have keys to the whole kingdom. Lots of web hosting services provide FTP subaccounts and lots provide web-based page editing. Do any provide web-based page editing for subaccounts? Any other advice about my plan?