This article explains a simple method to create self-destructing website that deletes automatically after 30 days of no posting. SDNotes.com is a free service that lets you easily create self-destructing websites in minutes. It doesn’t require you to login or create an account. All you have to do is enter your custom URL tag with SDNotes domain and that’s your website; it’s available for use instantly. For example https://www.sdnotes.com/ilfstestwebsite.
The generated site is more like a simple blog where you can post. The posts are basically simple text, it doesn’t support media and RTF. The site is public and all the posts you add to the website are also public. There is no website administrator so anyone can make a post to the website. But if you don’t want that you can add a password to restrict posting. The website stays active as long as you keep posting. But it gets deleted automatically if you don’t post for 30 days.
Create Self-Destructing Website That Deletes Automatically After 30 Days of No Posting
As I already said, creating a self-destructing website is really simple with SDNotes. All you have to do is enter the SDNotes URL into the address bar of your web browser. Then add your Custom URL tag starting with a forward slash and tap Enter to visit the new URL.
If your URL tag is unique, it instantly creates a web page for that and makes it available for posting. And if there is an existing website with the same name as you entered, it takes you to that website instead.
The website has a text at the top where you can type your text and post it. The posts appear below the text box in chronological order. By default, anyone can post of your website but you can add a password to restrict that. Click the info-icon below the post text box. This gives you an option to add a password for posting. This way, only the person with the password can post on the website.
The website stays active as long as you keep posting. And once you stop posting, it gets self-destruct after 30 days of no activity,
Give it a try here.
This is how you can create self-destructing website using SDNotes. The websites it lets you create are temporary but yet kind of permanent as they won’t delete if you keep posting. And, websites are public means you can share them with others. This makes it a nice place to have a group discussion, regular project updates, and things like that.