The Best CMS for the expers.
You can freely do whatever you want depending on your code knowledge. Everything is very best in uCoz. But only there is some disadvantage: We can write PHP script but not everything in PHP as free. The pockets are very expensive and there is no language support for more languages like Turkish. uCoz does not support SSL. We have to buy it from another hosting service and install it.
Ucoz sites rightly infamous for malware
I first found out about Ucoz sites because of an artist who uses them. Clicked on a link to see his work and my antivirus immediately alerted me that I had navigated to an infected site, followed by a flurry of blocking and quaratine activity. Thought it was a one-off, but when it happened again with another, unrelated Ucoz site, I read up on the company. It's one of the most notorious companies in the world for malware. Not blaming the unsuspecting customers who build a site with the product... something bigger is afoot. Avoid, avoid, avoid.
This service seemed great on the surface. I had my website up and running flawlessly for months until I noticed something off. Randomly an intrusive pop-up notification started showing itself on my front page, clicking the link sends you to a SCAM page. Unacceptable. Secondly when I send a message to support they told me its because I have the free version of the site. Not true I paid for a year of basic service upfront! 0/10 DO NOT USE!
Good for the price, but had invasive ads and a little difficult to use.
uCoz is one of very few web hosting services that allow you to connect your own domain, which is why I used it. It was a little tricky at first, and you have to have at least some coding experience to use it. Once I got the hang of it and made a nice website, I noticed it asked me to allow notifications from my site, then it sent me many spam/scam notifications. In the uCoz support forum, I found out that this is an "advertisement" by uCoz and you have to upgrade to remove it. So now I have a disclaimer telling people not to allow notifications and how to remove them if they did. I guess they have to make money somehow, but they could at least give you a heads up about it. Overall, uCoz is ok for free, but a little shady to give money to.