Okay, so I've tried IPFS (all around terrible), ZeroNet (couldn't get it to work at all, complained about some ports; also just bad interface), RetroShare (same as ZeroNet). Freenet was a breath of fresh air - actually worked, let me quickly and simply upload the website and it doesn't require me to be online 24h/day. There's also lots of settings related to security and everything else. It's an old project and much more polished compared to the new guys it seems. Here's the key if you want to check it out: _USK@b2qNKBPnGtx9gDBDqiNCXzxQWZZVX-13Ndo---SBK80,F4F-zo2vAfMmIKY11uEwV~XS~vHJPh9V2dC7hsf538I,AQACAAE/digdeeper/0/
I recommend moving to Freenet regardless, because with all the recent censorship, we might not have a clearnet for too long.