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A good FREE web host?

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I have my own domain name and I just want to host a simple brochure-style website for my business. Nothing fancy, not even a blog. I don't want to pay any more for a web host, is there something free and reliable I can use?

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Try http://www.000webhost.com/

I have several sites running on them.100% free, no ads.

Includes PHP, Mysql, Apache, FTP access and 1.5 GB of web space per domain.
You can use your own domain or one of their crummy subdomains.

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You could always use Dropbox. Just put it in your public folder and then forward your domain to the public link. I did it with [mr-shirts.com][1] ... don't ask why i bought that domain

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Try http://www.000webhost.com/

 

I have several sites running on them.100% free, no ads.

Includes PHP, Mysql, Apache, FTP access and 1.5 GB of web space per domain.

You can use your own domain or one of their crummy subdomains.

 

Heh, well as far as support is concerned -you get what you pay for...

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You could always use Dropbox. Just put it in your public folder and then forward your domain to the public link. I did it with [mr-shirts.com][1] ... don't ask why i bought that domain

 

That's pretty sick!

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Try http://www.000webhost.com/

 

I have several sites running on them.100% free, no ads.

Includes PHP, Mysql, Apache, FTP access and 1.5 GB of web space per domain.

You can use your own domain or one of their crummy subdomains.

 

Interesting. I've heard of them but read bad reviews re: customer support. But if you like it, it's probably worth a shot.

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You could always use Dropbox. Just put it in your public folder and then forward your domain to the public link. I did it with [mr-shirts.com][1] ... don't ask why i bought that domain

 

not too shabby. what all can it run?

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You could always use Dropbox. Just put it in your public folder and then forward your domain to the public link. I did it with [mr-shirts.com][1] ... don't ask why i bought that domain

 

barely anything. no server-side scripts, no databases, no apache stuff (url rewrites, .htaccess). Basically, just HTML, javascript, and anything client side.

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