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I have a little html issue and wanted to post the page on the web. Are there any free hosting services I can use for this? The page has static content so I don't need a service which supports databases or any server languages. The url should be off the provider's domain name (not mine) and quick and easy to set up. I don't care if they put ads. SO recommends an image hosting provider. Looking for similar option for a whole page.

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it's asking where to host resources for a SO question, so it might make for a nice faq entry on meta, don't you think? – bdonlan Aug 3 '09 at 20:16

try jsbin

Taken from the About page

JS Bin is a webapp specifically designed to help JavaScript and CSS folk test snippets of code, within some context, and debug the code collaboratively.

JS Bin allows you to edit and test JavaScript and HTML (reloading the URL also maintains the state of your code - new tabs doesn't). Once you're happy you can save, and send the URL to a peer for review or help. They can then make further changes saving anew if required.

The original idea spawned from a conversation with another developer in trying to help him debug an Ajax issue. The original aim was to build it using Google's app engine, but in the end, it was John Resig's Learning app that inspired me to build the whole solution in JavaScript with liberal dashes of jQuery and a tiny bit of LAMP for the saving process.

It took me the best part of 4 hours to develop - so if it's shaky around the edges, let me know!

This webapp was built by Remy Sharp (@rem) of Left Logic. Please get in touch if you're interested in working with me.

Page will remain hosted until the page has not been viewed for 3 months

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Nice! I'll have to remember that one. – bdonlan Aug 3 '09 at 20:01

It's not quite free, but is pay-by-use, and I believe they give you some free credit for signing up.

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To host some code, you can try pastebin or pastie (there must be plenty of those)

They won't host your page, but, at least, they'll allow you to distribute the source-code that constitutes it.

BTW : what do you mean by "page" ? Only some HTML file ? On HTML+JS+CSS+Images and all that stuff ?

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I need hosting so I can provide a link. Page = html + css + images + js – Tony_Henrich Aug 3 '09 at 20:12

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