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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by UnitedMi, Nov 30, 2011.

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  1. UnitedMi

    UnitedMi Thread Starter

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    Does anyone know where i can find a free domain (it can be a sub-domain or have ads) where i have a blank sheet i can use aspx or html on, the stupid prefab editors wont do for what need. Any help?
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    You have to pay to register a domain name. Nothing free there. I'm not aware of any totally free web hosting service that doesn't put some restrictions on what tools can be used.
     
  3. UnitedMi

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    It can be a sub domain, I just need to use HTML for the page. If i have to have a banner or something, I don't care.
     
  4. DoubleHelix

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    Most ISPs offer some type of web hosting.
     
  5. colinsp

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    Google do some free web pages that may do what you want.
     
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    Google offers free web hosting services?
     
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    Google sites has a prefab editor, I need to use something else b/c i need to be able to use my own ASP.NET login system and full aspx and html code use.
     
  9. colinsp

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    If that won't cut it for you then I suspect you are going to have to pay. There are some registratrs that do domain names for $5 a year and hosting is available for $12 a year so it isn't a big investment and would give you exactly what you want.
     
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