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Osama Mansour
Osama Mansour
1,411 Points

I want to build a website where should i write my codes in workspaces or another site ?

I have learnet how to build a web site now i need to know if there is other places i can write my codes on or should i work in treehouse workspaces?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

If you want to create a public web site, you'll need to obtain hosting services somewhere and locate your site there.

The Treehouse Workspace is temporary for you to learn on, and only exists while you are using it. You can use the snapshot function in the workspace to share the contents of it with other students, but you can't share it as a website.

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
28,148 Points

I either often work locally in Atom or Sublime Text text editors, or sometimes I'll use http://c9.io