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Ariel Aronica
Ariel Aronica
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Using Github Pages to Host Free Websites

Wow. I'm happy as a pappy right now. I could do my happy dance and search for a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, skipping joyously with the Sound of Music playing in the background.

Why, you might ask?

Github hosts static webpages for free. I just had to share. This is probably one of the most useful videos I have seen for sharing projects/having work samples available, and not having to pay for it is a big plus. And the video is available for Treehouse users.

Watch this Treehouse video to learn how: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/using-github-pages-to-host-free-websites

Enjoy!

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Thanks for sharing this Ariel! I have done some work with Github Pages before and they are awesome.

For any of you guys interested here is the link to get started: http://www.pages.github.com