What is the best web hosting service for someone who can hand-code websites?

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I am a student in web development and design, and at this point, I know enough to create my own (basic) website from scratch. When I search for hosting platforms, they all seem to cater to the general public, in that you need to use their templates and drag-and-drop builders. I don t need that, and I can t seem to

I am a student in web development and design, and at this point, I know enough to create my own (basic) website from scratch. When I search for hosting platforms, they all seem to cater to the general public, in that you need to use their templates and drag-and-drop builders. I don t need that, and I can t seem to find a service meant for actual developers. Any advice?

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bradberry:
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Adam:
You've got a couple of options. You can do it yourself, or pay a hosting site (like godaddy, etc) to host it for you. Doing it yourself is a pain, and will end up costing you as much or more than spending $3-$5 a month at a hosting site.
Christopher:
I am in a vocational technical school and I am in Programming and web design. My teachers said that there is no way to do it, but I think that they are wrong. Try doing something with the router's port forwarding setting, and make a program that will send the web page to your local ip address with a specific port number. The default port for a website on a router is port 80.
Dave:
You've got a couple of options. You can do it yourself, or pay a hosting site (like godaddy, etc) to host it for you. Doing it yourself is a pain, and will end up costing you as much or more than spending $3-$5 a month at a hosting site.
Duncan:
Many offer standard hosting along with the templates/site builder options but promote the latter as an attraction/benefit.

Dreamhost are very good…

https://www.dreamhost.com

but your choice will depend on the features you need and the budget you have available.

Andi:
Depends if you want a FREE one or a PAID FOR one

Paid for – you can put what you want there…
you ftp your files/directory structure to the root of the webhost directory..
and there it is…
So look at 1and1 etc… for a 3-6 per month….

or one.com (even cheaper..)
https://www.one.com/en/
See here FTP/SFTP your files up and down…
https://www.one.com/en/support/guides-fa…

and file manager also.
https://www.one.com/en/support/guides-fa…

for low traffic… on your own home PC/internet connection
You can put your own webserver on a PC something like Abyss X1 (X2 is paid for)
http://aprelium.com/abyssws/

It is the FREE ones that force design packages (so they can get advertising in there)
and some because they think you want it..

But ALL paid for ones you can FTP your files – raw hand built ones.

Sakshi:
Check this for best service https://www.softwaredevelopersindia.com
Chris:
Github can do this. https://pages.github.com/

You can also use http://neocities.org/ (not sure about FTP uploads, they do allow completely custom HTML, CSS and JS files).

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