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Html to Google Domain link

Hi Everyone! So I have made an Html resume for myself, and I have bought a domain on Google. But I have no clue how to link the page to my domain. (Please be kind :D this is my first html serious project- my weapon is Python). What should I do?

8th Apr 2021, 10:00 AM
Sarami
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Now that you have a domain name, you need a web host. If your resume and the website you want around it to be static files, that'll be the least expensive to host. You could use github pages for free. To use github pages, you: 1. create an account on github.com for free, 2. publish a repository, 3. upload your files or push up git commits. Uploading files on github.com would be easier if you're not familiar with git. 4. and a few more steps explained at https://hackernoon.com/use-custom-domain-with-github-pages-2-straightforward-steps-cf561eee244f This explains how to edit DNS records for a Google domain to point at your github pages: https://dev.to/trentyang/how-to-setup-google-domain-for-github-pages-1p58 If you want to program on the web server with languages like Python, you'll probably need to pay for hosting. DigitalOcean gives you a virtual private server which is basically a computer you can operate remotely through SSH. You can run whatever you want including a Flask, Django, or tornado server.
8th Apr 2021, 11:35 AM
Josh Greig
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Josh Greig is correct 👍
8th Jun 2021, 7:40 AM
Tharul Nejana
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I am not gonna repeat what Josh Greig said. But I see Python, did you used django framework? if its the case, Heroku is the best and offers you free hosting. I am hosting my portfolio coded with django there.
8th Apr 2021, 11:44 AM
iTech
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I actually didn’t. I was just afraid to get judged :D [user id=7180038]iTech[/user]
8th Apr 2021, 12:24 PM
Sarami
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Thank you so much [user id=1494325]Josh Greig[/user]
8th Apr 2021, 12:25 PM
Sarami
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