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can u provide some free asp site hosting websites.


We can't really give you a list of free sites, because you are better off looking at Google, and finding some that give support in your native language, and provide the features you need - .NET version, database support (type and size), etc. Then look for reviews of them by locals and make a decision.

However, I will say this: free hosts are worth slightly less than you pay for them. Generally speaking performance is low, availability is patchy, and reliability is poor. Paying (even for a fairly cheap hosting service) generally provides a much, much better service to you, and your users / customers.

When you have selected your host, the easiest way is probably just to use the Visual Studio Publish feature to load your site onto the hosting service.
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[no name] 2-Jan-13 4:30am    
i just want to test my web application..
OriginalGriff 2-Jan-13 4:35am    
Doesn't matter - you still need to work out what facilities you need, and find a local language supplier.
If anything goes wrong (and it probably will since this is yiur first time) you need to be able to talk to them easily, and cheaply.
magiccoder 2-Jan-13 4:56am    
hey syedkhaleel,

If you want to test,then configure IIS on your system and test on LAN.In my opinion ,free hosting service is waste.
You can use Filezilla to upload your site

Download it from here :[^]
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[no name] 2-Jan-13 5:04am    
while im usin filezilla im getting this

Resolving address of
Status: Connection attempt failed with "EAI_NONAME - Neither nodename nor servname provided, or not known".
Error: Could not connect to server
[no name] 2-Jan-13 5:04am    
i provided correct name.
magiccoder 2-Jan-13 5:08am    
did you create a ftp account ??
magiccoder 2-Jan-13 5:10am    
IF you have an ftp username and password.
username : username
Password : Password

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