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Alexlasek
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Here you go joost try this…there is a service called kissr.co. Once you signed up with Kissr and connected your account to your Dropbox, you will be able to designate any folder in your Dropbox and root your website. Then, you can choose a Kissr.co sub-domain for your website, or connect Kissr to a pay domain.

Free version is limit to 50 mb i think but this is great just to show your Clint stuff under your own mini free domain.

I must say Dropbox is amazing on every device, it’s there. even on my Icrap (Iphone) I can use my photo sync without the ITcrap (ITune) .

wow that`s nice!

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webdesignerart
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DropBox all the way Nice, I luv it. and have free account with 15GB space :D

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contrastblack
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Loving it… I’m up to 37gb on my free account :D (25GB on the spacerace woot ) :D

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sike
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I use it as time machine backup, keep the project files there. If my local disk is broken, maybe can find the files back in Dropbox server. And have 19GB free space now. :)

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Joost
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Here you go joost try this…there is a service called kissr.co. Once you signed up with Kissr and connected your account to your Dropbox, you will be able to designate any folder in your Dropbox and root your website. Then, you can choose a Kissr.co sub-domain for your website, or connect Kissr to a pay domain.

Funny that you should mention that – I’ve recently pointed a subdomain of my own domain to a /Sites folder in my Dropbox :P Works like a charm, indeed.

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tsafi
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Dropbox buys Audiogalaxy for a cloud music service.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2020191/dropbox-buys-audiogalaxy-is-a-cloud-music-service-on-the-way.html

Also Joost new users that sign for Dropbox don’t have any more a public folder for live share so the option to share HTML page`s for the world is forbidden for them, therefor only user that sighed Dropbox before July 2012 can share live HTML pages like websites

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wpultim8
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Dropbox + Google Drive but I usually used Google Drive all the time :)

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MSFX
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^ probably for that exact reason :P

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Joost
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Also Joost new users that sign for Dropbox don’t have any more a public folder for live share so the option to share HTML page`s for the world is forbidden for them, therefor only user that sighed Dropbox before July 2012 can share live HTML pages like websites

Ouch, didn’t know that! I love that feature :P They did replace the sharing functionality (i.e. share a random file with a non-dropbox user) with a nice slick new ‘Share Link’ feature a few months ago though.

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vuzum
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Reached the 9 GB limit on my account already. :(

Use it in combination with Google Drive, but I have to clean them both from time to time, to save space.

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