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How to create a Professtional Free Website with Google Apps

GAE hosting is available for Everyone. (Is this the end of hosting providers?) This is very welcome for all those people who have an ambition to put a free website with no adgood features, reliabilty and scalabity.

For Starters,
- you have to know or learn python (it is the only language supported on GAE right now) or just get started
- If you want your own domain name, You have to have one or you have to understand DNS, subdomains, CNAMEs, ANAMEs, MX records.

Next,
- Create an app in GAE (I will skip the whole tutorial on how to do it)
- Create a domain (buy it from a domain hosting service like godaddy - always keep hosting and domains in seperate places for better control)
- Create a Google Apps Account (Again I will skip the whole tutorial).
- Verify your ownership of the domain and connect it to google App
- Modify DNS MX Entries, set up your email.
- Create Custom urls for services (calendar, docs, etc) with custom sub domains urls.
- Add your GAE app in Google App Admin Dashboard (add services)
- Define Custom urls by adding them to this app.
- If you have a blog, make a custom subdomain for that too.

Thats it, you have a free website, with email and calendar and docs.

More updates with screenshots and more detailed instructions soon so stay tuned.

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