The latest 25% OFF 2014 Hostgator coupon code:
is available to copy/paste into the signup form. This great discount code has been tried, tested and verified as valid. You can get all the best hosting discount coupons right here at this regularly updated website that keeps it data fresh and current!
Just imagine how great you'll feel deciding what you could do with all the money you'll save when you pay for your hosting using our special discount code!
The Hostgator coupon code printed on this page is the most current and to use it you can either copy/paste it or write it down and key it directly into the sign-up form (I show you how below). Hint: copy/paste is easier and avoids typo mistakes!
Take a look at the screenshot below. This is the lower part of the sign-up form where you can enter the coupon code to get your discount. The first thing you may notice is the pre-populated discount code that Hostgator provide, with a note to tell you this is the their most valuable coupon.
That's just a marketing ploy, but it's not the best you can get. When you enter my latest validated code for April (NOWSAVE25PC) in the box, you get a better discount (25%) which you will see as the figures change once you click the "validate" button to display the better discount.
In this example, I have selected the Aluminium reseller account to pay on a 2 year cycle to get the maximum discount. You can see the actual prices you would pay when you use the code above:
Simply enter the code in the box marked "Coupon Code" and click the "Validate" button. This will display the price you have to pay plus the discount you have received for using the coupon.
Once you have filled out the entire form with name, address, credit card details etc, validated the discount code and accepted the terms and conditions (checkbox), simply click "Create Account" button at the bottom of the page and you just bought yourself some top quality, discounted hosting!
Building websites and enjoying some software coding every now and then is a pastime I enjoy when I have the time spare. While I'm no expert in stuff like java or ruby, I know enough php/html/javascrpipt/css to cut a mean site. This website is an extension of that particular hobby of mine where I have decided to write about some of my experiences, what I enjoy most about certain designs and a whole load of other stuff besides.
You don't need to be a PhD to get into some really intricate and complex web coding, you just need patience, a willingness to learn and a determination to create something unique and functional. It helps if you have a sense of fun that can be transmitted to whatever it is you're doing or whatever style you happen to be toying with so you can get the max from your knowledge and really enjoy it as opposed to fighting with it.
The bottom line on why anyone builds website themselves rather than get a professional web design company to do it for them is it is fulfilling, educational and satisfying and you can be one with your own abilities. That's what challenges are there for, although with some you might be forgiven for thinking it is more like a battle of Titans fighting out a war of some kind.
It really doesn't matter what the theme of your own site happens to be as long as it follows your interests or the things that you know a lot about. It could be anything from health issues to building model airplanes to all manner of games to visiting YMCA facilities, learning about fire safety or building your knowledge on money and finance. Whatever you like is good to go. But even creating really serious interactive designs can also be highly enjoyable as long as you're playing it with a mind to enjoy the ride!
I hope you enjoy browsing around this site and gain some insights into certain kinds of hosting, the discounts that are available and why I like building and hosting my own websites.
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