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Click or drop your HTML file here



It's fairly simple to use, you submit your raw HTML; get back a random generated URL, and that's about it.

Important: The links are/will be kept alive only for 1hr. This is considering NSFW content, legal issues etc. since everything is completely anonymous and 0% tracked.


If you've tried hosting a simple HTML file, be it for sharing with someone or just for the kicks. You know it's a time consuming task. There are some solutions out there but requires registration, or is just tedious and some are on the way of becoming a great experience. At least for me, none of the existing solutions worked, and I had a very specific usecase as well!

So I was out setting up custom error pages on Cloudflare. If you've used their service and have setup custom erorr pages, you know they require a URL where your template is hosted, and won't accept the HTML as is. And that's where my journey started, after searching around and trying to use some of the services, finally I hosted it as a Github page. For me it turned out to be a time consuming endeavour and I didn't think it was worth it, and thus!


For anyone interested in knowing the techstack behind this

  1. Go, the programming language
  2. Redis, for storing data
  3. Docker, for running
And here's the sourcecode.