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In this article we provide you with detailed information about using GitLab Pages to host your website for free on GitLab. We've prepared a step-by-step tutorial on creating a new project for GitLab Pages so you won't get lost in the process. We are assuming that you are familiar with Git and with the web development process, from creation to publishing.
This tutorial describes how to configure a Cloud Storage bucket to host a static website for a domain you own. They cannot contain dynamic content such as server-side scripts like PHP. For more ways to serve content from a custom domain over HTTPS, see the related troubleshooting topic. For examples and tips on static web pages, including how to host static assets for a dynamic website, see the Static Website page. See the Monitoring your charges tip for details on what charges may be incurred when hosting a static website, and see the Pricing page for details on Cloud Storage costs. Go to project selector. Make sure that billing is enabled for your Cloud project. Learn how to confirm that billing is enabled for your project. Note: If you own the domain you are associating to a bucket, you might have already performed this step in the past.