Yeah, but DropBox only has like 1 or 2 gigabytes of free storage, GDrive is around 15 and I've currently used two of that. Last I heard Amazon was winning the 'storage wars,' but I don't think they offer any free space at all.
I use it for more than just code, I have games, applications, models, wallpapers etcetera stored on there. When Ubuntu One and Copy closed down they both provided a free Mover.io account to move my files to another service which was nice. Of course I had to re-link everything on my web-site which was a pain to say the least. Wouldn't have been so bad except that, like I said, Weebly doesn't make editing my web-site easy.
First of all it's extremely slow or completely unresponsive. I have to click the button to get to the theme editor multiple times and when it does finally work it takes 2-3 minutes to actually display. When deleting or uploading items the upload doesn't take long, but once each individual item is uploaded or deleted the editor pauses for a good 5-10 minutes between each individual item uploaded or deleted. Sometimes when clicking on a file or folder in the theme editor that file or folder just disappears and I have to exit the editor, which takes a few minutes, and go back in which takes another few minutes. I can't just upload a new XML file either, I have to delete the current one and then save the changes, exit the editor and go back in then upload the new one. If I don't save and exit the uploaded one gets deleted along with the old one.
Just adding a new entry to the 'Updates' section on my web-site can take half a god damned hour.
But... It's free so, you know, there's that.
And I'm like obviously some people working for Weebly have used this thing, I don't get it, it's terrible and there's no pretending it's not.
P.P.S. Oh yeah, here's another fun one. I only use one of the drag and drop widgets to make my pages on Weebly. I write my HTML using KATE, Linux/KDE Notepad, then copy and paste it into the HTML widget in the Weebly editor. This widget is, like everything else, terrible. When you click in it to start writing a little window that has no business being there indicating you are editing in the HTML widget pops up OVER TOP of the HTML editor. Now you can drag this window out of the way, but doing so de-focuses the HTML editor and when you click back in the HTML editor to start typing the window pops back over top of the editor blocking half the editor view so you basically can't type in it. You can't make little changes to what's there, you have to select all and delete it then paste all your HTML code into it because you can't see what you're typing.
Honestly, I get the impression they made it so unbelievably unusable on purpose. I can't really think of any other explanation.