Items Tagged with web site 101
#10 / 2009-12-11 09:00:00 / 3:36 min.
You've got your domain. You've got your host. You've also spent time creating your site. Now your site is online so you'll want to give it a final check to make sure everything looks good. Go through your site as a visitor and note anything that's out of place or just plain broken. Does the navigation work? Are your images slowing down page load? Got any typos? If not, you're online and all is right with the world (wide web)
#9 / 2009-12-10 09:00:00 / 3:42 min.
If you opted to
create your own web siteusing the
free web site design softwarecovered in part seven of our Web Site 101 series, you'll need to get those web pages and associated files to your site host's servers.
File transfer protocol (FTP)is the answer. Simply enter your login info and server address (provided by your host) and send all your files!
#8 / 2009-12-09 09:00:00 / 3:10 min.
There are many excellent desktop
HTML programsthat we talked about in the last segment. At the same time there are online services that give you the tools you need to
create your Website online. Many will host the site as well.
#7 / 2009-12-08 09:00:00 / 3:06 min.
You can download software and create your Website right on your PC. When you're ready you can upload it to your host. Or, you can use a service that is online and gives you the tools to create your page right on the Web. We'll look at both methods in this part of our Web Site 101 video tutorial series.
#6 / 2009-12-07 09:00:00 / 3:54 min.
Images can really add to the impact of your Website. You can include pictures of products, family, friends, gadgets or just about anything else you want. When using images on a Website, however, you want to follow certain guidelines so as not to get stuck with a
slow web page loadfor your visitors.
#4 / 2009-12-03 09:00:00 / 3:45 min.
When you have a host that you purchase a domain name from you normally don't have to worry about changing name servers. When you purchase your domain from one site and host it in another, setting the name servers is important.
What is a name serverand what does it have to do with
creating your own web site? Doc explains.
#3 / 2009-12-02 09:00:00 / 2:28 min.
You've purchased your domain and you're nearly ready to to get started
creating your first web page. First, however, you need to
find a reputable web site hostto serve your page up to your visitors. Here's how.
#2 / 2009-12-01 09:00:00 / 3:40 min.
Getting your own domainis the first step in making your personal or business web site your own. A
personal domainsets your site apart from the millions of others online, helps search engines find your site and lets you carve out your own little piece of the web for your
personal or business web site. We'll use our sister company Hover.com to register a domain, but the principals apply to any
#1 / 2009-11-30 09:00:00 / 1:35 min.
If you want to
create your own website, this is the
video tutorial series. Michael "Doctor File Finder" Callahan runs through the basics of getting your first web site online. From
finding a website hostto
understanding basic HTML,
registering your domainand more. We've even got some
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create your own basic web site? You need to
understand the basics of getting your site online. Michael "Doctor File Finder" Callahan leads us through the steps required to
get your first website onlineincluding
tips on basic HTML,
best FTP clientsto use, choosing a domain registrar and web host and much more. Follow along and you'll have your first site online in not time.
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