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III. Building and Managing a Web Site > 13. Publishing Your Site

Chapter 13. Publishing Your Site

Once your site is everything you want it to be, how do you get it out in front of the world?

As you read in the beginning of Chapter 10, you should create your Web site in a development environment that’s private and inaccessible to the public. This can be your laptop or desktop PC, or a Web server with no connection to the Internet. Eventually, though, you’ll want to unveil your handiwork. To go public, you’ve got to post a copy of your site up on a live Web server—one that’s connected to the Internet, where Google and your grandma can find it. This is your live production environment, where the real action takes place. Here, visitors from around the world can see and interact with your pages through their Web browsers. The process of getting your site from development to production is called publishing (see Figure 13-1).


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