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Chapter 14. Putting Yourself on the Web > Developing Your Presence on the Web

Developing Your Presence on the Web

If you spend much time on the Internet, you probably will want to develop your own presence there. With Mac OS X, some additional tools, and a bit of creativity, you can develop your own Web pages and serve them to the world.

Understanding Web Sites

Two fundamental “parts” are required to provide Web pages to the Internet or an intranet. First is the content and format of the information that is presented. As you probably know, Web pages are a collection of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Java Server Pages (JSP), and other files (JPGs, GIFs, and so on). In turn, a Web site is a collection of Web pages organized in some fashion (sometimes, this organization appears to be quite random!). Typically, a site's home page (often called the index of the site) provides the top-level structure for the site and includes the links that connect the home page to other pages.


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