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Publishing Your Web Page

After your Web page is finished, you must upload it to a Web server so that others on the Internet can see it. So first you need space on somebody's Web server—enough to hold all the files that make up your page (the HTML file plus picture files). A typical Web page with a picture or two usually requires less than 100KB of space on a server. The larger and more picture-laden your page, the more server space you'll need.

Preparing to Publish

If your page is related to your job, you may be able to get permission to publish it on your company's server. Talk to your company's network administrator or Webmaster. Most colleges and universities also have Web servers and often allow students and faculty to publish on them.


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