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Hour 4. Publishing Your HTML Pages > Setting Up an Internet Web Site

Setting Up an Internet Web Site

To make an HTML page part of the publicly accessible World Wide Web, you need to put it on a Web server (a computer permanently connected to the Internet and equipped to send out Web pages on request). If you run your own Web server, this procedure is simply a matter of copying the file to the right directory folder. Most people use a Web server run by an Internet service provider (ISP) to host their pages.

Almost all ISPs that offer Internet access also now offer space in which to place your own personal Web pages for little or no additional cost, though you may have to pay extra if your site attracts a huge number of visitors or includes very large multimedia files.


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