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Before you read about publishing your pages, you should give some thought to which methods of distribution you will be using.

  • If you want to reach only employees of your organization, publish on your local intranet only.

  • If you want your pages to be visible to as many people as possible all over the world, Internet publishing is a must. However, don't rule out other distribution methods; you can easily adapt Internet-based pages for distribution on disks or local networks.

  • If you want to provide very large graphics, multimedia, or other content that would be too slow to transfer over today's modems, consider publishing on a CD-ROM. You can easily link the CD-ROM to an Internet Web site and offer the CD-ROM to people who find you through the Internet, but want the “full experience.”

  • If you plan to make a presentation at a meeting and would also like to publish related material on the Internet or an intranet, why not use HTML instead of old-fashioned PowerPoint slides as a visual aid? I often give out floppy disks containing my HTML presentations to conference participants, with additional pages linked for them to explore on their own.


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