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Lesson 4: Setting up your infrastructure

 

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Creating Websites home

Beginnings
   Introduction to the Web
   Introducing HTML
   Marking up text
   Setting Up
   FTP and FileZilla
   Links and anchors
   Getting some style

Intermediate topics
   Style sheets
   Testing and debugging
   Lists
   Images and maps
   Audio and video
   Intro to JavaScript
   The DOM and scripting
   Logic and Arrays
   Functions and document.write
   Forms and INPUT
   Other controls
   Misc. topics
   Cookies
   HTML tables
   Structuring tables
   Scripting w/ tables
   Inline frames
   Loose ends

If you are not ready to commit to setting up a web site, skip this lesson and the next and head on over to the lesson on Links and Anchors.

 

As you've seen already, you don't need to actually upload your web pages to a server in order to test them: you can display pages locally on your browser.

But once you're ready to start working on the web, you need to make lots of decisions and set up various components to make it all happen.

In this lesson, we outline the decisions you need to make in setting up a web site, including:

 

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Lesson 4: Infrastructure

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Supplemental materials

    A cumulative summary of the contents of the course so far: Click here

 

Hands on exercise

For those who want to practice using what we cover in this class, we continue the process with the following lab: uploading and testing your files from your ISP's server.

For this lesson, it is sufficient for you to document (in writing, on paper or in a Notepad file), what you have decided. You can revisit your decisions, but you need to at least make a first cut.

 

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