Create a Web Site With Bravehost - Using the File Manager
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When you’re pleased with your Welcome page, use the topmost toolbar to return to the File Manager. To create a new Web page, click the blue “create file” link. You can then choose the name of this page file (the address will be the exact same as the index page, with the new file name inserted in place of the word “index”). Once you can create a single Web page, you can create hundreds. To learn more about HTML and the different ways you can change your pages, look online for easy-to-use, free HTML advice and tutorials. They’re everywhere, and very simple to find.
Bravehost Web Tools
What about all those little extras that make your site fun, friendly and all your own? From the File Manager page, look to the toolbar at the top and click Web Tools. This will take you to a large list of possibilities, free services Bravehost offers to make your pages everything you want them to be.
You can insert a blog, create chat rooms, offer a FAQ, include a guest book, add forums and do much more from the Web tools screen. Simply choose an option, and follow through the design steps to add the new feature. It’s just that easy to add new features and fun to your site.
Your Bravehost Site
Your Bravehost site is always your own. If there’s something you want to add, do it. If you’d like to make changes or delete pages, go ahead. The only way to build a Web site is through trial-and-error, actually taking the hands-on approach and learning as you go. Frequently save changes you make and double-check to make sure your pages are turning out the way you want. Just create one page at a time, and before you know it you’ll have a rich, interesting Web site.
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