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How To Develop A Web Site In Seven Easy Steps
By: Brandon Santan
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    2007-03-29

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    Step Five: The rest of the site.

    Before you start creating your first page you must know how many pages you would like and what to say on each page. The minimum pages for any web site is three. The first page should be your “index” page. This is the page that a visitor sees first when he/she visits your site. This should have at least some basic information about your site and a general guide to the other pages. The second page should be an “about” page. This page contains information about you and your business/opportunity. The third page should be a “contact” page that contains information on how to contact you. Make sure you save these as .html files. So for example your index page should be saved as index.html

    Step Six: Upload your pages.

    Once you have created the pages for your site you must upload them to your web host so that they can be displayed on the Internet. This is called Publishing your site. Most hosting companies have software included called File Transfer Protocol or FTP for short. This is a fancy way of saying upload. Simply follow the instructions in your web host to upload your pages to your hosting account. You can also download free FTP software to run right from your computer.

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