How to Create a web pageCreating a website
So if you are interested in posting your website on the World Wide Web (the Internet) that everyone can see, read this post after understanding the following simple procedures. First, open your text editing program. It is important to use a "raw" text editing tool and not a text editing tool.
Text editors add signs that make the page look good but are not HTML. They are great utilities for creating classy documentation, such as academical works and fliers, but they also include signs that are not HTML. Because a Web page filename must contain HTML that is current, a text editing program is a better choice than a text editing program for creating Web pages.
With your text editors open, you can start typing your HTML. There are a few things that are always present in a well-formatted HTML document, as you learnt in the first unit of the HTML & CSS course. This is my first website! Simply copy and paste it into your text editors.
Now your website is finished, but currently it only exist in your textteditor. Next thing to do is store the filename on your computer. Closing the text editors now without storing your new website will be wasted! Some important things to keep in minds when storing the file:
Do not use blanks or punctuation in the name of the files. Choose where you want to store the data on your computer and recall the place! This is the name of a directory containing a list of all the files in the directory. Files are always extended by the last 3 or 4 digits of a name, prefixed by a dot.
The HTML extensions are, for example, . html, and it instructs the web browsers (and other applications) to interprete the content of the files as a web page. If you choose a filename, keep it easy. Omit percentage symbols, forward and backlashes, questionsticks, exclamation points, comma, and other qualifiers.
Browsers must find the files by name, and specific glyphs within the filename can disrupt this work. Filenames should be kept easy and should adhere to convention to make navigation to your website more dependable. Once you have selected a filename, choose an appropriate storage place in your filesystem to store your web page.
It is a good idea to create a new directory for this website. When you create a new directory, use the same naming convention as described above to avoid problems in the near term. Most important when choosing a storage place is to memorize where you stored it.
When you have already stored it, but don't recall it, simply click File > Store As..., select a new storage place to store it, and keep that amount of memory in mind. You are now set to display your new page in your web browsers! First open your web page. Click File > Open File on the top menu. Do this.
Browse to the place where you stored your website. Then click your webpage filename, and then click Open. See your website! They have also dealt with extension of data sets, word processing programs as well as storing and displaying locally stored data.