How to make a website on GodaddyCreating a website on Godaddy
Use Go Daddy to create a website
There are two ways to create a website with your GoDaddy hosting account: by designing an individual website and submitting it via FTP, or by using the GoDaddy WebsiteBuilder website tonight. Whilst a customized website can be created with better incorporation with your trademark, Website Tonight provides tens of different professionally designed websites that can work with your company.
Go Daddy's website creation software for those who don't want to rebuild their pages from the ground up, Website Soundight does not require any HTML or CSS Web coding language skills. Site Soundight offers three schedules with a one-month fee: Business for small web pages, Deluxe for large web pages and Premium for companies that need a great deal of bandwith and room.
In order to use it, login to your Go Caddy user interface and launch the browser-based services. All you need to do from there is choose a look and use the editing tools to create your own topic detail and add your own pictures and text to the website. To create your own website, you can do this either with a software like Adobe Dreamweaver or Apple's Apples web application or with a simple text editing tool.
Advantage of using a tool like ifWeb is that it is equipped with a built-in FTP management that allows you to modify and post your website from the same tool. When you have created your website with a simple text or web edition tool, you must use FTP to transfer the website file to your Go Daddy webspace.
The Goaddy provides a browser-based FTP management that you can use from the content area of your hosting/accounting. When using third-party FTP or an integrated FTP management, such as Dreamweaver or isWeb, you must create an FTP user with a user name and passphrase; you can do this from your FTP section Kontoashboard.
Your FTP domainname for Go Daddy looks like this: ftp://www.domain.com. Any number of third-party FTP client can be found uploading your website to Go Daddy. Several text writers, such as TextWrangler, allow you to log on to your FTP site and process your data via FTP. Although each FTP client works differently from a GUI point of view, they all have the same basic function: moving data from your computer to your web-spaces.