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Publishing your Website

You have built your website, it looks great, all the links work. You are now ready for the world to see the results.

The copy of your site on your system is called the local site and the published version at the hosting companies location is called the remote site. Your hosting company should have sent you an email containing information on how to upload (typically via FTP) your site to their servers.

If the website was built with Dreamweaver, Frontpage, or some other site management and design tool, it is a simple matter of clicking upload to the remote site.

If the site was built with an HTML editor that doesn't provide site management functionality, you will need an FTP program to upload the site.

If the site was built using a hosting company's web building tools then just follow their instructions for making your site public.

The site is built and published. It's ready for visitors. So, how do you make people aware of you and what you have to offer. You will need to promote your site.


Sitewizard provides tutorials and tools for building feedback forms

Free Site Design Tips and Tutorials at thesitewizard.com


Publish your work online while letting others know exactly what they can and can't do with it.

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