download time by reducing the number of
graphics contained on your site.
duplicating data that can be found on other
sites by linking to those sites.
paths to important data by providing users
with logical divisions of your site and
including links to important information.
Try to make
your web site have a general theme, in order
to unite the pages of your site.
Name the Hyper
Text Markup Language (HTML) file of the first
page of your web site to whatever your server
defaults to, generally "index.html"
on UNIX servers, and "default.html"
on Microsoft Internet Information Servers.
appropriate level of professionalism when
designing a web site.
When you have completed your
Web Site, you will need to upload it to a server in order for
others to view it. This can be done by using an FTP client.
Contact your ISP for the account information needed to upload files.