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-Step three, choosing a web host. A web host is where you will serve your website to world. You will create your site and upload it to your hosting server. This can be a daunting task if you are new to this kind of thing but before you know it, it will be as simple as pie. Here are few things to consider when searching for a web host. 1. Will this company be around in long run. There are literally hundreds of web hosting companies out there and they are all pretty much same. 2. Are they reliable? What’s point of having a website if users can't reach it. While we may not fully understand intricacies of internet, we want to be assured that our web hosting provider has enough room for growth as well as expert manpower to take care of all this for us.
3 Is it easy to use? Many web-masters are quit tech-savy, they don't have a team of programmers on hand to execute thier every desire. Tools like a control panel and website builder can be very important.
4.Value: How does it compare in price to others web hosts with same features.
-Step four. Welcome to show. So now you got some web pages, a domain and a host. Its time to upload files. Transferring a file or files from user's computer to a remote computer (Your Host). Many HTML editors have upload capabilities built in. There are loads of free FTP (File transfer Protocol) software available.
In conclusion Building and deploying a website may seem like quit a challenge but with some experience, practice and time along with a little research you can become a great web master. I suggest investing in some good books and a good HTML editor.
About The Author: Brock Coffee is IT professional with 10 years experience He is founder http://www.liquidmediastudios.com. LiquidMediastudios sells ready-made website design templates created to use as a basis for fast and high-quality website development. Professional flash and web design templates.