How To Build A Website

Written by Matthew Coers

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The most important thing in building web pages is to start doing it. You may revise your site a number of times before you ever actually post it online. That’s ok, but recognize that it does take time to build a site – especially your first time out. It’s part ofrepparttar learning curve and necessary to making sure you have thoroughly thought out each aspect of your site’s navigation and content.

FTP Files to Your Website

If you have not yet selected a web hosting company, then you may want to read our article, "Finding A Quality (And Affordable) Web Host". This article will guide you throughrepparttar 131575 process of finding a web host that satisfies your needs without costing you a fortune.

When you purchased your web hosting service, your web host gave you FTP credentials consisting ofrepparttar 131576 FTP site, user name and password for your account. You will use this information to putrepparttar 131577 pages you create online.

GoLive, Dreamweaver and FrontPage all come with embedded FTP programs, so you can just enter your FTP credentials into their client and follow your program’s instructions to publish your pages.

There are times, however, when you may want to FTP files to your FTP server without using your development environment’s embedded FTP functionality. Therefore it’s a good idea to go ahead and set up a separate client for uploading things like images, pdfs, or other linked objects. Go online and download a free FTP program. Several free FTP clients you may choose to use:

  • Leach FTP (Download)
  • WSFTP (Download)
  • Microsoft Explorer – Typerepparttar 131578 FTP location intorepparttar 131579 browser and then enter your credentials intorepparttar 131580 popup box.

Installrepparttar 131581 program and then enter your FTP information intorepparttar 131582 connection screen. Once you have successfully connected to your FTP site, posting your web site is as easy as copyingrepparttar 131583 files from your home computer to your website.

Mr. Coers specializes in helping entrepreneurs build effective web businesses. His website, contains useful articles on how to build a website and website planning.

10 Ways To Boost Your Websites Appearance and Gain Traffic

Written by Chase York

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Make a Partners page where you put links to other sites related to yours. Partner pages add stickiness to your site and if you swap links with your partner sites this will get your site ranked higher on search engines which means more traffic!

Be sure to Advertise your site. Use your image software to make buttons and banners that other sites can use to link to your site.

Make sure you have a webmaster e-mail. This way visitors and other webmasters alike can ask questions or comment your site.

Make articles just like this used to help people. Visitors will enjoy reading about up to date topics. Pick only topics that interest almost all your visitors and is somewhat related to your site. Always update and create new articles as much as possible, this will create some REAL stickiness andrepparttar traffic will roll in.

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