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Contents

Introduction

Planning Your Site

Designing Your Site

Creating Your Site

Putting Your Site Online

Testing Your Site

Announcing Your Site

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How to Write for the Web

Putting Your Site Online

Once your pages have been created, you can put your site online. You'll need access to a Web server (typically through your school or a Web services provider such as MSN). In some cases, you'll need software that will allow you to copy your pages from your computer to the Web server. It's possible, as well, that you'll need to set permissions on your Web pages so that readers can view them.

 
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