Build Your Own Web Site

A simple way to create your Web Site Step-By-Step including everything you need at no extra cost, all inclusive.
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  • Lectures 12
  • Contents Video: 1 hour
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
  • Includes Lifetime access
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About This Course

Published 8/2014 English

Course Description

This course teaches how to make a simple web site, no programming involved. It includes some theory and a Step-by-Step guide to producing a functional web site. The student will understand the fundamentals of a web site, of the Internet, the server and uploading files via FTP. The outcome will be an operational web site available on the Internet. All the necessary components are included at no extra cost. No additional software required or other complexities. This course is suitable for novice developers wanting to create their first web site successfully. The entire process should take between 3 - 8 hours. A weekend venture to get you up and running with a web site on the Internet.

What are the requirements?

  • PC running Microsoft Windows
  • Internet Connection

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Create your own Web Site
  • Understand the fundamentals of the WWW
  • Understand the Web Site files involved
  • Creating image files
  • Register a Web hosting account
  • Uploading files to the Server with FTP

What is the target audience?

  • Novice Web developers
  • First time Web Site developers
  • Novice to Intermediate computer users

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Theory
05:45
  • An overview of the course.
  • A web site is a set of files.
  • The files are stored on the server.
  • The server sends the files to a requesting client.
  • The files are displayed within a browser.
  • The server is connected to the Internet 24/7
  • There are two types of access to the server, read only (Public) and Write (Authorised).
Overview
10 questions
08:39
  • The default file upon request to the server is index.htm
  • Download the web site kit from www.imbox.altervista.org/websitekit.zip
  • There are 5 image files and 5 html files in the kit that make up the web site
  • An HTML file is a simple text file, it contains programming codes in <code> style
  • Pictures are not stored in the html file
  • HTML files use links to external files, using the files name
The Files
10 questions
09:11
  • Using MsPaint to modify images
  • Open MsPaint: Start - Accessories - Paint
  • Can use other graphics software such as Photoshop
  • Edit the 5 jpg files in the web site kit, each one representing each web page
The Graphics
8 questions
08:24
  • Use www.altervista.org to register for free web hosting, other hosting companies are ok
  • Wait for confirmation emails and look out for the password for accessing the server
  • Your address will be: www.yourname.altervista.org
  • Check the default web site to make sure the registration was successful
  • There are 10 files that make up the web site, 5 html files and 5 jpg files

Creating the Site
7 questions
06:25
  • Open the web site and make sure there are no errors
  • Open a connection to the server using Windows Explorer
  • Log in to FTP using UserID and password supplied by the hosting company
  • Copy the files from your computer to the FTP folder on the server
  • Open the web site to make sure the transfer was successful
Uploading the Site
8 questions
01:27
  • Review the step-by-step process for the practical component of the course.
Section 2: Practical - Entire process Step-By-Step
03:11

Setup the working folder and the WebSite kit

05:09

Creating the first page of the Web Site

14:44

Complete the Web Site pages

02:21

Register the hosting plan and note the FTP login details

03:40

Transfer the Web Site files onto the server

01:51

Modify and edit any Web Page in the Site

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Instructor Biography

Dr Marco Bruno, eLearning Educator

Marco has 30 years experience as a student and as teacher. He has formal qualifications in I.T., business management and education with Certificates, Diploma, Bachelor, Graduate Diploma, Master and research at PhD level. Teaching experiences include all levels from school to university, from classrooms to on the job training within businesses. His experience is within the I.C.T. sector, as engineer, software developer and project manager. eLearning has been an area of interest for some time and Udemy has produced a fantastic platform where all Marco's skills and knowledge can come together into packages ideal for others to see and learn from. The team producing the course content has committed to including members of high caliber only and intend to maintain a high standard of experts working in the field of digital productions, education and multimedia communications.

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