Publishing a File to a Server
Throughout most of this book’s exercises, you will save pages to your own hard drive. That way they don’t get into the public’s hands before they are completed. When a page is finalized, however, you will want to transfer it to a publicly accessible Web server so that others can view it.
There are several ways to transfer files to a server. The company or individual in charge of the server should be able to advise you about your options. Here are some of the possibilities that might be available:
Uploading through an FTP connection by using Internet Explorer. This is done by entering the address of an FTP server (starting with ftp://) in the Address bar of Internet Explorer. A dialog box prompts you for your user name ...