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HTML5 and CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, Seventh Edition by Bruce Hyslop, Elizabeth Castro

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21. Publishing Your Pages on the Web

In This Chapter

Getting Your Own Domain Name

Finding a Host for Your Site

Transferring Files to the Server

Once you’ve finished your masterpiece and are ready to present it to the public, you have to transfer your pages to your Web host server so that people can get to them.

You may also want to ask your Web host or Internet Service Provider (ISP) about the best way to upload your files. Typically, they have a set of instructions that let you know how to connect to their servers and where to upload files.

Be sure to test your pages thoroughly both before and after publishing them. For more details, see Chapter 20.

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