8. Getting it on the Web-

1. Get some web space somewhere: often an ISP, like ATT, AOL, etc., will have free web space available. ATT gives 10 MB per e-mail address, up to 6 e-mail addresses per customer, for a total of up to 60 MB per customer.

2. Get some kind of FTP software, like CuteFTP, WS-FTP, etc.

3. Connect to the ISP web site with the FTP software, and upload the HTML files.

4. Test it with the browser, and make corrections. Often links are not quite right, due to the file structures in the server vs your own PC. Studying the HTML helps here.



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