Web Publishing Steps

Any of these steps can be done by yourself or with the help of a Web Consultant. The more you do yourself, the less expensive it will be.
  1. Decide what you want to place on the web. See the different types of sites and browse the web for ideas.
    • Text - plain or colored.
    • Graphics
      • logos (e.g. )
      • ISMAP's (action dependent on where in the image you select)
    • On-line Forms
  2. Decide where on the web, you want your information placed. Once your information is on the Internet, it is accessible from everywhere. The availability depends on your web page hoster. We recommend that you get a domain name so that you are not tied to your web page hoster.
  3. Convert any documents that you want placed on the web from their current form to a web readable format. Text should be in HyperText Markup Language(HTML) format and graphics in GIF(Graphical Interchange Format)format or JPEG. Some others are possible, but may not be supported by all web browsers. Any on-line forms will need a program, on the web server, to process them.

    See Netsurfing without a Monitor for an interesting article related to web page design for everyone.

  4. Place your information on-line.
  5. Check to make sure that it looks the way you want to in several different browsers. Be sure to check both graphical and textual browsers.
  6. Publish your location to the world. This gets your information into a wider set of hands than just those who happen across your location. See Yahoo for an example. Here are some tips and submittal engines.

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