Is there any software that enables me to build a webpage(html will work) and host it from my own machine?
i would like to know if there is any software out there that will enable me to build a basic web page(if i have to use html then it will work) and then save the file as an .html file and then host the file as a web page on my own p.c.?
I will have my own domain name so that is not an issue.
i would prefer the software to be windows based but linux will work.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Some web hosts offer such a program for free.
As you may know a domain name is just a name, not a real website. If you are going to create your website: 1- Buy a domain name. A domain name is a name you want to call your website (ex: www.yahoo.com). To get a domain name, you have to pay an annual fee to a registrar for the right to use that name. 2- Buy a web hosting service to provide your online space and enable you to get your website online at your purchased domain name.
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They also offer "Free Site Builder" that helps you build your web pages without difficulty if you are not skilled in using any website creating program. (WYSIWYG: What You See Is What You Get) You can use this service optionally. You can also create the pages offline with your favorite program (DreamWeaver, FrontPage, Microsoft Publisher, etc.), and then upload them to your web host. This is another easy way to get your website online.
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Another useful link:
There you can find a step-by-step guide to start your website.
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Hope this helps.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I think Dreamweaver does but i dnt know all that much about it.