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Using a Commercial Web Presence Provider

The easiest way to publish a web site--and the way I highly recommend--is to simply pay a commercial web presence provider to "host" your site. Often, the Internet Service Provider that provides you with Internet access will also offer web-hosting services--firms that provide web hosting services are often called "Web Presence Providers", or WPPs for short. Fees vary, so it is a good idea to shop around before making a decision, especially since many hosting services require you to sign on for one year contracts. Here are some questions to ask when looking at site hosting services:

How much does the service cost?
What kind of connection to the Internet does the server have? Speeds are generally "T1", "T2", and "T3". "T1" is the slowest of the three, but should be adequate for most purposes.

Does the hosting service offer Front Page compatibility? If you are using Front Page to manage your web site, then the web server on which it is hosted must have "extensions" installed in order for all Front Page features to operate properly.
How much disk space do you get on the server for a given price? Unless your site is absolutely huge, 10 megabytes should be plenty. If you can choose cheaper packages that offer less disk space, you may want to opt for that. You can see how large your site is by looking at the "properties" of the root directory in which your site's HTML files are contained.
Is the company reputable? Does it offer good service? Believe me, problems are bound to occur, and you will save yourself a lot of time and trouble if you choose a provider that focuses on prompt, quality customer service!

Once you have selected a WPP and signed on the dotted line, then they should provide you with the information you'll need to place your web site on their server. This information includes the Internet Protocol (IP) address--often a numerical address such as ""--for the site and the user name and password you'll need to access your space on the server. To place your files on the server, you will then use a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) program to transmit your web files to the server. Once your files are on the server, Web users will be able to see your site from anywhere in the world.


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