Publish the Simple Web Site

Your simple website needs to be published on my server.

You will be publishing your site to my personal server. All account information will be distributed in the next class. Be careful when you work up there; you could affect other students' sites.



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Planning for the World Wide Web

Take some time to complete a design document for your personal Web environment. The text gives some good questions to start with:

In addition, here are six elements of planning identified by John December in the Web development: Processes section of his Web Development site.

  1. Planning
  2. Analysis
  3. Design
  4. Implementation
  5. Promotion
  6. Innovation

We are now concerned with the Planning stage of our personal web environments. Begin by thinking about the following questions:

  1. Who is your audience? What do they expect from your web environment?
  2. What is the purpose of your web site? What information do you want to display? Are you marketing yourself?
  3. From #2, develop specific objectives for your site.
  4. Finally, what domain information, or background knowledge, do you need to assemble for your site?

Refer especially to the part in December that talks about planning. Be sure to follow all of the links.

Do your best to begin to answer these questions. Understand that you will revisit this planning document many times as your knowledge of the Web increases and as your goals change. But do start by getting some ideas down on paper now.



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Develop Assignment #1 - Personal Web Site

Detailed tutorials have been posted to assist you with finishing the layout of Assignment #1


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