AFTER COMPLETING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Define what it means to publish a file on the World Wide Web.
Know where to get free Web space for publishing your files.
Transfer files to your Web site.
Inspect the folder of files at your Web site.
Create folders and maintain a good directory structure at your Web site.
Rename or delete files at your Web site.
Edit pages at your Web site.
Cope with case-sensitive file servers.
Set the file permission attributes at your Web site.
Advertise the existence of your Web site.
Publish a term paper to your Web site.
Understand what it means to be a WebMaster.

INTERNET LITERACY RESOURCES:

Getting Your Web Space
 

Each of these sites has different advantages and drawbacks. Which one suits your needs best?


Yahoo! GeoCities

Tripod

Angelfire

Web Space Providers 100 Best Free Web Space Providers


Maintaining a Website
 

Follow the directions in Internet Literacy to download and install one of these FTP clients. Choose the appropriate version for your operating system.


 

Core FTP

 


Fetch


Fetch Educational/Charitable License Application


Promote Your Web Site
 

Now that you've created and published your page, let the world know about it. Which of these sites provided the easiest way for you to promote your site?


Submit your site to the indexes of one of these search engines.

Add to Yahoo

This service allows you to submit your web pages to several search engines at the same time to enhance.


Becoming a WebMaster
 

These sites provide information for professional Web developers. What information did you find on either one that was helpful?


CIO: The Magazine for Information Executives
Builder.com


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