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Setting Up Your Website
If you are going to create a webpage, learning how to create HTML5 files is only one aspect.
While it is an incredibly big part of making websites, you will also need to give people ac-
cess to what you make. In order to do that, your files are going to need to be online.
Many people have trouble after they have learned how to create some basic webpages,
simply because they don't know what to do next. It is easy to throw around terms like “web
host” and “server” and “domain name”. However, if you are just starting out as an HTML
coder, these things might not mean a whole lot to you.
This chapter will not deal directly with HTML5, but it is integral to getting your webpages
online, and ensuring that people can actually view them.
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