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How to publish my first homepage?

Posted on 1998-08-11
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Dear experts,
I would like to know how I can publish my homepage to public? Is it that I have to contact my ISP first of all?
Is it sure that after I publish the homepage through the ISP, my website address will be changed?

Thank you
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MasseyM earned 50 total points
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You just need a server to put your homepage on... Your ISP would probably be the best place, however, you can get free web space from sites like www.tripod.com www.xoom.com www.freeyellow.com or www.geocities.com  they all provide tools to upload the pages and some offer online help... Best of luck
- Matt
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by:Hiu
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I will take your advice and hope you gain more and more points.

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