13.Web.Publishing - 1 eb Publishing With thanks to Mr. Mark...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 eb Publishing With thanks to Mr. Mark Clulow Lecture 13 2 Introductory Stuff r Have Fun! r Please turn off your phones! r r DO DO interact with me! 3 Outline r What is Web Publishing? r Who does it? r Why? r How? s Web Publishing Tools and Applications s Publishing our first file s An introduction to HTML s Advanced HTML r Advanced Web Publishing / Finding Out More 4 What is Web Publishing? r Web Publishing literally means 'to publish content or information on the Internet r Content or information m o s t c o m m o n l y includes: s Words s Pictures s Music s Video s Downloadable content PDF, Doc, .ZIP etc. 5 Who Does It? r There are many groups of people that publish to the Web. Here are just a few: s Individuals s Businesses s Organisations r By taking a look at each one in detail we can start to understand more... 6 Who Does It? r Individuals r Personal Home Pages for friends and family r Blog an on-line diary r Reviews r Articles r Comments r Personal Photographs and Videos 7 Who Does It? r Businesses r Marketing s E-mail Newsletters s Links from other web sites r Sales s E-Commerce s Product Reviews and Awards r Research and Development s Feedback from Customers s Collaborative Growth 8 Who Does It? r Organisations r Includes: s Schools & Universities s Charities s Clubs and Groups r Raise awareness r Promote Events r Collaborative Development r Distance Learning r Global Fund-raising 9 Why Publish to the Web? r Anyone publishing to the web does so to serve a purpose, be it personal or professional r Web Publishing: s ...is cost-effective ( n o p r i n t c o s t s ) s ...is time-efficient ( f l e x i b l e d e a d l i n e s ) s ...is expandable ( a d d m o r e w h e n n e e d e d ) s ...is changeable ( u p d a t e o r f i x e r r o r s a n y t i m e ! ) To Publish to the Web r There are four main steps to take to publish to the web: r Plan-> Structure What are you trying to convey? r Content-> text, images, video, etc. r Design > colours, logos etc. r Publish-> FTP & HTTP 11 How to Publish to the Web 12 FTP Software c We can upload the files using an FTP program like Filezilla or FTPVoyager c Firefox also has a free FTP extension called FireFTP 13 FTP A First Look 14 FTP A First Look 15 Publishing Our First File s We are going to publish our first file a photo s The photo is called ' mario_kart.jpg ' s It is saved on our ' local ' computer in a folder called ' images ' s If there wasn't a folder on the 'live' server called ' images ' we could create one by clicking ' New Directory ' (FTP command: mkdir ) s We navigate to the 'images' folder on both live and local views, select the image and click ' upload ' ( cd images and put mario_kart.jpg ) 16 'images' Folder - Live and Local 17 File Uploaded! 18 HTTP View of the Image 19 An Introduction to HTML s The most common file-type used to present information on-line is HTML ....
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