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Lect 5 In-class work on Web site building: The steps: 1) Laying out your site The first step has more to do with the logical organization and design of your web site. In this step, you'll plan out how you want the site to look. For example: - Every web site has a home page, a page that comes up by default. What do you want on your default page? Perhaps your basic info, a link to your resume, and a link to any class work you need on the web. You don't need to build all this now, but planning it out in advance is helpful. - On your own computer's hard drive, you should create a copy of your web site. You'll upload this whole thing later to your MIT server locker, using any FTP software that you have (to your www folder, afs\all\athena.mit.edu\user\u\s\username\www). -OR- - If you work in the classroom (9-251), the computers are all linked directly to your MIT server thena locker. If you browse the computer, under the main hard drive, you'll see a link to your MIT server locker ("username on 'afs\all\athena.mit.edu\user\u\s'") Click on that, and you should see your 'www' locker. That's where your web files will go. So if you're in the classroom, you can work directly on those files, without needing to save a copy to your desktop. - To ensure a neat and easy to work with web site, you want to organize things by folders.
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ARCH 4.500 taught by Professor Lawrencesass during the Fall '08 term at MIT.

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