Create Your Own Web Pages
Creating a Web page is actually quite simple with the tools available
on the Internet today. We'll provide you with links to the newest
sharware programs for Web page developement as well as some basic
instructions for getting your pages up to the server so the rest of
the world can view them.
HTML / WEB Editors
(use these programs to create your web pages)
Graphic Viewers / Editors
(use these programs to create or manipulate graphics)
Basic Rules for a Successful Site
Once your Web site has been created on your local computer, you'll
need to upload it to the VPOP server. There a a couple of things to
remember in order to make your Web site appear correctly to the rest
of the world.
The default home page (the one that comes up when you point your
browser to 'www.yourdomain.com') should be named
index.html or index.htm.
Also, file names are Case Sensitive so remember that the links
you create to other pages need to be referenced correctly.
TIP: If you create a sub-directory under your
webdocs directory called images and store your
graphic files there, it will be easy to sort through your files as
your Web site grows.
Instructions for uploading your files to the VPOP server can be found