Howto: Create a web page

One of our regular reader would like to know more about web page creation method. A Web page is a resource of information that is suitable for the World Wide Web and can be accessed through a web browser. For example this web site created using specialized CMS software called WordPress.

To create a web page, a text editor or a specialized HTML editor is needed. In order to upload the created web page to a web server, you need to use an FTP client. For example you can create a simple web page as follows using HTML language:
Step #1 : Start Notepad

Step #2 : Type the following program:

 <title>Hello World!</title>
  <h1>Hello world!</h2>
   This is my first web page. 
   I like to use <a href="">Gmail</a> as my mail client.

Step # 3 : Save and close the file as “test.html”

Step # 4 : Double click on test.html

Web template

Please note that the design of a web page is highly personal. You need to make a design according to your own preference. However, I recommend using
a pre-made web template to save your time. A web Templates let web page designers edit the content of a web page without having to worry about the overall aesthetics.

Many people publish their own web pages using web based products such as Geocities from Yahoo, Tripod, or Angelfire. These web publishing tools offer free page creation and hosting up to a certain size limit.

Special software

You can use HTML editor such as
=> Adobe Dreamweaver
=> Adobe GoLive
=> Microsoft Expression Web

Dynamic Web Creation software

Other ways of making a web page is to download specialized software, like a Wiki, CMS, or forum. These options allow for quick and easy creation of a web page which is typically dynamic. Wikipedia, WordPress, and PHPBB are examples of the above three web page options.

We are the web

Ten years ago the World Wide Web came into being for most of us, and
Wired Magazine is marking what has been a remarkable decade of life
changing technology with a series of articles in its August issue. Today we see blogs, wikipedia, open source projects, peer-to-peer networks behold the power of the people.
It may seem obvious now, but those who first imagined the Web had an
uphill battle to persuade people that it was possible – and would be
useful. Kevin Kelly’s “We Are the Web” details the public and
democratic nature of what we now rely on daily. And guess what by 2015 everyone alive will (on average) write a song, author a book, make a video, craft a weblog, and code a program. 175,000 books were published and more than 30,000 music albums were released in the US last year and at the same time 14 million blogs lauanced worldwide. Sure we are the web and future seems to be bright!