Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Administering sites, part of Introduction to Web Design and Development.
- If you've chosen to host your own site…you'll need to work with your hosting company's web server…to control and manage your site.…Although the server will handle most of what you need…for basic sites just automatically,…it really helps to understand what's going on behind…the scenes and what you're likely to encounter.…So to demonstrate this I've opened up my web server…control panel for my sample desolve.org site.…Now I'm hosting this site through the hosting company…called bluehost, I love those guys,…but this is not a recommendation for them…or even a demonstration of how their web server works.…
What you're actually looking at right here,…and as I scroll down you can kind of see some…of the options that we have here,…what you're actually looking here is…the server administrative tool called cPanel.…This is the most commonly used server administrator client…across all hosting companies, so it's pretty likely…that you're going to encounter it regardless…of which hosting company you eventually choose.…cPanel also updates sort of the layout a good bit as well,…
- What is web design?
- What is a web designer?
- Learning to code
- Choosing a web host
- Working with a CMS
- Exploring how websites are structured
- Choosing your framework or software
- Designing with standards and accessibility in mind
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring Web Design
2. The Field of Web Design
3. Getting Started
4. Exploring Tools
5. Learning Web Design
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