Monday, September 27, 2010

How to: Setup a basic HTML site

Hey everyone, posting a new How to on setting up a basic HTML site, useful for those who want to test out their HTML skillz

Alright well this is fairly simple, let me give you the run down.

  • First off, you will need to get the HTML code. This is probably the hardest part to do. If you are new to HTML (Very basic web coding), then just Google "basic html tutorial", or something similar. Honestly its not very hard to get a grasp for, you should be fine :)
  • You may want to use some sort of program, would make it alot faster especially if you understand the program already. I personally use Expression Web Ultimate 4, which isn't free, but there are many free ones out there
  • Next, go to, here it allows you to enter the HTML code, or you can optionally use plain text or rich text (also markdown) to add to your page. This may be helpful to those who are new to coding and such. Choose whatever fits your needs.
  • Last, simply hit publish when you have entered the code, and you will have your HTML code up. Now you can see your creation without having to go through the troubles of getting a domain/host. You can pass the website URL to you friends so they can check it out too!

I thought this info would be helpful to those who make blogs and would like to test out designing a webpage. Have fun with it :3

Also, on a side note, sorry for the lack of recent posting, while there is no excuse to leave my followers alone, I have been busy lately and didn't want to through up a half-thought of piece of junk and would rather wait until I had more time to think of a good How to :P


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  1. very helpful, looking at expression studio right now. looks awesome

  2. Very helpful for anyone wishing to start a website with no programming experience

  3. dude nice shit keep it up

  4. heh i wish i was an html master

  5. cool storys and info its pretty good follow my blogs @

  6. been meaning to learn html for the past few years.

  7. Hmm, I kind of want to use some html on my site, but I'm a noob.