How to Create a Blog website

How to Create a Blog website

When you create a  blog website that has
complex formatting, or that mixes text
and graphics, you’ll want to test it in the
most popular Web browsers. Web addresses
 from which you can download Microsoft
Internet Explorer, the America Online client,
 the Firefox browser, the Opera browser, the
 Safari browser, or other tools.

Domain and Hosting In the case of a hosted
 website or blog, the hosting and all its related
functions are done by another company. All you
 get is the facility to build your site, without any
access to the powerful tools behind the scenes.
 This has its advantages and disadvantages.
The biggest advantage is that you don’t have to
 worry about any of the background functions
behind your site; you just get to do all the fun stuff.

Thinking about Your Site
The term hosting planactually defines the
 specifications of your hosting
account. The two terms, account and plan,
 are sometimes used interchangeably to mean
 the facilities and allowances you get with your
account from your web host.

cPanel is the most widely used hosting system
and the most customizable. The cPanel control
 panel is highly customizable and comes with various
preinstalled layout options. Many hosts even
allow you to select which of the basic layouts
 you want to use. To change the format of the
 cPanel control panel.

Provide lots of links.One of the best ways to
 share your interests is to share information about
Web sites that you like, as well as books and
other resources. You can put this list on your one
 and only Web page or make it a separate page
that’s part of a personal Web site. If you develop
a thorough, carefully updated list of links for a
 specific interest area, you create a very valuable
 resource for others.

Get organized.Think about how photos are
 going to be organized.Basically, your site
should be like a magic photo album —
with new content at the front, and as many
 older photos as you want at the back. So
use the home page to highlight the new stuff,
 and keep the older stuff moving back into archived folders.