Publishing Your Web Pages-AdSense-how-to

Your approach to creating Web pages for a
small Web site should be similar
to your approach to creating a single
Web home page. Each page should
stand alone as a worthwhile place for
your Web visitors to spend time, learn
something, or have some fun.

One of the best ways to create a strong Web
 site is to first create each Web page separately.
 Make sure that each page has the information
 you want, that it downloads in a reasonable
 amount of time, that all the links work, and that
the page looks good.

You may want to take the design consistency
 of your Web site to another level by adding
repeated graphical elements and a strong,
consistent approach to layout across all your
Web pages. This is the approach taken by the pros. We
suggest that, unless you have some design experience .

Compare your planned site to similar or competing
sites and revise your plans accordingly.
Create your site on your own machine first and test it thoroughly.
Carefully choose a Web service provider that will do the
best job of hosting your site.

Get your site up on the Web and begin an ongoing
cycle of testing and revision.

• Decide how many pages to have and how they link to each other.
• Put the purpose of your site near the top of your home page.
• Indicate the purpose of each additional page near the top of that
• Use headers, bullets, icons, and other graphical or emphasis elements to highlight key points.
• Think about what graphics you need. Start the process of generating or obtaining them.
• Use summary elements, such as a site map and a Frequently Asked
Questions FAQ page.
• Put navigational elements — links from your home page to other
pages in your site, and from other pages back to the home page —
in a consistent spot at the top or bottom of each page.