This simple Web site looks interesting enough. However, no one will see it on the Web unless it is eventually published to a Web server.
A Web site is a group of HTML pages and graphics that are interconnected with hyperlinks. A typical example of a Web site is shown here.
Actually, this is the simplest form of a Web site. Web sites can also contain word processor documents, multimedia, scripts, and databases—any kind of file. They can even have other Web sites, called subsites, that are nested within.
Typically, you create a Web site on your local computer. However, the site won't be available to other people until it is eventually published—or copied—to a Web server.
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