Many times, the decision to become a part of the Internet goes beyond the usual surfing to actually developing a presence on the Web. This varies from the posting of a home page for family and friends so they can keep up on news and photographs, to developing an informational or interactive site dealing with a medical issue or practice development, to a hobby. Many Internet service providers make space available on their machines for such Web sites, and the languages used to compose and display a Web page are easily mastered. In this chapter we will explore the basics of putting up a Web page. While all the nuances of Web programming are beyond the scope of this book, this chapter should allow you to put up a respectable-looking page and get you started as a Webmaster.
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