||Web pages are made of text only, files such
as images need to be loaded onto the page when browsed. Web pages to be
viewed on the internet must be stored on an ISP and be able to be found
on the web by a search engine, such as Google. This means that pages, along
with their associated files, need to be saved in one folder. The folder
then may contain more folders to stored the extra files such as pictures,
animations, sounds, etc, so that they can be accessed separately.
All files need to be saved in lowercase for search engines to find them.
The files saved 'name' should be used to help to find it easily. Good planning
of the structure of your web pages helps you create them logically.
You will want to create a 'Home Page' that links to the other pages.
You may also wish to create a 'Welcome' page. One of these should be your
opening 'default' or 'index'
page which is saved as a .htm file (not
a .html file) as the sites root file. This root file is the one
the search engine will open first.