If you have never worked with web pages, you may want to read our Frequently Asked Questions for some background information before proceeding.
To set up your personal web site, follow these steps:
- Determine which HTML editor you are going to use to develop your web site. For more information on HTML, see the Web Design Group‘s web site.
- Name your main page (the first HTML file that loads) index.html. By using this name, you avoid typing the file name in the URL. If you use a different name, such as home.html, you must include it in URL. When index.html is the main file, for example, you would type to load your home page. If you name your main file home.html, then you must type to view the page.
- Upload your web pages using FTP. Do not include the HTML directory when typing your URL. The server automatically points to that directory. The URL of a page is your web site is filename.html. For example, the URL to a home page on 24HourSupport might be .
- Click here if you get either the error message HTTP/1.0 404 or No Run-Time Bots Available. If another error displays, click here.
WARNING: ALL OF THE SERVER’S PERMISSIONS ARE SET CORRECTLY.
DO NOT ADJUST THE FILE OR DIRECTORY PERMISSIONS.