Welcome to your new Web Site

As you can see, your new web hosting account has been created and is ready to be used.
This file that you are viewing right now is the
"index.html" file located in your /www/ directory.
You should replace it with your own "index.html" file.
This will be your web site's main page or default page.

For further information, questions or comments please contact your System Administrator

If you are the domain owner:

Log in to the Site Administrator interface to start managing this site.

Through the Site Administrator interface you can:

  • Set up your site's security and view your site's traffic reports
  • Manage your site's user accounts
  • Set up your site's email services
  • Check you email online with Horde or SquirrelMail
  • Use the online FTP Manager for uploading your files
  • Use the online File Manager for editing or making new web pages
  • Manage Sub Domains
  • Manage MySQL® Databases
  • Install FrontPage® Extensions
  • And many other options

After you log in, be sure to visit the online "Documentation" guide. It will help you get up and running in no time!

About Web sites

Web sites are servers connected to the Internet. On Web sites, you can publish Web pages in a format called HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). Anyone with a computer connected to the Internet can view Web pages using programs called a browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox

Creating and publishing Web pages

The easiest way to create a Web page is to use a Web authoring-tool, also called an HTML-authoring tool. Some of the more common authoring tools are Composer, which is free and available from Netscape, FrontPage, which is available for purchase from Microsoft, and Dreamweaver, which is available for purchase from Macromedia. These tools write the HTML code for you as you compose your page. Using them is similar to using a word processor such as Microsoft Word.

As an alternative, you can create Web pages by writing the HTML code yourself in a text editor program such as Notepad. Pointers to learning HTML include Writing HTML: A tutorial for creating Web pages Web Monkey, CNET Web Builder, HTML Goodies, Yale Web Style Guide, and W3C HTML Homepage.

If you own this domain, log in to the Site Administrator interface, then go to the "Documentation" guide in the online Help for more information about publishing Web pages to your site.

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