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Thursday, January 5, 2012

How to Build a Website Using Microsoft Word

While many professional web designers prefer to build websites with complex applications, such as Adobe Dreamweaver, you can start building websites with an ordinary word processor such as Microsoft Word. Word includes the ability to write HTML code, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, and then save these text documents as HTML files. After an HTML file is uploaded to an active web server, it can be viewed on any modern Web browser.

Step 1
Run the Microsoft Word application from the Start menu on a PC.
Step 2
Go to the "File" menu and select "New." Then choose to create a blank document.
Step 3
Type in the blank document, leaving some space in between the two tags. This HTML tags will notify web browsers that your site is using HTML code.
Step 4
Type My Website in between the HTML tags from Step 3 and change "My Website" to the title of your new Web page. This is the header code.
Step 5
Type after the header code from Step 4 and place any desired HTML elements in between the body tags. These elements can include text, images or hyperlinks.
Step 6
Go to the "File" menu and select "Save as Web Page." Then name the file and click "OK." This saves the code file as an HTML document.
Step 7
Place the saved HTML file onto your active web server. This Web page will now be visible on all Web browsers.

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