Wild Drift Open Libraries Presents Building Sites with Adobe Dreamweaver

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Incomplete guide of the Internet in view of the January 15, 2005 information found on opte.org. Each ... take a voyage through GoDaddy. Programs. Microsoft Internet Explorer (Trident) ...

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Wild Coast Public Libraries Presents Building Websites with Adobe Dreamweaver

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Our stumble into… the internet History of the Internet & the WWW Client-Server Model & FTP Registrars, Hosting administrations, and more Browsers and dialects Dreamweaver and IDEs HTML and CSS Tables, Images, and Positioning

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Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML By O'Reilly Publishing

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The Internet Partial guide of the Internet in view of the January 15, 2005 information found on opte.org. Every line is drawn between two hubs, speaking to two IP addresses. The length of the lines are characteristic of the deferral between those two hubs. This chart speaks to under 30% of the Class C systems reachable by the information gathering program in mid 2005. Lines are shading coded by relating RFC 1918 distribution as takes after: * Dark blue: net, ca, us * Green: com, organization * Red: mil, gov, edu * Yellow: jp, cn, tw, au, de * Magenta: uk, it, pl, fr * Gold: br, kr, nl * White: obscure

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...which started with The USSR's dispatch of Sputnik prodded the United States to make the Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as ARPA, in February 1958 to recapture an innovative lead.[2][3] ARPA made the Information Processing Technology Office (IPTO) to encourage the exploration of the Semi Automatic Ground Environment (SAGE) program, which had arranged nation wide radar frameworks together surprisingly.

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ARPA 1958: Advanced Research Projects Agency 1972: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency 1993: Advanced Research Projects Agency 1996: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Today: 240 work force, $3.2 Billion, Arlington

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ARPANET Advanced Research Projects Agency Network Connected UCLA with Stanford First hypertext dialect, GUIs, and system conventions

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TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol and the Internet Protocol Still being used Made up of four layers: Application, Transport, Internet, & Link

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Application Layer: FTP File Transfer Protocol Uses exceptional FTP programming Allows one PC to associate with another and control those records Requires hostname, username, & secret key

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The Internet more or less Computers associated by a system that trades information by TCP/IP Your PC - the Client + FTP Software + The server - which "serves" website pages = The World Wide Web

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WWW Is NOT the Internet Much later innovation, 1992 Created by Tim Berners-Lee Series of interlinked hypertext archives got to by the Internet through a web program.

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InterWebz UrbanDictionary.com: The vast system connecting PCs over the globe, additionally alluded to as the web and the webernet. Generally utilized by individuals who talk as a part of 1337. I am teh 1337 H4xo|2 on t3h Interwebz!!!1pwn!! (I am magnificent on the Internet)

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I need a site! So what do you require? Space name Server (or facilitating on a common server)

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Domain Names A comprehensible name for a district of the web. Beat level spaces: .com, .net, .organization, and so on. Nation level spaces: .usa, .uk, .su Registrars offer area names Domains associate with IP addresses through DNS, the Internet's 'telephone directory'

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IP Addresses Private systems have three territories:,, That is the old IPv4 framework, which is constrained to 4,294,967,296 exceptional locations. The new IPv6 framework resembles: 2001:db8:1f70::999:de8:7648:6eB Total of 2 128 locations (or 2 52 for each detectable star in the known universe)

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Hosting Companies Hosts will furnish you with a server and IP address. The area recorder will permit you to indicate your DNS settings you're facilitating record's name servers. A few organizations give both administrations.

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Practical Tour Let's take a voyage through GoDaddy

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Browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer (Trident) Mozilla Firefox (Gecko) Google Chrome (Webkit) Apple Safari (Webkit) Opera (Presto)

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November '09 Stats IE8 – 13.3% IE7 – 13.3% IE6 – 11.1% Firefox – 47% Chrome – 8.5% Safari – 3.8% Opera – 2.3%

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Your first site Let's make a hypertext report Ends with .HTML = HyperText Markup Language Open Notepad and sort "Hi, World!" Save as helloworld.html. Presently open it in Internet Explorer.