How to Put a Website Online: Template, Coding, Domain, Hosting, and DNS

hosting of a website – How to Put a Website Online: Template, Coding, Domain, Hosting, and DNS


How to Put a Website Online: Template, Coding, Domain, Hosting, and DNS

hosting of a website

Learn how to get your website online with a custom URL and website hosting.

In this course, you will first learn how to create a simple website using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, starting with a website template. (If you already have a website—great! Just skip this section and go to the next one.) Then, you will learn how to get a custom URL. Finally, you will learn how to host your website files and make your custom URL point to your website files. You will learn two different ways to host your website, including a way to host your website for free!

This course was created by Beau Carnes.

🔗 Get a .TECH domain name:

🔗 Learn more about HTML and CSS:

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (00:34) Creating a website
⌨️ (38:41) Getting a custom URL
⌨️ (42:45) Getting web hosting
⌨️ (48:25) Creating a custom email address
⌨️ (48:25) Updating Nameservers
⌨️ (51:35) Hosting for free with GitHub Pages
⌨️ (56:08) Updating DNS Settings
⌨️ (59:15) Conclusion

⭐️ Special thanks to our Champion supporters! ⭐️
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This course was made possible in part by a grant from Radix, who own the .tech TLD.

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20 thoughts on “hosting of a website – How to Put a Website Online: Template, Coding, Domain, Hosting, and DNS

  1. I wish there was a video on how to upload a react Django and or aspnet site. I use iPage and don't think they have that availability so would love to find a better site for hosting

  2. Thanks! that was really helpful, your video helped me to set up my custom domain with GitHub pages.
    One thing was that, I didn't have change the nameserver (for GitHub pages), the nameserver is just left to "BasicDNS".

  3. when attaching your domain name to your actual hosting, as he said, it can take more than 12 hours before you can use the domain name to see your website. However, on your hosting site, they will give you an IP address, which is just http: followed by a lot of numbers. You can type the IP address into your browser to see your website while waiting for the domain name to work.

    When I first started doing websites (back in the stone ages), I was always a little paranoid if I had uploaded my files to the correct folder on the hosting site. Using the IP address during those initial 12-48 hours allows you to verify you uploaded correctly even before the domain name is ready.

  4. I am student right now and never found any resource useful for learning web development but Free Code Camp. I really liked this non-profit organization's work. Now i have thought, one day I will definitely donate a ton of money to support them so they can bring more useful things to learners.

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