Hey anyone, how exactly do u implement your html code into a website, do you have like an admin rights to the link or something, how do u import the code and stuff?
Do you mean integrate web pages you have developed into an existing web site? Or do you mean building your own?
It also depends on what web server you are using. You can use Apache, IIS, Tomcat, Glassfish, and countless other web servers.
In the simplest case, if you are using Apache and just want to deploy static HTML pages. You will more than likely need admin rights to the box hosting the web server. All you have to do is update the index.html file under WebServer/Documents to be your web site's main page. And put all of the supporting web pages under that directory structure. If you mean integrate new web pages into an existing website, you will have to add them to the existing website structure and alter the existing website to link in your new pages.
If you are looking to get started with something simple, I would start with Apache. If you are using Linux or Mac for development, you more than likely already have Apache. You may just have to start and configure it.
If you are using Windows, I would recommend downloading XAMPP, http://www.apachefriends.org/index.html. XMAPP is free and is a combined distribution of Apache, PHP, MySQL, Perl, and Tomcat. It also includes a control center app to start and stop all of these services from one place.
I mean when you finish your code as in everything between <html>---</html, how do you put your code into action like this website.
You need a web server. A web server listens for user HTTP requests and returns HTML responses to the requesting user.
You take your HTML pages and deploy them to a web server. After you deploy your web pages, users can submit requests to the web server to view your new HTML pages.
The easiest web server to get up and running is Apache. If you are using Windows, you will have to download Apache. You can download it here
If you choose the default installation for Apache go to this directory:
C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/htdocs
The quickest way to get your website up and running is to update the index.html file to be your main web page, i.e., copy your main web page into the htdocs directory, delete the index.html page, and rename your main web page to be index.html. Then place your other web pages relative to how ever you referenced them from within your main html page--which is now the index.html page.
Start Apache, open a web browser, and navigate to http://localhost/
Your main web page should now load.
After you play around with Apache, you will probably want to configure it correctly. But this is a quick and dirty way to get you website up and running.
K, ill give it a run.