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    Post After my Web Page is done, what to do next?

    after I have developed what is to be my webpage (completely coded) how do I mount it to a server? how do I give it a domain name?
    how will I manage my databases? I took a course in college in which we learned JS CSS HTML PHP CSS ASP .NET Django and Ruby on Rails but our professor gave us no guidance towards what to do after our page was done, I would appreciate any help.

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    Typically you select a web hosting company, buy a hosting plan from them (making sure they support whatever server-side languages you need), register your desired domain name (typically done through your hosting company, but doesn't have to be), and upload your files to the hosting server on which your account resides. There are other options, most requiring much more work on your part, but generally using a shared hosting plan for somewhere in the range of $5/month (depending on the features) or a virtual private server from a hosting company for maybe $20+/month would be the most common options for private individuals.
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    thanks for your reply, very much appreciated!!

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    Yes thats the way in actual you can live your website through out the web .

    Quote Originally Posted by NogDog View Post
    Typically you select a web hosting company, buy a hosting plan from them (making sure they support whatever server-side languages you need), register your desired domain name (typically done through your hosting company, but doesn't have to be), and upload your files to the hosting server on which your account resides. There are other options, most requiring much more work on your part, but generally using a shared hosting plan for somewhere in the range of $5/month (depending on the features) or a virtual private server from a hosting company for maybe $20+/month would be the most common options for private individuals.

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