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Subject:Re: Help needed with Home Pages From:lmann -at- TELERAMA -dot- LM -dot- COM Date:Fri, 30 Dec 1994 08:28:57 -0500
jcurran -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com wrote:
> In <sf02a6f2 -dot- 030 -at- WPOSMTP -dot- METC -dot- DOE -dot- GOV>, MSANDE -at- wposmtp -dot- metc -dot- doe -dot- gov writes:
> >Is there anyone out there who may be able to give me some
> >information or guidance as to how to start a Home Page on
> >the Internet?
> You need access to an HTTP server. Your best bet is probably to hook up
> with an Internet Service Provider, like netcom, who can put the pages
> you create out on the Internet.
The main issue is you need an area that is ACCESSIBLE FROM THE
OUTSIDE WORLD. Random files on random machines are not
accessible. But files stored on FTP or HTTP servers are.
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