Wellcome to Metaphor Man's
HTML work site
A HTML help site for web Newbees
The program that you use to view Web sites (HTML documents) is called a browser.
You are probably useing netscape right now, there are some other examples of browsers you can investigate.
Lynx for instance,
Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Your browser is pointed to the location in the address window, this is called a URL, Uniform Resource Locator. The programs that
supply the information to the browsers are called servers.
A Web server is also the place you store and publish your own web pages.
Q: Is there an easy way to convert a text file to a Web Page?
A: Yes! In fact that is a good way to learn about HTML stucture protocol
You can visit the Webmonkey at angelfire to familarize your self with some of terms and tools of the trade. Also a nice place to visit is the Consortium.