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Okay, so who is creating all the web pages that search engines find? . This answer is simple - everybody. Can you? Again the answer is yes.

Most web pages are written in some version of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) code. Now everybody is not an expert when using any kinds of code, and especially HTML codes. However, there are very simple programs that create all the coding. You just need to fill in the blanks. There are also CGI programs that generate code needed for web pages as you create them. This course is created with one of these called TWiki.

However, HTML code is still an evolving as the Internet is also evolving. HTML code is based on SGML, (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and looks like the next generation of code will be some form of DXML (Digital Extended Math Library) code. There are as many different versions of HMTL code as there are many different web browsers to view the HTML code. For the most part, the average person learns some basic HTML code or uses a CGI program or a web page generator of some sort.

Then, you do use a FTP (File Transfer Protocol) program, after you create the web page to transfer your web page to a web server where there it can now be found by a search engine. This sometimes is not so easy, which is why using different search engines and different search techniques are good. We will be talking about this later on in today's session.


See ResourceRecommendations. Feel free to add additional resources to these lists, but please follow the guidelines on ResourceRecommendations including ResourceRecommendations#Guidelines_for_Rating_Resources.


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