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Building a
Collaborative
Web Project
Define
Design
Deliver
Upload and test
Project Reflection & Narrative
Evaluate your Project
Publicize your
success
Summary
1. Upload your project
2. Beta test
3. Final check

1. Upload Your Project

There are several different ways that web pages can be uploaded to a Web server. Your Web master or network administrator will tell you what method you should use.

Whatever method you use to transfer your project to your Web server, if you have followed the guidelines we suggested regarding naming conventions and relative links your project should successfully operate in its new home.

One of the most common methods is to transfer your files using FTP ("File Transfer Protocol"). Therefore, we have included information on uploading your Web project using FTP.

page 1: Upload your project
page 2: Beta test
page 3: Final check

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