Create your web site.
On your computer create all the HTML and supporting files such
as images (JPGs and/or GIFs). Keep them in a directory (folder) which you should
name something similar to your site.
Once your web site is functioning and you are ready to put it on the internet go
to step 2.
Example: default.htm is in the directory named "example" on your computer.
Upload / Publish your site.
Transfer the directory containing your web site and all files and folders to your
Web Hosting account. Either upload your files with an
Dreamweaver or you can use
FrontPage to publish your site.
Point a domain to your site.
All you need to do now is to point your domain name to your web site so that people
can simply type in your domain name address in their web browser and see your web
Log-in to the Web Hosting Control
Panel and go to the Web Sites section. Point a domain by "associating" it
to your Web Hosting Account and point the WWW and @ host headers to the directory
containing your web site.
If your Domain Name is with
and in your account, you are done and you can type your domain name to see your
web site. If your domain name is somewhere else, go to step 3b.
Example: Set WWW and @ to point to the folder named "example" in your account.
Point host records.
If your domain name isn't in your account with
eNomCentral, you will have to create or modify your WWW and @
Host Records to point to our web servers.
Help with Host Headers and Host Records. These settings changes can take
up to two days to take effect depending on the domain name registrar.
This is one of the reasons we strongly recommend having your domain names with us.