Make A Complete Website From Scratch – Part 4:Server

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUMYcuOjfns

Many people on the internet aren’t familiar with how to make a decent website on the internet. In an effort to remedy that, this episode kicks off the first of a five part series explaining the different aspects of building a good looking, database driven website from scratch.

 

In part 4 of this series, we will look at the basics of creating a MySQL database that will store the content for our website.

Here’s a list of the other tutorials in the series:

15 thoughts on “Make A Complete Website From Scratch – Part 4:Server

  1. Kevin says:

    how can he say that u have to pay money to get your own domain??
    How can some put the arm on something like that.

    There has to be a way to get it even after someone claims it

  2. Mitchell says:

    Kevin, http://www.icann.org/ is the one making sure that people pay for domain names so that they have the right to that name, like google.com is owned by google… and Domain names show professionalism, with your domain name, it is one of the best investments you can make in your site the domain name facebook.com can be sold for more than 25 billion.

  3. trixielikafox says:

    I am new, nay super new to anything outside the realm of word. I have been watching your videos and am at a stand still now that I have come to the webserver. It seemed so easy when you did it and I am sure with some routers it is that easy but when I tried to set port forwarding up mine looked nothing like yours or any other one I looked up on youTube. I am using the modem/router from Xfinity, everything I tried didn’t work at all. HELP Please! If I can’t set up my own server what company is good to go with that I can finish the rest of the tutorial videos using.

  4. dot says:

    hi, is there anyone know how to use broadband internet connection as example to a server, i dont use a router right now. or any out there gives a free server for example. thanks. :)

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