Follow these steps to set up your website for this course:
Your Files panel should now look like this:
Open up the Exercises folder and you should see the hello-world.html file you created in the last exercise.
When you point your browser to a website (e.g., www.google.com), the browser fetches a page from a web server somewhere on the internet. That web server is simply a computer with some special software on it for serving web pages and associated files (e.g., images). The server can deliver pages to many different clients (browsers) at the same time as shown below:
As a web developer, you may be responsible for putting your pages onto the web server. Different organizations handle this in different ways, but one common way is via File Transfer Protocol (FTP). We will show you how to set this up in Dreamweaver; however, in this course, we will simply view the files locally.