I'm just learning html but already have a domain, so I did a quick and dirty under construction page to replace the advertising-littered default page that the webhost was using. It's dirt-simple and not very good, but I'll make it better as time goes on.

Is there any rule I'm breaking with this page? It's at eyetee dot org. (And, yes, I have legal license to use the image for my personal website.)

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No, nothing wrong with posting an 'Under Construction' page... unless your server host has some really bizarre Terms and Conditions.

Posting an "under construction page" is a good idea. It tells your visitors that the domain name is active, website is valid, but the content is not ready.

Its good to posting an 'Under Construction' page. And i completely agree with JorgeM

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