<! doctype html>
<html>
<body>
<title> How to write a html file</title>
<h1> how to write html</h1>
<p> when creating a html file you make use of of your notepad
</p>
<h2> processing of html</h2>
<p> when starting you make use of word like doctype, head, paragraph, body etc. You also make use of punctuation marks like <>and / .</p>
</body>
</html>

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My preference might be the Daniweb Code Block method.

<! doctype html>
<html>
<body>
<title> How to write a html file</title>
<h1> how to write html</h1>
<p> when creating a html file you make use of of your notepad
</p>
<h2> processing of html</h2>
<p> when starting you make use of word like doctype, head, paragraph, body etc. You also make use of punctuation marks like <>and / .</p>
</body>
</html>

You need an FTP client to upload a file from your local computer to a web server. You can download one of many free ftp clients. Linux, MacOS, and Windows have simple clients built in as well. As a reminder, you will need a user account with ftp privileges on the weever you want to upload to.

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