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How to create HTML website..I am beginner so please give the overall procedure for that?
 
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First of html is not a web site, it's the language to create the pages for web site.  Now coming to your question, it completely depends upon the type of web site you are creating.  If it contains only static contents, html/css/js are good enough.  But if it's a dynamic kind of web site you need support of servlet/jsp etc at the back end.
 
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Swastik Dey wrote:If it contains only static contents, html/css/js are good enough.  But if it's a dynamic kind of web site you need support of servlet/jsp etc at the back end.



I'll disagree with this classification. "Dynamic" to me, means that the site has behavior. So a dynamic site uses JavaScript for client-side behavior, and backend code (perhaps Servlets with JSP, but there are many choices) for back-end behavior.

A static site -- one with no behavior -- needs only HTML for structure, and CSS for styling.
 
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I got your point.  But by the work dynamic I basically wanted to mention when it gets some dynamic contents from back end.
 
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I dont like the way the question is posed, the answer is as simple as create a file, save it with the html extention and tada, you have a website (or at least a webpage).
It dosn't have any content and needs to be put on a webserver to be accesible to the rest of the world, but neverless...
 
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Thank you for this guidance.
 
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You need JavaScript,CSS along with HTML to create a operating website.You can refer W3schools for this.
 
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You need JavaScript,CSS along with HTML to create a operating website.


No, HTML suffices. Even CSS is optional unless it's supposed to look good :-)

You can refer W3schools for this.


Please don't. That site is full of outdated and often buggy content and advice.
 
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My go-to reference for all-things web is https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/
 
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