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Offline AppleSauce
« Posted 2014-06-10 04:01:27 »

I know that html is used to script mainly everything in the website, but can you host a server and have a free domain up and running? I've been using a subdomain, and I will be able to upgrade to a full domain soon.
Offline The Lion King
« Reply #1 - Posted 2014-06-10 04:08:12 »


Basically HTML is just a scripting Mark Up language that browsers know how to read and change it into the website you see.

What does that have to do with domain.

You'll have to buy a .com domain name you wont find one free. You can however host your own server using Apache.

WAMP for windows
LAMP for Linux
or look into Apache TomCat which runs Java on the server, Ive personally never used it for my own personal hobby stuff.

However, you probably have a dynamic IP address so linking a domain name to it would be kinda useless. Continue using the sub domain, put up a little money for a real webhost with a domain or look into .tk or whatever. It can be used to mask any domain as a .tk domain.

DUH , sorry

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2014-06-10 05:06:34 »

Just for the record, the ML in HTML stands for Markup Language, not scripting language. Javascript is a scripting language.
HTML tells the browser what's on the page and how it's laid out. (CSS also does layout, it's kind of like an extension of HTML) HTML by itself cannot do computation, it can only store data about what a page looks like. The scripting language gives logic and dynamic ability to pages.
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« Reply #3 - Posted 2014-06-10 06:08:59 »

I'm not 100% sure what you're asking, but if you own a domain and have a basic website host, you can design an entire website from scratch in pure html.

In fact, because I didn't need any advance features, I designed this entire website is almost pure html. It has a very slight bit of PHP, but this website is totally doable in 100% html;

So, short answer: Yes.

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