What is a sub domain

  Bass99 20:30 29 Mar 06

Possibly to basic a question, but only if you know the answer.

Where can I get a overview of web site making, not the nuts & bolts of making the site, but something that explains what can be expected, and how it all links together. With a few examples of how a site works, what the terms mean. Even what are the formats for clipart?

I have my own domain via Freeparking, a web site made via Word & Excell, and uploaded by Cute FTP to Web Mania. It was luck it got there, but this is just a mind expanding hobby, my man & wife firm does not really need a web site.

Thank you for any nudges in the right direction

  Forum Editor 23:32 29 Mar 06

that supplied chauffeur-driven cars on the one hand, and self-drive rental vehicles on the other. Both businesses are separate, but associated.

You could have one website with say a domain name like cars.com and then create separate websites within the main site - the correct addressing protocol after the www part would be: chauffeur.cars.com and rental.cars.com - each accessible via links from the main site, or by typing a separate address into a browser. What you would be doing is using sub-domains. The sub-domains would be totally distinct sites, with separate index pages, navigation systems, etc., but wouldn't be hosted separately, on their own domains.

  barryoneoff.co.uk 11:28 30 Mar 06

is that you don't have to pay for them once your main domain is paid for.

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