Contrary to popular belief html isn't witchcraft, voodoo enhanced or anything of the like. If you have written any type of computer program, you can write html with any text editor. The fancy editor programs make it easier to write fancy html. It can be written with the Windows® notepad just as well, not as easy but just the same, as well. If you have ever used a Windows® word processor with any proficiency, You can write html with a Graphical User Interface(GUI) Editor. GUI Editors make it a great deal easier for the beginner to write something more impressive in terms of pictures, multimedia, special effects, ect.
There is a lot of good reference material on the web(the web would be considerably smaller were that not the case). This sort of thing works a lot better with a little planning. the planning should begin with a little preparation on your computer and on the Web Server.
You should be all done with the preparation. The default name the server uses as a starting point for html is index.html. Your introductory page must be named this for the system to function as designed. It works out well also in that the url of your page is http://www.lctn.com/~your loginID. The sign up top indicates that this page is under construction. In my honest opinion(IMHO) every web page that is useful or has the purpose of passing on info on a personal level is always under construction.
Links for more Help
Here are just a few to get you started:
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