This section provides an overview of what azure-web-sites is, and why a developer might want to use it.
It should also mention any large subjects within azure-web-sites, and link out to the related topics. Since the Documentation for azure-web-sites is new, you may need to create initial versions of those related topics.
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Inside portal, press the New button in the left menu.
It will appear a new panel containing a few services. In this guide we will focus only the Web + Mobile section.
Now we can click on Web App. In the new panel we have to enter a few details:
On the left you can see a menu that will allow you to customize your website. Now we will focus only on the first option, the Overview one. On top of that view, you can see some useful buttons (the green underlined ones). They will allow you respectively to Browse, Stop, Restart and Delete your web application. In the same panel you can see (on the left side) also the Status of your website and it's Location.
On the right there are some very nice information such as the URL of our web application. We find also the FTP credentials and it's FTP URL.
Now, if you press the Explore button or you enter your application url in the url bar, you will see your website. Initially it will be like this:
As you can see it's not the coolest website on the Internet, but you will learn how to transform it in one of the greatest web application ever. Or at least, the idea is that.