Introduction: Make a Blog With Esp8266
If your blog is simple and traffic is normal, I will guide you to use esp8266 as a blog server. One year costs $ 1 electricity :)
And the result you will have a website like this: http://han.boxip.net
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Step 1: Web Design
This is up to everyone. I use Google doc to make an introduction about myself and then save it to my computer in html format. But in today's tutorial, I downloaded a template available online for fast (https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/w3css_templates.asp) There are only a few details to note:
- Photos should upload to a certain host and then take the link back to the html file (I use temporary photobucket)
- The js, css libraries will normally have cdn. Use cdn instead of saving directly to esp8266.
- For example, I will only have a home page to introduce myself so you can develop more :)
And this is the result when opening the html file on the computer:
Step 2: Convert Html File Into H File
Open the html file (css, js) just got above. Then you copy the content. Go to https: //hs2t.com/tools/html2CString Paste the content in the first box and then press Convert. Copy the content in the second box :) put into the .h file
Step 3: Esp8266 Code (using Arduino)
Download and edit the code below:
- Change your home wifi
- Change the static ip to the modem's settings (you must assign a fixed ip to make it easier to open the port to the internet)
- For ddns section, I will explain more in the domain name assignment free!
Ok, after loading the code, go to its local IP test (for example, 192.168.1.24) to see that the website is ok: D
Step 4: NAT Port
This depends on your modem for example on your modem. My home uses a modem of gw040
When the port is finished, you can go to our blog from the internet using the IP address (eg http://22.214.171.124). yours.
- A few modems open the port, then see the web by public IP with the network is not possible, but out of the network, the normal view is okay.
- If you use 3G transmitter to network level for ESP8266, it will not work outside the internet :)
Step 5: DDNS
Since our ip is dynamic, we need to use DDNS service. What is the name of a domain name associated with your home ip? When your home IP changes, it will update the DDNS service so that the service assigns a new IP to our domain.First you register an account and a free domain name like myname.boxip.net at https://boxip.net here I use the name https://boxip.net
Then copy the link wget in the settings page to replace it with the ESP8266 code. ESP8266 default every 5 minutes will call up DDNS server to update IP.Now try http://han.boxip.net and enjoy the results: P
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Step 7: The Article Inspired Me
He has detailed instructions on how to create webserver. But the website is simple and only works locally. I have improved it to be a personal blog that can be viewed on the internet