You can link MIT logo back to http://web.mit.edu
Website created by you should have your name, such as this page created by ALL OF US in Mission2006 has email link to Kip (email@example.com)
Email address can be a link: type in mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Start with light color background, and dark text.
Use MIT letters on all your pages.
There are two steps for web publishing. Step one is to get the file .html into your athena locker. Step two is to get this file published on the web. We will look into step two first, since it does not depend on your having a PC or a MAC:
Make sure you are in your personal directory where you file in HTML format is stored. To publish a website, all you do is go to the directory with the YOURFILE.html.
to make sure it is the correct directory.
athena% attach 12.000
Then COPY this file by typing the following command into your future directory
(all on one line, with a space before /mit...):
athena% cp YOURFILE.html /mit/12.000/www/m2006/teams/YOUR_MITNAME/YOURFILE.html
are interested in publishing any website in the future in your own directory
on athena you must COPY this file into your /www/ directory:
athena% cp YOURFILE.html www/YOURFILE.html
(alternatively, you can type mv instead of cp, but that will move the file, whereas you may want to copy it, so as not to accidentally overwrite good work).
log in Netscape or any browser type: http://web.mit.edu/YOURUSERNAME/www/YOURFILE.html
to check how it looks. Note: the file is actually located in:
/afs/athena.mit.edu/user/p/r/pritmit/www/ directory if your username is abcdef, then after user you type /user/a/b/abcde... .
Step one is only needed is if you are not working on athena, and are creating .html pages on your home computer, so this step is dependant on your platform. The summary of how to transfer files securely: http://web.mit.edu/cwis/secure-xfer/
PC: one example is: Using Kermit to Securely Transfer Files to Athena
one example is: Secure file transfer on the Mac using BetterTelnet:
guidelines are give on the website:
tells you about guidelines, how to create html pages with Dreamweaver, how
to check HTML code, as well as how to safely transfer files to Athena.