How to set up your web site [Nova.Org]

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All member home pages currently live on the host //members.nova.org//. Members requesting an account will be given Telnet and FTP access under their account name on this host. Place your //.html// or //.htm// files in a directory called //public_html//. Make sure the file at the top of your html tree is called (//index.html//, //index.htm//). If you do not know what FTP access is or how to FTP file, get yourself a book on the basics of the internet. All member home pages currently live on the host //members.nova.org//. Members requesting an account will be given Telnet and FTP access under their account name on this host. Place your //.html// or //.htm// files in a directory called //public_html//. Make sure the file at the top of your html tree is called (//index.html//, //index.htm//). If you do not know what FTP access is or how to FTP file, get yourself a book on the basics of the internet.
-===== Your Personal URL ===== 
-If your login ID for email and access is //bsmith//, then this is the URL that will point to your personal home page: 
-[[http://members.nova.org/~bsmith]]+===== Your Personal URL =====
 +If your login ID for email and access is //bsmith//, then this is the URL that will point to your personal home page: [[http://members.nova.org/~bsmith]]
If you got a custom domain (for example //bsmith.org//) then you probably still use the //public_html// directory described above, but your url will be whatever you have registered. (e.g. [[www.bsmith.org]]) If you got a custom domain (for example //bsmith.org//) then you probably still use the //public_html// directory described above, but your url will be whatever you have registered. (e.g. [[www.bsmith.org]])

public/support/websetup.txt · Last modified: 2006/04/02 10:48 by agibson