To make a web page you do the following:
- Create your web pages (You'll probably use MS Word)
- You will Save as 'web page'
- Upload the pages to the EUP web server using an FTP (file transfer protocol) client
- Test it to make sure it works.
- The sample URL will be: http:\\users.edinboro.edu\d123456t\
1st Video - This video shows you how to make a very simple web page using MS Word. Before that I show how to connect to the EUP web server using Windows Explorer with drag-and-drop. Please ignore the 30 sec. spot where I'm looking for something.
2nd Video - This video shows how to make a background color and create word art. It also shows how to create a 2nd page and make a hyper-link from your 1st (home) page to open your 2nd page. I also make a link from your new 2nd page back to your home page.
3rd Video - In this video I talk about how to add a time-stamp to show when your web page was last updated. I also show how to ad an e-mail link and using a table to align your text and images to it looks good when you open it up on the Internet. There is often a significant difference between how your web page looks in Word and how it looks on the Internet. In this video I run into an error where I ran out of web server space. You shouldn't have this issue. I had to delte some images from my web page and re-copy it to the web server.
EUP's Tech & Comm has a site with some information → A
link to Tech & Comm.'s explanation on how to edit your page from home.
Looks like this linkis not working, I'm looking for the new link. But you can all the info you need from the tutorial above!