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CPSC 203 Introduction to Computers Lab 39, 40 By Jie (Jeff) Gao
16 March 2004CPSC Labs by Jie Gao2 A Step-by-Step Demo How we can create our own web pages, and publish them to the University web server We can use any tool we like to create and publish the web pages. In the following steps I will use Word and WebDisk
16 March 2004CPSC Labs by Jie Gao3 Web Pages We’d better put all the pages and images in a folder Make the first page and save it –You’d better name it “index.html” (refer to the last lab) –Images, links to other sites, link to my e-mail address, … Create the second page, the third, …, all in a similar way –Use bookmarks for a long page Make links between each other
16 March 2004CPSC Labs by Jie Gao4 Check Locally Use a web browser to open the first page, navigate to other pages by the links, and check if the links and images are good. Try to move the folder to a new place and see if the images and links are still good.
16 March 2004CPSC Labs by Jie Gao5 Publish (1) Login to WebDisk If there is not “publish_html” folder, create one Put the web pages and images in the folder “publish_html” Try to visit the web pages by the address “ http://homepages.ucalgary.ca/~username/... ” –DO NOT double click the files in your webdisk directly. This is not visiting the pages by an internet address
16 March 2004CPSC Labs by Jie Gao6 Publish (2) If you are prompted to input password, you need to set permissions. The WebDisk disconnect window has a button for it. You will find it’s a good thing to name the first page as “index.html” Test again if everything works
16 March 2004CPSC Labs by Jie Gao7 Finally Hand in If everything is OK, you can hand in the assignment by e-mailing the web address to me. –The web address should be like “http://homepages.ucalgary.ca/~username/...” Again, my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org