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Creating Personal and Group Web Pages
JILA offers individual users and groups the opportunity to conveniently create their own web pages that can be accessed through the main JILA webserver. This service is designed to aid in the dissemination of scientific and academic information to a wide audience through the WWW.
Contact the Webmaster, for details.
Any pages in this public_html directory can be accessed via the WWW at
Aliases can also be created for group or class pages, so that the URL for them would be
Because WWW pages on a JILA server provide a reflection of JILA as a whole to the general public, it is very important that all users are aware of JILA's WWW guidelines when posting information on their individual pages. Additionally, users are encouraged to have the Scientific Reports Office check the content of their pages before posting.
Getting More Help with WWW Pages.
In general, WWW pages served out through the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) are written in HyperText Markup Language (HTML.) HTML consists of formatting tags (similar to those in LaTeX) that control the appearance of the page when it is accessed through a browser.
JILA's Webmaster, is available for consulting on all aspects of creating WWW pages. Any technical or administrative support groups who wish to develop pages are particularly encouraged to talk to the SRO before starting.
The JILA computing support staff also maintain a library containing a number of books on WWW development. Please stop by S266 if you would like to borrow a book.
In addition, the following links offer some tutorial assistance for WWW design.