Your website here.
You can use your Personal Web Space to publish web pages or share
files on the Internet — or on SU's local area network — from a folder
on your P Drive.
Here’s how it works: Create your website by changing this page (it's
called "welcome.htm" and it's in the htdocs folder in your P Drive)
and creating any other HTML pages you want.
That’s it. You’re done — your page is ready for viewing.
Student pages are viewable at http://students.salisbury.edu/~username
Faculty pages are viewable at http://faculty.salisbury.edu/~username
Staff pages are viewable at http://staff.salisbury.edu/~username
HTML is easy — so easy that even a first-time user can do it. That's
because you don’t have to learn HTML to use it.
HTML — short for hypertext markup language — is what webmasters and
designers use to publish text and graphics on the Internet in a form
that can be read by any web browser.
Applications, such as Microsoft FrontPage, actually generate HTML webpages
for you with just a few clicks of a mouse.
Need help creating your webpage?
To open your site from FrontPage, choose FILE> OPEN SITE (or OPEN WEB)
from the menu. Click on MY COMPUTER and Enter
The SU Helpdesk, the TLR Center, and the Web Development Office are
all available to assist you.