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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

Faculty pages are viewable at

Staff pages are viewable at

HTML, anyone?

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 p:\htdocs

The SU Helpdesk, the TLR Center, and the Web Development Office are all available to assist you.