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How to build a (basic) website at MUSC. Elizabeth Garrett-Mayer April 28, 2014. Homeroom. You must map the ‘homeroom’ network drive to your computer. The name of the drive is (but replace “ netid ” with your netid : \\homeroom.musc.edu\netid. Go to homeroom.

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how to build a basic website at musc

How to build a (basic) website at MUSC

Elizabeth Garrett-Mayer

April 28, 2014

homeroom
Homeroom
  • You must map the ‘homeroom’ network drive to your computer.
  • The name of the drive is (but replace “netid” with your netid:

\\homeroom.musc.edu\netid

go to homeroom
Go to homeroom
  • Notice the ‘public_html’ folder
  • Everything in it is “public”
    • Can be seen be anyone, even if it isn’t created as a specific hyperlink
  • Open the public_html folder
index html
index.html
  • In public_html, open or create an index.html file using a word processing program (e.g. Word, Emacs, WinEdt)
  • Be sure to save it as a .htm or .html file.
  • This file is your ‘homepage’
creating your home page
Creating your home page
  • Should be clean and easy to navigate
  • Make links to relevant content
    • CV
    • Papers
    • Photos album
  • Don’t try to put too much on the home page
using templates
Using templates
  • You can easily organize using a table with hidden gridlines (my strategy)
  • Find other peoples pages and save the source code: edit it to make it yours.
  • Some examples:
    • http://bcb.dfci.harvard.edu/~gp/
    • http://www.columbia.edu/~yc632/
    • http://rafalab.dfci.harvard.edu/
    • http://www.biostat.jhsph.edu/~rpeng/
adding in links
Adding in links
  • Right click, add hyperlink
  • Create a new page
  • Add in a photo