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  1. Internet Assignment

  2. Overview • This assignment combines many of the skills you have been learning all semester. • Microsoft Word • Microsoft Excel • Microsoft PowerPoint • It also involves learning a new set of skills related to web page development • file transfer • web page hosting

  3. Overview (continued) • During the next week you will be working to create the necessary web page documents. • Next week you will work on getting these materials posted to your own web account. • Everything you need to do the first part of the assignment is contained in your lab manual.

  4. The overall process Create your web document on your PC Main Word document (in html format) Another Word document (in html format) PowerPoint presentation

  5. The overall process Transfer your files to bulldog Main Word document (in html format) Another Word document (in html format) PowerPoint presentation

  6. The overall process Main Word document (in html format) Main Word document (in html format) Another Word document (in html format) PowerPoint presentation Another Word document (in html format) PowerPoint presentation

  7. The overall process Set file permissions Main Word document (in html format) Another Word document (in html format) PowerPoint presentation

  8. The overall process Viewable to web browsers through your URL Main Word document (in html format) Netscape Explorer Another Word document (in html format) PowerPoint presentation

  9. Users must have permission to view your pages

  10. HTML • Hypertext Markup Language • Used to format web pages • Not a real programming language • Uses symbols called tags to mark certain areas of the document for particular formats. Tags mark beginning and ending. • Example: • <b> Makes this line bold-face type </b>

  11. HTML continued • HTML code can be written in any text editor or in a word processor and saved as text. • Many web page authoring tools generate HTML code automatically • Adobe PageMill, Microsoft FrontPage • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint also can generate html files.

  12. Web publishing • Hypertext markup language (html) • uses ‘tags’ to format data • tags allow page formatting and the inclusion of images • can be seen from the View->Source menu • Web page authoring software automatically produces html code to format the web page.

  13. Your assignment and html • The reason you do a “Save As HTML” on your Word and PowerPoint files is to create a version of them that is in HTML format. • These are web documents. • Watch out for PowerPoint however, it saves each of your slides, each image, and each notes page as separate files! • All of these have to be transferred for your web page to run them.

  14. File transfer from PC to UNIX

  15. The tricky part explained • Creating the documents is relatively easy, the book explains that well. • The rest of the assignment is tricky • transferring files from PC to bulldog • getting on your bulldog unix account • learning a few simple unix commands • navigating the file hierarchy to the web subdirectory • setting file permissions • making other changes to the files

  16. Your UNIX account • Bulldog is UMD’s mainframe computer • It houses all of your email through your UMD account (example: schm0013) • First, let’s get on your account and see how it is set up. • Your TA will show you how to open up a connection to bulldog through UMDNET (telnet communications software)

  17. Sun OS 5.6 login:

  18. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013

  19. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password:

  20. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: password doesn’t show up

  21. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100]

  22. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100]

  23. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1%

  24. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% This is the UNIX prompt

  25. Some simple UNIX commands • ls - lists your files and directories • cd - changes directories • pwd - print working directory • pico - launches the pico editor • chmod - changes the mode of access of a file • bye - gets you out of your UNIX account

  26. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% ls Mail www bulldog.d.umn.edu2% You probably have only a few file and/or subdirectories

  27. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% ls Mail www bulldog.d.umn.edu2% cd www bulldog.d.umn.edu3% Drop down into your web subdirectory

  28. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% ls Mail www bulldog.d.umn.edu2% cd www bulldog.d.umn.edu3% ls bulldog.d.umn.edu4% If you list the files in your www directory there won’t be any... yet.

  29. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% ls Mail www bulldog.d.umn.edu2% cd www bulldog.d.umn.edu3% ls bulldog.d.umn.edu4% bye Type ‘bye’ to leave your account

  30. Your account signs off and is gone.

  31. The structure of UNIX accounts bulldog.d.umn.edu At the root of the file hierarchy is the bulldog computer.

  32. The structure of UNIX accounts bulldog.d.umn.edu swen0002 jone0321 schm0013 ande0213 The computer hosts an account for every student. schm0013@bulldog.d.umn.edu

  33. The structure of UNIX accounts bulldog.d.umn.edu swen0002 jone0321 schm0013 ande0213 www Within each student account there is a web subdirectory called www. After logging on to your account you must cd www to get down into it.

  34. The structure of UNIX accounts bulldog.d.umn.edu swen0002 jone0321 schm0013 ande0213 www All your web files must be transferred over to your web subdirectory.

  35. FTP • File Transfer Protocol • Used to transfer a file from one computer to another • We will use this program to send files from the PC’s in lab to the unix mainframe on which our web pages are built • works with telnet to access remote computers

  36. WS_FTP program

  37. Result of WS_FTP • After all your files are transferred over to your web subdirectory you can log onto your account, go down into it and list them. • The result should look something like the following:

  38. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% cd www bulldog.d.umn.edu2%

  39. The structure of UNIX accounts bulldog.d.umn.edu swen0002 jone0321 schm0013 ande0213 www After entering your account you will want to drop down into the www directory.

  40. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% cd www bulldog.d.umn.edu2% ls Bullet5.gif Jeff_Brooks.htm Sales.xls Image10.gif Logo.GIF ScanMaster_Report.htm Image9.gif Market bulldog.d.umn.edu3%

  41. Sun OS 5.6 login: schm0013 password: Last login Aril 12, 2000 from 123.45.67 Enter terminal type. <RETURN> for default (VT220) [Z)enith, S)un, X)term, W)yse, V)t100] bulldog.d.umn.edu1% cd www bulldog.d.umn.edu2% ls Bullet5.gif Jeff_Brooks.htm Sales.xls Image10.gif Logo.GIF ScanMaster_Report.htm Image9.gif Market bulldog.d.umn.edu3% This is a subdirectory that has your ppt slides in it.

  42. The structure of UNIX accounts bulldog.d.umn.edu swen0002 jone0321 schm0013 ande0213 www We can navigate down into the Market subdirectory with the cd command. cd Market Market

  43. bulldog.d.umn.edu3% cd Market bulldog.d.umn.edu4% ls Image11.gif first.gif img007.gif sld002.htm tsld001.htm Image12.gif home.gif img008.gif sld003.htm tsld002.htm Image13.gif ielogo.gif index.htm sld004.htm tsld003.htm Market.PPT img001.GIF info.gif sld005.htm tsld004.htm market.ppt img002.GIF last.gif sld006.htm tsld005.htm activem.gif img003.GIF next.gif sld007.htm tsld006.htm activep.gif img004.GIF pptani.gif sld008.htm tsld007.htm collapse.gifimg005.GIF prev.gif space.gif tsld008.htm expand.gif imb006.GIF sld001.htm text.gif bulldog.d.umn.edu3%