Read one or more of the following introductory documents if you have never created any web files before:Policies for Web Publishing at Berkeley , in particular, the sections:
Create or transfer your Web files into a directory in your account that is readable by your computer's WWW browser. For IEOR and most of the campus computers, the standard is to create a directory under your "home" directory called "public_html", then place all your files in this directory. Make sure you have a document called "index.html", which will be the default page in your Web site. These can be viewed in any WWW browser by typing (for example):
After creating or transferring your files, make sure that your account "home" directory and your "public_html" directory (and any sub-directories of "public_html") are world-readable and executable, and your files are world-readable. This is done with the "chmod" command.
chmod 755 ~
To make all files in this public_html directory world-readable, type:
chmod 644 ~/public_html/*
Save any changes after editing a source file which belongs to you. Return to your Web browser and Reload the document to see the changes in the on-screen display.
If you have created your web pages elsewhere (eg. on a PC, Mac, or a non-departmental unix machine), you will need to transfer your files to your ieor public_html directory.
If you are an IEOR Graduate Student, or an Undergraduate enrolled in an IEOR class, you may wish to have your new home page added to the appropriate list on the IEOR Students page. To do this, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org .