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Be sure to name your HTML page index. htm or index. html so that others can see it on your AMS. In order to start, you must safely associate your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer with Firefox via the Secure File Transfer Protocols (SFTP) and generate an HTML folder. With SFTP you can safely move data between two machines.
In order to make your web pages public, you must create a web folder in your local area so that web browser can view your work. Right-click the Install Bundle link in the Downloads section and choose Store Target As. Store the installer on your computer, then double-click it and obey all prompts to finish the install.
Choose the Type of Install and Commander Interface option when asked by the installer. To open the application, double-click the Windows clip symbol on your computer screen. Please type your University Computing Account user name and passcode when asked. Choose your My AFS Space meeting and click Login. Hint: The next times you use Windows SCP, you can just choose your saved meeting and click Login.
Now you are safely attached and can copy and paste data between your computer (left side of the window) and the distant system (right side of the window). In the right pane, double-click the open file. In order to generate your HTML directory, click File, choose New and click Directory. Enter html for the name of the new directory, and then click OK.
Open the directory on the leftside of the screen that contains the site file. On the right, double-click the open file, and then double-click the HTML file. Choose the file and drop it on the right side of the screen until a "+" symbol is displayed in the removed directory and let go of the clicker.
Important: Make sure you name your HTML page index. htm or index. html so that others can see it. You can access the html file folders and any sub-directories you created in the public/html subdirectory via the web. Once you are done, click session, choose Disconnect, and then click Exit.
To make your web pages public, you must create a web listing in your My AFS Space so that the web server can connect to your work. Navigate to the Applications subfolder and double-click the Fetch symbol to start the application. Enter your user name for the University Computing Account in the User Name box.
Specify your University Computing Account username and password here. If you have successfully joined, you will see a list of file types on the removed system in the pane as shown below. Right-click the file and double-click the file. In order to generate an HTML file, click on the New file icon in the drop-down list. Specify a name for the new directory in the Specify field: html.
In order to start the upload of a file from your on-premises system to the distant system, double-click the HTML directory, choose the file(s) on the on-premises computer, drop the file(s) into the HTML directory, and if you see a plus icon ('+'), let go. Important: Make sure you name your HTML page index. htm or index.
Documents stored in the html folders and all sub-directories created in the public/html folders are available on the web. Once you have finished your data transmission and are prepared to terminate the link to the remoting system, exit the Connect dialog. To make your web pages available to the general public, you must establish a web listing in your My AFS Space so that the web server can gain control of your work.
Once you have logged on to the Linux client, choose Application, then choose Web, then choose gFTP. From the Port box, choose 22. Type your University Computing Account user name in the User box and your passport in the Pass box. Now you are safely attached to AFS and can copy and paste data between your computer and the distant system using the arrows between the two column.
Find the Guest Folders on the right side of the pane and double-click it. Click Remote on the toolbar, and then choose Make directory........ Enter the name of the subdirectory you want to build under Name, enter html, then click +Add. Choose the file you want to commit from the list on the far right of the page, and then click the right side of the arrow.
Copies the file to the local machine. Important: Make sure you name your HTML page index. htm or index. html so that others can see it. You can access the html file folders and any sub-directories you created in the public/html subdirectory via the web.
In order to end your meeting, click on Remote and choose Disconnect (or press Ctrl + D).