To store files of any type, you must copy the files to your server using SFTP software. See Transferring Files.
The Personal Web Space server you store your files on also includes a special folder called "web-docs." Anything put into this folder is publicly accessible on the Web.
Do not put anything confidential into this folder!
Do not delete this folder, as it cannot be recreated without assistance from systems personnel.
You may design your own Web page and upload those files into this folder. This will allow others to see your Web page.
To effectively use your web-docs space, you should be familiar with creating Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) documents and Web graphics. See Learning Opportunities for more information about Web development resources on campus.
Designating a Home Page
If you want a "home page" to appear on a browser when someone looks up your URL, you should create an HTML file and put it in your web-docs folder named as one of the following:
If you do not have a file with one of the above names in your web-docs folder, and you try to access your Web page through a browser, you will only see a listing of all the files you have in your web-docs folder.
File names on the server are case-sensitive: the files index.html and INDEX.HTML are recognized by the server as two different files.