The web, browsers, and web authoring
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- The web and web browsers
- Web authoring
- Departmental and student organization web pages at IU
The web and web browsers
- What is a URL?
- What are cookies?
- What are secure web sites and SSL/TLS certificates?
- How can I protect my web pages from email address harvesting?
- What is CSS?
- At IU, where can I get help creating a web page?
- About IU's WCMS
- At IU, what is Mypage, and how can I publish a web page there?
- For HTML, what editing software is available?
- What are Server Side Includes, and can I use them at IU?
Departmental and student organization web pages at IU
- What is Webserve?
- At IU, who can have an account on Webserve, and how do I get one?
- At IU, what is the difference between Webserve and Mercury?
- For the university web server (Webserve), what address should I use when making an SSH or SFTP connection to my account?
- At IU, how can my department sell items through its web site?
- At IU, how can I find usage statistics for my department's web page?
- At IU, why do I get a "Certificate Name" error message when I attempt to view my secure web page?
- Why does my web page look different when I use different computers and web browsers?
- When I try to look at my web page, what does it mean when I receive a "500" or "Internal Server" error?
- At IU, what should I do if people get an error message when they try to view my web page?
Last modified on August 06, 2013.