UC San Diego students and registered student organizations are given 200 MB of server space to publish a personal website. Some students have access to more than one server as shown by the Account Lookup tool, but student organizations and most students should select acsweb.ucsd.edu as their server.
Our acsweb server supports HTML 5, PHP 5.1, and other server-side dynamic content. You will want to name your first file either index.html or index.php, depending on how you are coding the document. There are various online tutorials for both HTML and PHP if you would like to learn more about coding in these languages.
|ACMS Computer Lab||SFTP Client|
|Move your file to:
(Server) home directory on...→
|Download an SFTP client and enter:
scp file.html firstname.lastname@example.org:~username/public_html
Log into our Home Page Setup Tool and check the box reading Allow others to see documents in public_html.
If you ever want to change your permissions to prevent anyone from seeing your web page, use the tool again and select Return to "no-risk" permissions.
Once you have completed these steps, you may view your site at:
When our friend Ben completes these steps on acsweb, he will find his site here:
Student organizations qualify for a registered hostname (e.g. jediknightacademy.ucsd.edu). This will be processed when you renew your ACMS resources.