Along with H drives, some students and employees also have I drives too. Anything saved on the I: drive is posted to the Internet. For example, if a student named John Doe (ArgoNet account: jdd2) saves his web page as a file named resume.htm on his I: drive, it is then available at Another example, if employee Jane Roe (ArgoNet account: jroe) saves her web page as a file named cv.htm on her I: drive, it is then available at http://pages.uwf.edu/jroe/cv.htm. If the webpage were saved within a subfolder named "career", the web address would be http;//pages.uwf.edu/jroe/career/cv.htm.
Another example, if employee Jane Roe (ArgoNet account: jroe) saves her web page as a file named cv.htm on her I: drive, it is then available at http://pages.uwf.edu/jroe/cv.htm. If the webpage were saved within a subfolder named "career", the web address would be http;//pages.uwf.edu/jroe/career/cv.htm.
Not everyone has I drives
All new departmental, employee, and student ArgoNet accounts do not include web drives. This ensures that UWF takes all necessary measures to maintain ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) compliance on all content hosted on UWF webpages. I drives are different from the CMS, Google Sites/Drive, or Confluence. Please see Changes to Web (I) Drives for more details.
Webpages are composed of computer code called HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). Rather than typing HTML code, most people choose to create webpages using a graphical HTML editor. These programs work similar to word processing programs like Microsoft Word, making website creation easier, especially for those who are unfamiliar with HTML.
Setting Up Your Home Page
The web address for your home page should be short and memorable. For ArgoNet accounts, the shortest home page address consists of the server name followed by the ArgoNet account name, such as http://students.uwf.edu/jdd2. To create this address, save your home page as one of the following:
The home page must be saved directly in the I: drive, not in a subfolder. It is your choice as to which extension (the letters following the dot) to use on your page; however, you must use the .cfm extension when using ColdFusion.
The University of West Florida offers courses on webpage creation. Online tutorials are also available at Tizag.
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