How to make a website

WebsiteAll chartered clubs and organizations are allowed to have a website on the UNC Web server. There is no charge for the site and it is a great way to spread the word about your club here on campus. Get started today by following the simple instructions below!

 

 

General information:

Club Marketing and Web Assistance

Building your own Web site
Applying for a Web server account

  • Fill out an application for the Web server account
  • Logons and passwords should not be shared; a new application should be filled out for each year’s new Web author
  • When the Web pages have been created, set up an appointment with Ronna Johnston to bring the completed application and a copy of the Web site for approval

Designing your Web site

  • You can
  • There are some campus images available
  • Read the UNC Computer, Internet & Electronic Communications Procedures
  • Dreamweaver and FrontPage software is supported by UNC’s Technical Support Center (351-HELP)
  • Web site files should be stored on a student’s computer, flash drive or zip disk (and a backup) – do not work live on a site
  • Due to security needs, files can only be transferred to the UNC Web server from a campus computer or via VPN or dial-up connection.
  • Candelaria and Michener labs have FrontPage software; Kepner and McKee labs have Dreamweaver
  • When the Web pages have been created, set up an appointment with Ronna Johnston to bring the completed application and a copy of the Web site for approval

After the site is online

Find detailed instructions on creating a Website at the Web Support site