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Personal Web Space

Any CSE user may maintain their own webpage located at cse-webedit.coeit.osu.edu.

In order to access your Web Space Directory you will need to either ssh or sftp to cse-webedit.coeit.osu.edu. Below you will find instructions on how to connect to the Web Space Directory using Filezilla:

Step 1: Launch Filezilla

You Can launch Filezilla by searching for the application on your windows device

Step 2: Connect to cse-webedit.coeit.osu.edu

Once Filezilla is launched you will setup your connection with the following settings (excluding the quotation marks)

Host: cse-webedit.coeit.osu.edu
Username: name.#
Password: University Password
Port: 22

To save the settings and launch the connection, click the “Quickconnect” button
You will receive a pop-up windows asking you to trust the connection and confirm your RSA fingerprint, click “OK” to continue

Step 3: Verify connection is successful

If the connection was made successfully you will see two file explorers, one for your “Local Site”, the workstation you are logged into, and one for “Remote Site”, the CSE Web Space Directory

 

Once connected to the Web Space Directory, the user may place world readable HTML files and world readable/executable subfolders in that folder. URL's to view a user's webpage take the form

http://web.cse.ohio-state.edu/~username/path/to/file.html

Any index.html file placed in a folder will be loaded automatically when the URL for the folder is requested. For example, the URL

http://web.cse.ohio-state.edu/~jsmith

automatically loads the index.html file in jsmith's Web Space Directory. It is recommended that users do create an index.html file in their root Web Space Directory so that our automated software will add them to the list of users with a readable homepage.

Policies

For security reasons, execution of CGI programs is not permitted in user web space. Java applets (not servelets) and Javascript are permitted.

Computing Staff reserves the right to remove material from a user's web space for the following reasons:

  • The material is creating an excessive amount of traffic, slowing down the system, or using excessive amounts of disk space.
  • The material is deemed to be in violation of applicable laws.
  • The material violates applicable University policies