Spring 2006

# wiki

The pages in this directory may be edited by students and faculty.
• To create a new page, make a link to it like this : a new page.
So the thing i was talking about in terms of the displaying things is saved in this pdf file.
Here's a page on rubiks cube.
Here's some new stuff. So there.
 This line has spaces like this. 
Anyone else having difficulty with uploading a text file to their web directory? Or rather, accessing it? Every time I try it says that it's forbidden. I've worked on it for over an hour and a half and tried to save it in a million different formats. -Katie
 So i am thinking we need to be shown how to have this text space do a word wrap in this box... -Nate 

# Sweet.

• Access!
• I am computarded.

# It will not work! (Jonathan)

I have tried to load my meager webpage onto the server for a good hour now to no avail.
• I went up on the Marlboro webpage and looked up putting up a page. The site told me to make a
folder called "html" and call my file "webpage.html" on akbar home. After doing this I put in the URL it said I should use

# forbidden!

is what I got
here is the link, I think. http://akbar.marlboro.edu/~jboynton/webpage.html"> click here, and you'll see I'm trying to get these things handed in for homework http://cs.marlboro.edu/courses/spring2006/intro_internet/students/jboynton/work/html_first_steps"> click here, and you'll see where I DID put it
http://cs.marlboro.edu/ courses/ spring2006/intro_internet/ wiki/ wiki