Redirecting UNC web sites
Description: Why would I want a redirect? You are moving your site (from www.unc.edu to sites.unc.edu) and want to send traffic to the new site automatically. You would like a shorter address for your site. Where is my website hosted? If  your site’s address starts with http://www.unc.edu, it is on the www.unc.edu servers. See the instructions […]
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Putting Your Page on the Web
Description: Note: The web.unc.edu service is now the preferred method for publishing personal and group websites at UNC-Chapel Hill. Learn more at http://web.unc.edu. Table of Contents Before You Begin UNC World Wide Web Servers Getting Started Using SSH/SFTP Secure Shell Transferring Files Using Fetch UNIX and AFS Commands for File Management Controlling Access to Your Files […]
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Creating WWW Pages at UNC-CH
Description: Note: The web.unc.edu service is now the preferred method for publishing personal and group websites at UNC-Chapel Hill. Learn more at http://web.unc.edu. Table of Contents Introduction Categories of World Wide Web Pages at UNC-CH Responsibility Quality and Service Problems IDs for UNC-CH Web Pages Disk Space Deletion of Disk Space Getting Started Introduction About www.unc.edu […]
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Putting Group Pages on the UNC Web
Description: Note: The web.unc.edu service is now the preferred method for publishing personal and group websites at UNC-Chapel Hill. Learn more at http://web.unc.edu. About this Document This document is intended for people who are preparing group web pages. A “group” might be a department, administrative unit, student organization, or campus-wide project. To make files available, you […]
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UNC Web Style Guidelines
Description: A strong visual identity serves to position the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a leader in higher education. Consistent use of the identity enhances the world’s recognition of who we are and visually reinforces our reputation for quality and leadership. UNC-CH branding and identity guidelines can be found here: http://identity.unc.edu/
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