Your web URL to view your web page is:
You will add a link to this page that allows the user to view your work.
Your username and password for the ubunix.buffalo.edu machine is the same as your UBUnix username and password you used to log into this UBLearns account.
Now, whenever you login to your ubunix.buffalo.edu account you need to issue the command cd public_html to change to the sub-directory where you can create and maintain the files for your Assignments and Assignments.
You can use ssh to login to your ubunix.buffalo.edu account and then use either vi or Emacs to maintain your files or you can edit them on your PC and use an SFTP client ( FileZilla for Windows or Fetch for a Mac) to move them from your PC to your ubunix.buffalo.edu account. For Windows it is even better to use Notepad++ for your editor since it has a built-in SFTP client. For Mac the better choice is TextWrangler which also has a built-in SFTP client.
When you have this Assignment ready for me to view and grade you should post a note in the Home Page Discussion Folder with the URL of your web page so I can click on that link and open your Assignment in a new browser window (target="_blank").
<TITLE>Steven at the University at Buffalo</TITLE>
<h1><font color="blue"><img src = "images/ub.jpg" alt="UB logo" style="width:100px; height:50px;">Steven Cruttenden at University at Buffalo</font><img src = "images/ub.jpg" alt="UB logo" style="width:100px; height:50px;"></h1>
<p> My name is Steven and I am a senior at the University at Buffalo, and my major is computer science and engineering. I am currently working for People Inc. with people with special needs. <p>
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<li><a href="WebPages/Project1/Project1.html" target ="_blank">Create Your buffalo.edu Web Page</a></li>
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<li>Create an HTML5/CSS Compliant Web Page</li>
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