HSU offers two options for individuals to publish personal websites using University servers:
Note that faculty sites on any server that contain instructional materials must meet the HSU accessibility guidelines.
Learn more about the web publishing resources available at HSU, including site analytics, forms processing, scripts and animation, and handling directory-related issues.
Learn more about how to use Google Sites to build web page
Note that Technology Help Desk staff have no obligation to assist individuals with the design and development of personal websites. Many resources in this area exist on both the ITS website (through QuickLinks on this page) and on the wider web.
All HSU students, faculty and staff are automatically provided with an account on the local campus web server to host individual websites; your account is valid for the entire time you are associated with the University. You must complete the following steps in order to use that account:
Your website content will be stored in your Network Folder
Your webpage can be accessed at this address: http://users.humboldt.edu/youralias
To upload files from your local computer to your site on the User Web server, you can either use Secure File Transfer Protocol (sftp) or simply drag and drop files into your HSU Network Folder using Interdisciplinary Computer Lab or office systems.