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  This specifies that a login is required to access the content, and points to the file which will contain the user name information, in this case, this should be a file named .htpasswd, within the same directory.
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This page can be used to generate the .htpasswd content:
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Page Contents:

 

How to Create a Personal Homepage

Members of the School of Earth and Environment can create a personal web page on the homepages.see system.

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  It is possible to password protect content within the public_html directory.
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For example, if you created a directory at public_html/private, this content can be password protected by creating a file named .htaccess in the directory, with the following content:
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For example, if you created a directory at public_html/private, this content can be password protected by creating a file named .htaccess in the directory, with the following content (replace earxyz with your own username):
 
AuthUserFile /home/earxyz/public_html/private/.htpasswd
AuthType Basic
AuthName "Login Required"
Require valid-user
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This specifies that a login is required to access the content, and points to the file which will contain the user name information, in this case, this should be a file name .htpasswd, within the same directory.
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This specifies that a login is required to access the content, and points to the file which will contain the user name information, in this case, this should be a file named .htpasswd, within the same directory.
  This page can be used to generate the .htpasswd content:
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  The content of the .htpasswd file may look similar to this:
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user:1$WHOrWaX3GjM
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user:$1$OGypXIpZ$NjHsCged9WEqF34AASIDX.
  When using Windows to create files which have names beginning with a ., you may need to use an editor such as Notepad++ which supports saving such files.

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  If the .htaccess file was placed in the public_html/papers sub directory, the option would only take effect within that directory (and any sub directories of papers).
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Password Protecting Content

It is possible to password protect content within the public_html directory.

For example, if you created a directory at public_html/private, this content can be password protected by creating a file named .htaccess in the directory, with the following content:

AuthUserFile /home/earxyz/public_html/private/.htpasswd
AuthType Basic
AuthName "Login Required"
Require valid-user

This specifies that a login is required to access the content, and points to the file which will contain the user name information, in this case, this should be a file name .htpasswd, within the same directory.

This page can be used to generate the .htpasswd content:

http://www.see.leeds.ac.uk/local/computing/htpasswd/

The content of the .htpasswd file may look similar to this:

user:1$WHOrWaX3GjM

When using Windows to create files which have names beginning with a ., you may need to use an editor such as Notepad++ which supports saving such files.

 

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  Z:\public_html
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The Z: drive space is automatically mapped when you log in to a Windows system in the School, or if you connect to the University Desktop Anywhere system.
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The Z: drive space is automatically mapped when you log in to a Windows system in the Faculty of Environment, or if you connect to the University Desktop Anywhere system.
  If the public_html directory does not exist, you can just create it yourself.
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  Replacing earxyz with your own username.
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If you wish, you can disable the indexing feature, by creating a file named .htaccess (on Windows, you may need use an editor such as Notepad++ to allow you save a file which has a name beginning with a .), containing:
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If you wish, you can disable the indexing feature, by creating a file named .htaccess (on Windows, you may need use an editor such as Notepad++ to allow you save a file which has a name beginning with a .), containing:
 
  IndexIgnore *

This option cascades down from the directory where the .htaccess file is placed, so if it is placed in the public_html directory, this option will also affect all sub directories.

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If the .htaccess file was placed in the publis_html/papers sub directory, the option would only take effect within that directory (and any sub directories of papers).
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If the .htaccess file was placed in the public_html/papers sub directory, the option would only take effect within that directory (and any sub directories of papers).
 

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How to Create a Personal Homepage

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Members of the School of Earth and Environment can create a personal web page on the 'homepages.see' system.
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Members of the School of Earth and Environment can create a personal web page on the homepages.see system.
 
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By default, you will have a directory named 'public_html' in your file space. For Linux users, this will be in your home directory at:
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By default, you will have a directory named public_html in your file space. For Linux users, this will be in your home directory at:
 
  ~/public_html
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  Z:\public_html
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The 'Z:' drive space is automatically mapped when you log in to a Windows system in the School, or if you connect to the University Desktop Anywhere system.
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The Z: drive space is automatically mapped when you log in to a Windows system in the School, or if you connect to the University Desktop Anywhere system.
 
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If the 'public_html' directory does not exist, you can just create it yourself.
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If the public_html directory does not exist, you can just create it yourself.
 
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Your main / index page should be named index.html, and placed in the 'public_html' directory. If your username is 'earxyz', the content will then be available at:
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Your main / index page should be named index.html, and placed in the public_html directory. If your username is earxyz, the content will then be available at:
 
  http://homepages.see.leeds.ac.uk/~earxyz/
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  The homepages system can also be used to make files available for download, for example, if you wish to make some large documents available to an external colleague.
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Indexing is enabled by default, so if the public_html (or another folder within public_html) does not contain an index.html file, it will list the directory content.
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Indexing is enabled by default, so if the public_html (or another folder within public_html) does not contain an index.html file, it will list the directory content.
  If you created a directory at ~/public_html/papers (or Z:\public_html\papers if using Windows), and copied some pdf files in to the directory, these would then be available at:

  http://homepages.see.leeds.ac.uk/~earxyz/papers/
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If you wish, you can disable the indexing feature, by
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Replacing earxyz with your own username.

If you wish, you can disable the indexing feature, by creating a file named .htaccess (on Windows, you may need use an editor such as Notepad++ to allow you save a file which has a name beginning with a .), containing:

  IndexIgnore *

This option cascades down from the directory where the .htaccess file is placed, so if it is placed in the public_html directory, this option will also affect all sub directories.

If the .htaccess file was placed in the publis_html/papers sub directory, the option would only take effect within that directory (and any sub directories of papers).

 

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Personal Web Pages

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How to Create a Personal Homepage

Members of the School of Earth and Environment can create a personal web page on the 'homepages.see' system.

By default, you will have a directory named 'public_html' in your file space. For Linux users, this will be in your home directory at:

  ~/public_html

For Windows users, the directory will be at:

  Z:\public_html

The 'Z:' drive space is automatically mapped when you log in to a Windows system in the School, or if you connect to the University Desktop Anywhere system.

If the 'public_html' directory does not exist, you can just create it yourself.

Your main / index page should be named index.html, and placed in the 'public_html' directory. If your username is 'earxyz', the content will then be available at:

  http://homepages.see.leeds.ac.uk/~earxyz/

You can create additional pages and directories as you wish.

Making Files Available For Download

The homepages system can also be used to make files available for download, for example, if you wish to make some large documents available to an external colleague.

Indexing is enabled by default, so if the public_html (or another folder within public_html) does not contain an index.html file, it will list the directory content.

If you created a directory at ~/public_html/papers (or Z:\public_html\papers if using Windows), and copied some pdf files in to the directory, these would then be available at:

  http://homepages.see.leeds.ac.uk/~earxyz/papers/

If you wish, you can disable the indexing feature, by

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Useful Links

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