Intro/Intermediate Web Page Construction Workshop
1. Log into zoo with telnet.
2. When you are at your zoo prompt, change into your public_html directory with the cd public_html command.
3. Create or edit an existing web page using the editor pico.  For example: pico mypage.html
4. Insert HTML <Tags> and edit the text until you are ready to save your file with Ctrl-X, Y, Enter.
5. Use Netscape and go to the URL: .  You should see the Forbidden message the first time you do this.
6. To remove the Forbidden message, go to the telnet screen and at your zoo prompt give the command that changes the file permissions so the file is visible on the web: chmod 644 *.*
7. Go back to Netscape where it says "Forbidden" and re-load the file.
8. Find an image (right click on the image on any web page) and save the .gif or .jpg file to you local PC (MyDocuments folder is fine).
9. Upload the image with FTP from the MyDocuments folder to your public_html directory.
10. Go back to the telnet screen, pico mypage.html and add in the image tag: <IMG SRC=mountain.jpg>.  Save the file again with Ctrl-X, Y, Enter.
11.  Go back to Netscape and RELOAD your page.


1. To find the instructions on how to set up your own home page on the Web: go to UVM's home page and type in the URL for "Developing your own Webpages at UVM":
2. A simple, non-geek, web-design resource is:
3. Also, here is a good summary of HTML you may want to check out:
4. The AGRI 85 web page assignment lab has some good basic information.
5. There are also lots of tutorial pages to visit in the CDAE 195 Bookmarks Web Site: (Scroll down to the TUTORIALS section).
6. It is also a good idea to read about copyright issues in:
7. Remember you can always see how a page was constructed by pulling down the View Menu and click on Page Source.