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* We no longer support personal home pages on this server, instead students and staff may [http://wikis.evergreen.edu/computing/index.php/WordPress_Tutorial_for_blogs.evergreen.edu self-create websites at blogs.evergreen.edu]. Faculty are encouraged to [https://help.evergreen.edu request a WordPress site at a sites.evergreen.edu].
 
* We no longer support personal home pages on this server, instead students and staff may [http://wikis.evergreen.edu/computing/index.php/WordPress_Tutorial_for_blogs.evergreen.edu self-create websites at blogs.evergreen.edu]. Faculty are encouraged to [https://help.evergreen.edu request a WordPress site at a sites.evergreen.edu].
 
* For academic offerings we encourage faculty to use WordPress or Canvas which may be requested using the [http://presence.evergreen.edu/ Academic Technologies request form].
 
* For academic offerings we encourage faculty to use WordPress or Canvas which may be requested using the [http://presence.evergreen.edu/ Academic Technologies request form].
 
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==About Dreamweaver support at Evergreen==
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===About Dreamweaver support at Evergreen===
 
Dreamweaver is no longer a supported application. The following documentation is for legacy users.
 
Dreamweaver is no longer a supported application. The following documentation is for legacy users.
  

Latest revision as of 15:01, 9 March 2016

Web space on academic.evergreen.edu

Academic.evergreen.edu is Evergreen's legacy web server for academic and personal websites.

Please note:

Dw-ftps.png

About Dreamweaver support at Evergreen

Dreamweaver is no longer a supported application. The following documentation is for legacy users.

Configure FTP access

To connect your site to academic.evergreen.edu

  1. Go to Site > Manage Sites
  2. Edit an existing site or create a new one with the following configuration:
  • server name = academic.evergreen.edu
  • Connect using = FTP over SSL/TLS (explicit encryption)
  • FTP address = academic.evergreen.edu
  • Username = your Evergreen.edu username (same as for email)
  • Password = your Evergreen.edu password (same as for Email)
  • Root Directory = where your files live on the server. For curricular sites they live in curricular/your_fiolder
  • Authentication = Trusted Server