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Re: This might be a dumb question...
Posted by Jesse on 5/01/06
(4) Comments

    You'll need to be on your tech person's good side in a BIG way,
    as she will need to give you FTP access to the school's web
    server. Most IT people don't give that access out too freely.

    However, if she gives you access to just your folder (aka
    directory), there's not much damage you can do!

    So, yes, it is possible, and convenient! :-)

    Jesse


    On 4/24/06, Jean Bullock wrote:
    > I don't do any of the maintenance at school. I do the whole
    school's website and
    > upload it from my home computer to the website. If you are
    doing just a website
    > for your classroom, it shouldn't take that much time. I use
    NVU (free) and it
    > works fine.
    >
    > Just remember to upload it from home you have to have the ftp
    address
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > On 4/24/06, Melissa wrote:
    >> I am a second year teacher that started to get the
    >> teacherweb subscription last year, but thought better of
    >> myself (my lack of time). I am ready to get a website up
    >> and running, and I asked the tech coordinator if I could
    >> have some space on my schools website (hey its free). She
    >> said no problem. So I am in business...but
    >>
    >> I was thinking today, in your experience with a schools
    >> website, do you have to do all of your maintence at
    >> school? I would like to do the page over the summer and
    >> have it up by back to school night. This is almost
    >> impossible if I have to do it all from home (I live 40
    >> minutes away from work). DOes it vary from school to
    >> school? It is a typical .k12.mo.us school site.
    >>
    >> Thank you so much!
    >> Melissa