A personal web publishing account allows staff to publish and maintain their own personal websites to accommodate materials that are strictly personal which are not subject to the University's quality assurance procedures and policies. The account is created on the CSUSAP web server and allows you to publish html and cgi scripts.
Content that cannot be published includes information of a commercial nature, web pages you have been paid to create, illegal, offensive or copyrighted material.
|Target availability of service||99% availability. 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week|
|Special access conditions||Available to all staff. Account must be requested, it is not provided automatically|
|Significant incident response||Up to 1 hour in 98% of cases for incidents affecting availability of service for all staff (this does not include incidents affecting individuals or a small subset of staff)|
|Significant Incident resolution||Up to 1 business day in 98% of cases for incidents affecting availability of service for all staff (this does not include incidents affecting individuals or a small subset of staff)|
Creation of an account on CSUSAP can take up to 5 business days so apply as early as possible to avoid inconvenience.
Once established your personal home page address (URL) will be http://csusap.csu.edu.au.au/~username eg a staff member with the username jblogg would have a personal home page address (URL) of http://csusap.csu.edu.au.au/~jblogg
Creation of personal web publishing accounts, installation, maintenance, provision of software, support and space on the CSUSAP web server are funded by the University and provided at no additional cost to staff.
Staff training is not available for the creation of personal websites on CSUSAP. Adobe provide video tutorials on their website to help you start using Dreamweaver. If you have not created a website or used Dreamweaver before you should work through each of the tutorials to increase your knowledge and build your skills. Please ensure you are viewing the tutorials for the version that is installed on your computer.
If you have further questions or need technical assistance after checking the online resources contact the IT Service Desk