The Personal Webpage runs off an embedded web server, serving files stored under the Web folder on the main volume. The web site is rendered in CGI and CSS, so you can customise the look and feel of the site to whatever extent your skill in these web languages runs to.
The webpage is made up of four main components - About Me, Favourite Links, Message Board and Photo Album. Basically it's a cut-down version of MySpace. Each of the four components has a page dedicated to itself, and once you log in as the system admin can edit any one of them, adding in details and links. The only exception is Photo Album, which has a dedicated application for uploading and creating web albums.
The site is hosted by default on port 8081, and is designed to be made available from the WAN connection.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Specifications]
- Page 3 [Physical Features]
- Page 4 [System Features]
- Page 5 [System Features - Configuration]
- Page 6 [Browse Share]
- Page 7 [Personal Webpage]
- Page 8 [Download Master]
- Page 9 [Setup and Testing]
- Page 10 [Client Utilities]
- Page 11 [Final Thoughts]
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