As a student, faculty or staff member (with a Home H: Drive) you are authorized to create and use a Personal Webpage. Traditionally, people.tamu.edu is utilized for this purpose and is provided by the Open Access Labs, but other options, such as Google Sites, are available to you if storage and collaboration are your primary goals for your webpage. If you are interested in learning more about Google Sites,
Users authorized for web creation using people.tamu.edu are allowed to use their five gigabytes (5 GB) of home drive disk storage space to store and share personal and academic files on their personal web page.
**The information on your Home (H:) drive (for file storage) and public_html folder (for web content storage) share the same five gigabytes (5) GB of allocated space.
Your web address will be http://people.tamu.edu/~NetID/
To begin creating your Personal Webpage using people.tamu.edu, click the Getting Started link
. All instructions provided assume you have activated your NetID and have an Open Access Lab (OAL) account. If you are unsure if you have an OAL account, see the *instructions above or visit an OAL lab for assistance.
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