1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 15, 2007 10:49 AM by Tom Gewecke
Marcia Milanowski Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
I have 125 students who are each making a web page that will be posted on our building intranet. I need a procedure to collect those pages so I can put them together on one site.

I would like each student to create the "about me" page using iWeb at their workstation and then collect the pages when they are finished. The problem is that the files are somehow in that domain file and I can't figure out how to grab just the pages without having 125 domains on my computer. Any suggestions? I have already ruled out having students use one workstation to enter their data. That would just take too long to complete. I need them all to work at the same time.

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  • Tom Gewecke Level 9 Level 9 (75,520 points)
    I
    can't figure out how to grab just the pages without
    having 125 domains on my computer. Any suggestions?


    There's no way to combine domains. I gather you want to publish/upload the stuff only from one machine? One idea would be to make sure each student names their page distinctively, like "About Student A" and not just "About Me." Then you could have the students publish their sites/pages (a page is always part of a site) to their local drive. Then you could move all their pages to your machine and put them manually on the server. These "pages" would actually consist of at least two items, a file called "About Student A.html" and a folder called "About Student A_files".

    If your intranet server doesn't like spaces in filenames, you need to replace these in your page names by underscores, e.g. AboutStudentA.