UCSC BME 200 Fall 2008

Being a Bioinformatics Grad Student

Web page assignment

(Last Update: 15:58 PST 17 November 2008 )

due Mon 8 Dec 2008

Create a web page on your School of Engineering account, by creating a file .html/index.html and making sure that it (and the .html/ directory) are publically readable.

Jim Kent's directions at http://www.cse.ucsc.edu/~kent/tutorial/webtut.html can be used if you have not previously created web pages. He goes further, in explaining how to set up executable programs to be run over the web. The web services supported on the SoE machines are explained in more detail on http://www.soe.ucsc.edu/administration/computer/facilities/web.html with more detailed advice at https://twiki.soe.ucsc.edu/twiki/bin/view/SOEFAQ/WebSites

Create a web page on any topic, and mail me the URL for it by noon on the due date. I'd really like the web pages to be on the SoE computers, so I'm expecting to see URLs starting with http://www.soe.ucsc.edu/ Create the page editing the HTML with a text editor--{\bf not} with a tool like Microsoft Word, PageMaker, Claris HomePage, Adobe GoLive, DreamWeaver, or PageMill. I want to be sure that everyone understands the underlying language of the web.

I will look for the following features in the web pages that you create:


slug icon to go to Scool of Engineering home page
SoE home
sketch of Kevin Karplus by Abe
Kevin Karplus's home page
Todd Lowe
Todd Lowe's home page
BS, MS, and PhD programs
BME 200 home page Karplus's lab page Lowe's lab page UCSC Bioinformatics research

Questions about page content should be directed to

Kevin Karplus
Biomolecular Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
318 Physical Sciences Building