Difference between revisions of "Uploading your website using Apple OS X"

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# Choose '''Connect to Server...''' from the '''Go''' menu.
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[[Image:WebDavScreenShot_MacOS1.png]]
 
[[Image:WebDavScreenShot_MacOS1.png]]
  
  
# A dialog box called '''Connect to Server''' will appear asking you for the server address.   
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* A dialog box called '''Connect to Server''' will appear asking you for the server address.   
You should type: <nowiki>h</nowiki>ttps://upload.scoilnet.ie/<span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span> replacing <span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span> with your own school's [[Online Name]].
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* You should type: <nowiki>h</nowiki>ttps://upload.scoilnet.ie/<span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span> replacing <span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span> with your own school's [[Online Name]].
  
 
[[Image:WebDavScreenShot_MacOS2.png]]
 
[[Image:WebDavScreenShot_MacOS2.png]]
  
  
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http://www.webdav.org/goliath/
 
http://www.webdav.org/goliath/

Revision as of 13:50, 22 September 2008

Macosx.png

MacOS X

Apple's MacOS X has native support for WebDAV. In fact, Apple's iDisk service (part of the iMac suite) is provided via WebDAV, so it is no surprise that it is trivial to setup a WebDAV connection in MacOS X.


  • Choose Connect to Server... from the Go menu.

WebDavScreenShot MacOS1.png


  • A dialog box called Connect to Server will appear asking you for the server address.
  • You should type: https://upload.scoilnet.ie/school1 replacing school1 with your own school's Online Name.

WebDavScreenShot MacOS2.png


http://www.webdav.org/goliath/