- In your repository on github.gatech.edu, click the Clone or download button.
- Click the Use SSH link in the upper-right corner of the dialog.
This is a test.
If you are leaving Georgia Tech or otherwise want to move your Professional Web Presence (PWP) site from PWP to another instance of WordPress, just follow these instructions:
Technically, as long as your can log into your GT Account, you can still access any sites that you maintain on PWP - contact your local IT support or the OIT Technical Support Center if you have questions about your ability to use your GT Account Username after you leave Georgia Tech.
A proposed workflow for how smaller teams can code collaboratively with git at Georgia Tech.
Learn how to connect a repository on github.gatech.edu to a virtual host on a server (examples given for a RHEL7 server, but similar will work IF using at least OpenSSH version 5 or higher on your server).
Social media services are very popular these days and can be a big help in connecting with your desired audience. Setting up and managing a social media account is beyond the scope of this article, but below you will find documentation on integrating social media into your websites.
This page details tips and best practices for specified accessibility standards for usage on our webpages across campus.
Please note that you should always check to make sure your content is applicable to the specified changes before incorporating changes below. Don't hesitate to ask a web developer if you have any questions about a remediation effort or an accessibility issue on a website.
To set up an external domain name with SSL encryption on an OIT Web Hosting account:
Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) File
You can generate a CSR for an OIT Web Hosting site from the site's Plesk Control Panel:
To set up a website redirect from your PWP website, please follow the instructions below.
This process has been lifted from this Stackoverflow article.
- Enable the redirection module.
- On the redirection preferences, select the site configuration as so:
Source: /(.*) Target: http://mysite.com/$1