A Checklist to Your Personal Homepage

  1. Photo (refer to "How to Add Your Picture Onto the Homepage in 4 Easy Steps")
  2. Contact information: address, phone number, email address
  3. Education background
  4. Work experience
  5. CV or Biosketch
  6. Publications and posters
  7. Awards
  8. Memberships (for example: American Statistical Association)
  9. Professional interest
  10. Others: your CQI projects, your lectures, or your hobbies etc.

How to Add Your Picture Onto the Homepage in 4 Easy Steps:

  1. Have a picture of yours some where in your computer: If you do not have, use the one Claudia took for us, see OurPeople.
  2. Click "Attach image or document" the bottom of your personal page to upload. Locate your picture through "browse".
  3. Then you will see the picture at the bottom of your page. To move it elsewhere, go to edit, scroll down, find the newly created sentence
    <img src="/wiki/pub/Main/HowtoBuildHomepage/filename.JPG" 
    alt="filename.JPG" width="240" height="180"/>
    at the bottom, and move that sentence to where-ever you like your picture to be, say, the top.
  4. You can also change the size of the picture by altering the numbers following "width=" and "height=".
  5. It's best to use the convert program to resize the image to the desired size to make it load quicker, rather than having width and height do the bulk of the work.

Extra Space Available for Personal Homepage:

Check out: http://its.vanderbilt.edu/vuspace/faq.php, and take advantage of the extra space available for Vanderbilt employees.

* For further assistance, please feel free to contact me, I am more than happy to help you in making your homepage into something you are so proud of. And with that, best of luck, and have fun!
Topic revision: r5 - 04 Jan 2007, WillGray
 

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