Personal Webpage Templates
There has been a serious push for all faculty and graduate students
to have web pages. We all make our first web pages by stealing things
we see on the web. Below James Graham and Tom Shemanske have put
together a few samples which are easy to adapt to your own purposes.
There are links to view a the sample and links to download the archive
with all the files.
(by J. Graham)
the zip file
(by T. Shemanske)
the tar-gzip file
This is a knock-off of the kind of page iWeb used to produce before
Apple stopped shipping it. (See
CJS's page for
a live version)
(by T. Shemanske)
the tar-gzip file (updated 2016-08 for PHP 7.0)
This is a generic version of
my own page. It is
more complicated (there is a README in the archive) The images are
from Dartmouth's archives.
Course Webpage Templates
January, 2019 (trs)
Updated January 2019 to work around new security constraints on gauss
These are a new set of responsive course web page templates meaning
that they will render well (and appropriately) on phones, tablets,
and computers alike. The contents of these archives can/will
replace that of your course public_html directory. These have been
updated to use Bootstrap version 4, beta.
- The first of these has a fixed horizontal navigation bar at the
top of each page. See the
the tar-gzip file. Here is the
- The second of these features a vertical navigation panel to the
left of the content. The style of the menu, whether it is fixed
(does not scroll with the content), and whether the top matter will
be visible when collapsed to minimal width are all configurable.
with a fixed, block menu which collapses; the page contains a
the tar-gip archive.
MathJax is available locally, on gauss. It is already automatically included in every standard Math Dept. website page.
To activate MathJax on other pages (course or personal web pages, for example) copy and paste the following
<head> section of your web page:
Comments Plugin for Any Web Page
below is an easy-to-use and easy-to-modify script which allows anyone
finding your web page to record a comment or question, and have it
posted to that page for all to see. It also allows you the
flexibility to remove comments which have outlived their usefulness
and to adjust the format in which the comments appear. The script
requires a web server which handles php scripts (our math server does).