Web Development Access
Need "Author" access to your development website?
Must have a "BNL
Domain" account. If you need one, please print and fill out the
Request Form and return it to;
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Information Technology Division
BNL Computing Facility (BCF)
Upton, New York 11973
Know what authoring tool and platform
you will be or are currently using.
Authoring Tools - FrontPage
(preferred), Dreamweaver, Text Editor ...etc.
Platform - Windows 95/98/NT/2000,
After getting your BNL Domain name and
know what Authoring Tool and platform you will be on, send an email
request to firstname.lastname@example.org to setup your
Web Development Account.
- If you are not using FrontPage
then you will need to have a shared directory setup for your Web
Development Account. Send this request to email@example.com.
See Shared Directory Setup to
help you configure your local share once it has been setup.
If you are using FrontPage, see
2000 Setup to help you configure your development site shortcut.
People using FrontPage 97/98, send an email to
for special configuration setup instructions.
Email - Preferred method and has a faster response
Send request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone - Call Enterprise Computing
Services at ext. 5522, to open a service
Give the following information:
- The path to your development
"DEV" site. For example - http://dev3.bnl.gov/itd/web
- If you have subwebs (not sub folders),
do you what them published along with the root web.
If you do not ask to have the subwebs published, by default we will
not publish them.
Last Modified: February 1, 2008