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Uploading to the Internet

Local versus Cloud storage
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Dave Daku

on 21 October 2013

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Transcript of Uploading to the Internet

Uploading to the Internet
"cloud" vs "local"
the Local copy
When you create a file on your computer,
it is "local" to you
File created here?
By default: only accessible here
Want to share it?
Copy the file from your Local
storage to...
C:
C:
H:
campus network, just for you
S:
I:
campus network, for your instructor
world wide web
I put it on I:
Now what?
The file is accessible to EVERYONE
Accessible to everyone... How?
You put it on I:
But nobody else has your I: drive!
Your I: drive...
Is also addressible as a website!
You know it as:
Everyone else knows it as:
C:\mySite\index.html

H:\CSC124\assignment.html
http://www.mySite.com/

http://home.pct.edu/~user/assignment.html
Common "Gotcha!"
You're working on...



and want to link to:
H:\CSC124\page.html



H:\CSC124\another.html
Which needs to be...
www.pct.edu/page.html -> www.pct.edu/another.html
But if you create the link to:


then it will try to go to:
H:\CSC124\another.html


www.pct.edu/H:\CSC124\another.html
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