Web pages and central hosting at IU
On this page:
- General information
- Pages (individual web pages)
- Webserve (university web pages)
Note: Pages replaced the Mypage service on January 1, 2014. Pages is limited to professional, research, instructional, and academic needs. The content in an account on Pages must be related to the individual's, department's, or student group's role within the university (for example, a faculty or staff member's professional, research, or academic information, or a student's academic tasks). Specifically, these accounts are no longer to be used for content such as hobbies, family information, and favorite entertainment links. All account owners are being contacted about this change.
Two main types of web pages exist at Indiana University:
Individual web pages: Hosted on Mercury, Pages is for
an individual's professional, research, instructional, or academic web
content and uses the URL
pages.iu.edu. You should not use
Pages to share hobbies, family information, and favorite entertainment
links or other purely personal content.
University web pages: Webserve is for official IU
business related to your organizational unit, approved professional
organization, or registered student group. Webserve uses the URLs
www.iue.edu. Accounts on Webserve have access to
subservices and utilities not available through Pages.
At IU, what is Pages, and how can I publish a web page there?
- At IU, what is Mercury?
What is spinweb?
- What is Webserve?
- At IU, who can have an account on Webserve, and how do I get one?
- IU Webmaster Tools and Guides
- At IU, how can my department sell items through its web site?