connecting to micromediaweb.com

You can use any of a number of FTP clients to transfer files to the webserver with the following details.

  • host: 2022.micromediaweb.com (1st-year students)
  • host: micromediaweb.com (2nd & 3rd-year students)
  • user: your student number i.e. 0139348
  • password: given to you by your teacher
  • "remote_path" = "/home/YOUR_STUDENT_NUMBER/"

Sublime Text

get set up in Sublime Text 3

In Sublime Text your sftp-config.json will look like this

 "type": "sftp",
  [...]
  "host": "2022.micromediaweb.com",
  "user": "1439261",//your student number!!
  "password": "*****",
  //"port": "22",

  "remote_path": "/home/1439261/",
  [...]
          

note that it is sftp (secure FTP) and that you have to specify the remote_path

of course your password will be visible to you


download Sublime Text 3
double click then drag the sublime text app to documentss
for Windows: right-click & "extract all" then drag the folder to documents
open Sublime Text
drag the app or folder to your USB i.e. /vanier/_software/ folder
open Sublime Text from your USB & drag your "stud####_root" folder onto Sublime Text
ctrl + shift + p then type "insta..." then click to install package control
tadummm!
ctrl + shift + p then type "insta..." to install package then type "sftp" to select & install sftp
ctrl + shift + p then type "insta..." to install package then type "emme..." to select & install Emmet
right-click on _root folder & new folder "web1" (no spaces, no cap, no special characters... a-z, 0-9, - [hyphen] and _ [underscore]
type ! tab to create your homepage
right-click on your root folder, select sftp then map-to-remote
configure the sftp_config.json file as above using YOUR student #
upload file with right-click & upload file or cmd + ctrl + u, cmd + ctrl + f (Upload File)

go home...we're done