4. Writing and Exporting Web Pages
4.1 Undergraduate students are provided with space on a web server. This space may be used to publish web pages on Trinity Intranet. These are not accessible from outside TCD. Support for the development and implementation of these web pages is provided through the course for which they are required. In exceptional circumstances, web pages developed by undergraduate students may be given global access at the request of the students’ supervisor/Head of Department to Trinity's Web Administrator; these pages will conform to all Trinity polices with regard to the publication of web pages.
4.2 External companies/individuals writing web pages on behalf of Trinity staff or students are not given direct access to Trinity server. Writing pages to Trinity server is the responsibility of Trinity user on whose behalf these web pages have been written. These pages will conform to all policy, technical and design requirements of Trinity web pages.
4.3 Staff and postgraduate students are provided with space on a web server for access outside Trinity.
4.5 For the purposes of this policy, Campus Companies are on campus for 2 years and 9 months and their usage of Trinity resources is incidental to their main business. Should, for whatever reason, a campus company remain on Trinity campus longer than the initially specified period, their continued usage of Trinity's web resources must be authorised by the Business and Industry Committee (email@example.com).
Campus Companies and non-Academic organisations based in Trinity pay costs for web services equivalent to those that are allocated in Unit Costs by IS Services. Trinity servers and network access are not available as principal resources for Campus Companies. All web pages for campus companies' pages appear in the tcd.ie domain.
4.6 All pages written for Trinity web (for both local and global access) should be readable on the standard versions of browsers.