If you have an Internode broadband service, you are eligible for 50 MB of complimentary non-commercial webserver space. This space is available immediately - you simply need an FTP client and the connection details below.
Personal Webspace is only available to Internode broadband customers, and is for PERSONAL, NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY. Commercial webspace can be rented from Internode for a competitive fee (see our Business Web Hosting pages).
You will need a FTP client to publish your website to Internode's web server. The FTP connection details for Personal Webspace are as follows:
|Username||Username of your dialup or broadband account.
Do not include @internode.on.net
|Password||Password of your dialup or broadband account.|
|Initial Remote Folder||Leave this field blank.
When you log on, you will be in the 'root' directory, where you will upload your webpages and images, etc.
This information defines your website, and allows only people with the username and password to change the web pages. You are welcome to change your website as much as you like, free of charge. As soon as you have a working site, with valid HTML pages, you can start having visitors. Your URL or website address is as shown - http://www.users.on.net/~username.
The information contained below is for users with advanced knowledge of web and scripting. If you don't understand the information below, it's likely that you don't need to know about it.
Features mentioned below are subject to change.
The following are supported
The following are not supported
If you need applications that are not supported on personal webspace, you will need commercial webspace. See our Business Web Hosting pages for more information.
You will need to make your PHP scripts executable so they run properly. We recommend permissions of 705 or 755. If your permissions are not set, this will likely result in an 'internal server error' message.
The following support is enabled in PHP:
For more information, please create a phpinfo page. Simply copy the below code, save it as phpinfo.php, upload it to your webspace, then look at the file in a web browser.
You can find the path to your home directory when you log in to Personal Webspace via FTP. The path is presented in the FTP welcome message, for example:
230-Last updated: Wed Aug 24 12:11:45 CST 2005
230-Diskusage: 9344 kbytes
230 Login successful.