my web pages
Every page is a web page
Every document created on j2e can be a web page. Every document has its own unique www address. This is incredibly powerful, and will move you away from older ways of working, with older tools like Word.

You can reach your document from any web browser.
You can easily share your documents, for others to view.

Accessing a page
To access a page, you need to type in its www address in a web browser.

For a single user, the www is made up of three parts, www.j2e.com, your user name, and your file name.

For a school user the www is made up of four parts, www.j2e.com, your school name, your user name, and your file name. If you look in the address line of this browser you will see that this page has a www of

www.j2e.com/help/web

The user name who created this page is help and this file name is web.

Once you load one of your own pages, you will clearly see its www in your browsers address line.

Making your home page
You can make one of your pages your home page. This is the page people will see if they just type www.j2e.com/yourUserName. To do this simply tick 'home page' on the 'save' dialogue as you save the page. (This is only available when the page is saved as 'web page').

Sharing your page with other people
Although every one of your documents will have a www address, other people will not be able to access it unless you share it with them or publish the page. See the help pages on sharing for more information.

Search engines
Normal j2e pages are not constructed using standard html, so search engines can not scan your files. Your pages will not be listed by search engines like Google, or Yahoo.

If you save your page as a 'web page', and make it published, then search engines will be able to scan and list your pages. Be careful of personal data on these pages.

To protect your pages fully, you can password protect them on the share window.
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