Manila is an Internet server application that allows individuals or working groups to manage full-featured, high performance Web sites that include options such as memberships and discussion groups, through an easy-to-use browser interface. It allows you to build, maintain and publish a web site through a password protected browser interface, accessible on a 24/7 almost anyplace basis.
The Manila tool is available for faculty and staff to create web sites for clubs and organizations, special projects and working groups, or faculty/class sites.
Official MCC department Web sites are not created using Manila. If you are involved in the creation or maintenance of a department web site, contact the MCC Web team through the webmaster email firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss gaining access to the development web server, and the tools you will need for working with those pages.
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One way to get started with Manila, is to take a class. Track N: World Wide Web page Development with Manila, in the ETS technical training schedule is a niche session for single users or groups that will give you the skills needed to quickly get started with a Manila Web site. To arrange a individual or group niche training session, contact Carol Burritt.