After your web page or web site has been created, you must upload it to a web server and tell students and parents the URL so they can access it. Your school may have a web site where you could upload these web pages, or you can use your own web site.
To upload these web pages to your web site, you will need to use an FTP application. Fetch is an FTP application created by Dartmouth College for Mac OS X. They offer free licenses to educational users.
You can download Fetch from:
You can request a free educational license to use Fetch from:
Before using Fetch, you need to know the address to connect to (it is usually not the same as the address you use to access the web pages), your username, and your password.
When you start Fetch, you will see the new connection sheet:
Enter your hostname, username, and password. Click Connect. Fetch will connect to your FTP server using your username and password. You will see a list of files in your directory:
You should upload the entire folder that Gradekeeper created. Locate the folder Gradekeeper created and drag it into the directory listing (but not onto another folder). Fetch will upload the folder and all its contents to your web site.
You should always visit your grade web site using your web browser to make sure everything works properly. The address of your web folder should be something like:
You should not need to specify index.html when accessing your grades web site. If you do not specify it and you get a list of the contents of the folder instead of the login web page, you either did not upload the index.html web page, or your web server uses a different name for its default web page. You will need to rename index.html to the file name your web server uses.