Your personal website space is created for you when your UBfs space is created. Your UBfs space is created when your account is created.
UB students, faculty and staff are able to turn on/off their personal Website.
By default, your personal website is not visible to the public until you turn it on.
Once activated, your Web site will be available at two Web addresses (replace UBITName with your UBITName):
You will see a placeholder page until you add your own content. There are three ways to create or update a Web page in your personal file space at UB.
No, server-side scripting languages cannot be run on personal websites at UB.
No, UB resources may not be used for private commercial gain. For details, see the Computing and Network Use policy.
You are likely over quota. Because the system needs to modify permissions on the file to either world readable or not readable, you need to have some free quota space to activate or deactivate your site.