Editing Personal Websites using an HTML Editor

An HTML editor is an "all-in-one" program that handles connecting to a remote server, editing your file and uploading your file to a remote server.

Operating System: Windows, Macintosh OS X  

Applies To: Students, faculty or staff  

Last Updated: December 19, 2017

General HTML Editor Settings

Using an HTML editor from off campus?

Run AnyConnect first.

  • Server Name: UBUnix
  • Connect Using: SFTP
  • SFTP Address/FTP Host: ubunix.buffalo.edu
  • Login/Username: your UBITName
  • Password: your UBITName password
  • Initial path/directory: public_html
  • Connection type: SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol)
  • Port: 22

Common Questions

Can I download Dreamweaver from UB or use it in Computing Sites?

No, Dreamweaver is not available from UB.

Where can I get free HTML editor software?

A Web search for “free HTML editor” will provide you with alternative programs that you may install directly on your computer.

Contact the UBIT Help Center

You may also send us an email, or use the UBIT Help Center Online (login required).

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