Stand Alone Website Connection Information


TigerWeb is a simple HTML-based site that allows the use of any web publishing application and is primarily for personal use. TigerWeb is available for students, faculty and staff and can be requested by logging into

Activating your Tigerweb site

  1. Using your preferred web browser, navigate to and select the Go To TigerWeb Portal button.

  2. Sign in with your TU NetID and password, then select Login.

  3. Select Activate Website.

  4. Your website is now active. Select File Upload, File Share or Terminal Access to review the options for accessing your website content.

    • Note: The Reset Permissions button can be used in troubleshooting permissions with your site.

Connecting to TigerWeb

Connecting to TigerWeb Using Dreamweaver

  1. Launch Dreamweaver.

  2. From the Site menu, select Manage Sites. The Manage Sites window will appear.

  3. In the Manage Sites window select New Site. The Site Setup window will appear.

  4. In the Site Name box, give your site a meaningful name.

  5. In the Local Site Folder section, browse to and select a local folder to house your offline copy

  6. Select the Servers menu option in the left panel.

  7. Select the + sign to add a new server. The Servers menu will appear.

  8. In the Server Name box, give the server a meaningful name.

  9. Besides Connect using, select SFTP.

  10. In the SFTP Address box, type

  11. In the Authentication section, select the Username and Password radio button.

  12. Enter your TU NetID and password in the appropriate fields and select the Save Password check box.

  13. Type your TigerWeb URL in the Web URL box and select Save.

  14. Select Save in the Site Setup window.

  15. You will be returned to the Manage Sites window. Select Done to exit.

Connecting to TigerWeb Using Microsoft Expression Web

  1. Launch Microsoft Expression Web.

  2. From the Site Menu, select Open Site

  3. In the Open Site window, type s in the Location box. 

  4. Place a checkmark in the Add to the managed list box.

  5. In the Name box, give the connection a meaningful name.

  6. Select the Open button.

  7. In the Remote Site Editing Options window, choose the Edit live site now option, then select ok.

  8. A connection window will appear requesting your username and password. Enter your NetID and password in the appropriate fields, select the Remember my password option and select the OK button. Your site is now ready to be edited in Expression Web.




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