How to put files on the Web
A bare minimum Home Page
It is not as difficult as you might think to write your own pages and get them onto the CUED web. Each user of the Central System has a folder on http://www2.eng.cam.ac.uk. For user ABC123 it will be http://www2.eng.cam.ac.uk/~ABC123. This is available on the Central System as /www2home/ABC123. So if you create files in this folder and make them readable by all, they'll be visible on the web.
For example, if you create a file called /www2home/ABC123/cabbage, put some words into it, and make it readable to others (by right-clicking on it, and using the Properties menu, or typing "chmod a+r /www2home/$USER/cabbage") then anyone can view http://www2.eng.cam.ac.uk/~ABC123/cabbage. For further details, see How to create unofficial web pages.
It's a good idea to write a index.html file (a template index.html document is online) because this is the file that will be displayed if http://www2.eng.cam.ac.uk/~ABC123 without a filename is loaded into a browser.
Remember to put a contact name on all your documents. And please read the Worldwide Web Departmental Guidelines too.