How to Make a Troop or Service Unit Web Page
Want to make your own Web Pages but don't know where to start?
Please review GSUSA's Safety Pledge.
Web Tutorials (How to learn about making Web Pages)
Website Building for Kids - ebizwebpages.com
Kids Karnival - HTML learning site for kids
Free Web Hosting
Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital is happy and eager to have your pages linked to us! So please submit them!
Our Council does not host Troop or Service Unit web pages, however we do link Troop Pages to the Troop Pages section and Service Units are linked under our Association Pages (See example here). Troops are encouraged to build WebPages on their own perhaps as a project.
As far as web hosting goes, you may want to check your own ISP like (AOL, Comcast, Verizon, etc.) to see if your account includes existing web space, if it does you may want to use that, or there are many free webhosting places out there for your wb pages if you do not already have a place.
Some suggestions of sites for free web hosting:
Free email can be obtained at many places. Below are a few suggestions.
And for those who wish to explore the internet for free and have a modem but no ISP try:
(you can download the program and set it up on any machine that has a modem).
Or check out a directory of free ISPs.
After you have set up your website, email the URL to our on-line specialist for approval and we will be happy to link it to our site. You can do this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Safety and the Internet
Below are a few links that you may want to check out to help you with safety on the Internet.
Basic Guidelines for Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital Web Pages
Basic Guidelines for Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital Web Pages that are linked to our site are as follows:
Is your troop or service unit page up-to-date or out of date? Please email the webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org about the page in question. If you have a new troop page at another location, please email the email@example.com the new URL. Thanks for your cooperation.
The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital can not be responsible for other search engines and the results given. Be aware that there are sites that have contents of a mature nature that a parent or guardian may not feel is suitable for their children. There are tools on the web and in stores to help censor such Internet activity (links) from being displayed on Personal Computers.
Sites such as the following will give information on how to access these tools:
The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital does not endorse any product that may be advertised on the above outside links.