Alright, so my prof wants a lab website (finally). She wants it to be easy to update, however, so I suggested something like Wordpress. The other thing she wants, however, is that it be hosted on her individual University of Toronto webspace. The problem here is that I don't believe the University gives us access to a control panel or mySQL options, etc. Right now I'm just uploading an install of WordPress to see if it even works. If it DOES work, then how do WordPress installs end up functioning? I created a test site on the WordPress site itself, but of course that's hosted there. If I install WordPress on a web server, then I don't have the ease of use and flexibility of having a WordPress account, am I right? As in, there's no dashboard that you can just use to edit the site from within a browser. Or can you have your WordPress install mirror a WordPress account, so you just update the site through WordPress.com? Barring all of that, is there a way I can just make the U of T website a huge frame that just links to http://xxxxxx.wordpress.com? Is that illegal in any way? And can I make it look as though it is in fact the page itself, and not just a frame? Pardon my stupid questions. I've never used WordPress before and any websites I've designed before I've done on my OWN and just used Dreamweaver MX to make a WYSIWYG site with bad coding and lots of tables/images. I don't know anything about PHP, mySQL, CSS, etc. But I'm the only in the lab who even begins to understand how any of this works. Help me out! Thanks!