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How to Set Up A Mission Web Site


LDS Mission Network was established to have one central source to find current mission Web sites. While most LDS Missions have Web sites, some have been abandoned and others need to be created. If you are trying to set up a new mission Web site, take over a current one, or trying to take over an abandoned site, please select the appropriate checklist below:



New Mission Website Checklist
Use this checklist if you are creating a NEW mission Web site for a newly formed mission.

Current Account Checklist
Use this checklist if you are taking over a CURRENT mission Web site.

Abandoned Site Checklist
Use this checklist if your mission Web site has been abandoned and you would like to begin maintaining it.

Transfer Site Checklist
Use this checklist if you are transferring a new, current, or an abandoned site to our servers (from your server/ISP to mission.net or ldsmissions.net).

Link Your Site to LDS Mission Network
Use this checklist if you are hosting your mission site on your own server, ISP, or free server and want to be added to our indices.



New Mission Website Checklist

If you are creating a NEW mission Web site for a newly formed mission or for a mission which has never yet had a website created:

Read, agree to, and follow LDS Mission Network's Webmaster Agreement Policy. The LDSMN will NOT host pages or link to sites which violate these standards.
Contact us to set up your account on the mission.net/ldsmissions.net server with SSH access, and also to get a user name and password to access webmaster resources and update your profile.
Get set up with an automated Alumni Database (We can provide a complete php "Site-in-a-Box" or a stand-alone CGI database--"RM Database").
As an approved LDS Mission Network site, place the official LDSMN button on your site. This lets visitors know you comply with the LDSMN standards policies and are a credible source for your mission info.


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Current Account Checklist

If your mission Web site has already been created and you are simply taking over maintenance:

Read, agree to, and follow LDS Mission Network's Webmaster Agreement Policy. The LDSMN will NOT host pages or link to sites which violate these standards.
Contact us to set up your account on the mission.net/ldsmissions.net server with SSH access, and also to get a user name and password to access webmaster resources and update your profile.
Make sure your profile is up-to-date in our database.
As an approved LDS Mission Network site, place the official LDSMN button on your site. This lets visitors know you comply with the LDSMN standards policies and are a credible source for your mission info.


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Abandoned Site Checklist

If your mission Web site has been abandoned and you would like to begin maintaining:

Find out about the current Webmaster by checking the Mission Index. Let them know of your interest in helping maintain your mission site

If you have difficulty contacting the Webmaster, contact support@mission.net.

Read, agree to, and follow LDS Mission Network's Webmaster Agreement Policy. The LDSMN will NOT host pages or link to sites which violate these standards.
Contact us to set up your account on the mission.net/ldsmissions.net server with SSH access, and also to get a user name and password to access webmaster resources and update your profile.
As an approved LDS Mission Network site, place the official LDSMN button on your site. This lets visitors know you comply with the LDSMN standards policies and are a credible source for your mission info.


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Transfer Site Checklist

If you are a transferring a new, current, or an abandoned site to be hosted on our servers:

Read, agree to, and follow LDS Mission Network's Webmaster Agreement Policy. The LDSMN will NOT host pages which violate these standards.
Contact us to set up your account on the mission.net/ldsmissions.net server with SSH access, and also to get a user name and password to access webmaster resources and update your profile.
As an approved LDS Mission Network site, place the official LDSMN button on your site. This lets visitors know you comply with the LDSMN standards policies and are a credible source for your mission info.


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Linking Your Site to the LDSMN Checklist

If you are hosting your mission site on your own server, ISP, or free server and want to be added to our indices:

Read, agree to, and follow LDS Mission Network's Webmaster Agreement Policy. The LDSMN will NOT link to pages which violate these standards.
Submit your URL and info (all fields are required):

Mission Page URL
Mission Name
Your Name
Your E-mail

Once your site has been approved and added to our index, you will be provided with a user name and password to access webmaster resources and update your profile.
If you are an approved LDS Mission Network site, place the official LDSMN button on your site. This lets visitors know you comply with the LDSMN standards policies and are a credible source for your mission info.


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