CARNET public server is a computer system through which a greater number of individuals, employed in different institutions, i.e. employees in institutions outside the Ministry of Science and Education system, for personal, non-commercial purposes, use the online services, CARNET network information services, and other resources available through electronic identity in the AAI@EduHr system.
Available services for natural persons:
- AAI@EduHR – electronic identity
- e-mail – electronic address and space
There are also numerous guest information services on the Public Server that contribute to the improvement of the information space of the Republic of Croatia. Such services are non-commercial, and are open to the needs of organisations, institutions, projects or other interest groups.
Available services for legal entities:
- CMS – web space in a unified system for all users (WordPress)
- E-mail aliases – defining an e-mail alias for users
- DNS – defining domains through the system
How to Become a User
A Public Server user can become anyone by registering on the Public Server website. Upon completion of the registration process, the request is sent to the competent service.
The request submitted on a working day will be processed within a maximum of 24 hours and at weekends within 48 hours. Within this period, the user shall be notified to the selected contact on the registration, rejection or on incomplete information.
Questions and Answers
Connect to any CARNET individual internet access service and enter your AAI user account (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) and the corresponding password.
Form tag: email@example.com is used to connect to the internet via CARNET’s Internet access services and the use of other AAI@EduHr services.
Form tag: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ime.Prezime@public.carnet.hr is the name of an e-mail that is generated when opening an account for a natural person.
The password for both tags is the same.
AAI@EduHr is a system whereby users of CARNET public server access services outside the server itself – see a list of the various network services accessed through AAI@EduHr.
Access your personal record via web interface and click “Change Password” and follow the instructions.
The user account is valid for one year, after which it should be extended through the administration portal.
CARNET offers webmail service for all AAI@EduHr users.
On the homepage (https://webmail.carnet.hr/) you log in with a full user ID, as well as for the internet access (e.g. Pero Perić would write email@example.com). At the first use you will get additional page with a selection of servers. Here, under the user name you enter a short form (e.g. pperic, without domain), and as a server select “CARNET – public computer”.
Maintaining and editing WordPress pages for administrators on CARNET Public Server is performed via the interface available at:
where “” is a part of the address – name obtained when registering a guest information service.
For example, for the imaginative CARNET association that has an open guest information service at http://pubweb.carnet.hr/carnet with domain carnet.hr
the page administration is performed via the link: https://pubweb.carnet.hr/carnet/wp-login.php
Contact forms are added to the WordPress administration under the “Contact” menu, by clicking the “Add New” button. You can name the form by clicking on the form title, for example “Unnamed”, and enter the desired name, for example “contact”. In addition to the usual tag name, subject, and e-mail, you must also use Google reCAPTCHA element to prevent spam. You can find more about integration on the add-on pages..
Multilingual plugin can be requested by sending a request to CARNET helpdesk at number +385 1 6661 555 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
After processing the required request, you need to choose Settings -> Languages in the WordPress administration and add a new language.
From March 15th, 2015 WordPress comments are replaced by Facebook comments.
To enable your own Facebook comments, you need to login to WordPress administration, choose Settings -> Facebook Comments and create APP ID by clicking on “Create an App to handle your comments”. After entering the Facebook App ID, to enable comments on posts, you need to tick (turn on) the “Singular Posts” option, i.e. on the “Pages” page.
If you do not want Facebook comments on individual posts/pages, check “DISABLE Facebook Comments” at the bottom of the post/page editing.
One of the ways to set up a Google folder with the desired location on your site is through the WordPress iframe plugin.
Once you find the desired location on the Google Maps page, in the lower right corner, select the wheel icon option “Share or embed maps” and copy the link from the “Embed map” to the quotation marks starting with “https”.
This link needs to be set up in WordPress as a post or iframe add-on page, for example:[iframe src=”https://www.google.com/maps/embed?pb=!1m14!1m8!1m3!1d2781.9433323652675!2
Due to limited resources, the maximum resolution of the uploaded image that can be set is 2048 x 2048 px. Images that exceed this ratio shall be automatically decreased (respecting the width-to-height ratio). Thus, for example, the image size of 3456 x 500 after upload shall be 2048 × 296.
To publish multimedia content, we recommend using external services, such as some from this list.