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comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html FAQ --

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/www/authoring-faq (At MIT)

Welcome to comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets, this is our newsgroup FAQ v1.91

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/www/stylesheets-faq (At MIT)

** FAQ: How To Announce Your New Web Site (Other Places) **

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/www/webannounce-faq (At MIT)

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MTIV: Process, Inspiration and Practice for the New Media Designer
[Hillman Curtis; 2002-05-30] ISBN 0735711658
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation
[Owen Briggs, et al; 2002-05] ISBN 1904151043
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Designing Web Sites That Sell
[Shayne Bowman, Chris Willis; 2002-04-25] ISBN 0201793040
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Constructing Accessible Web Sites
[Jim Thatcher, et al; 2002-04] ISBN 1904151000
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Becoming a Web Designer : Skilled in the Ancient Art of Llama Herding
[Aaron Wester; 2002-04] ISBN 0595215912
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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Creating Web Pages
[Todd Stauffer; 2002-03-27] ISBN 0789727323
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Constructing Usable Web Menus
[Andy Beaumont, et al; 2002-03] ISBN 1904151027
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Creating Web Pages for Dummies (6th Edition)
[Arthur Bebak, et al; 2002-03] ISBN 0764516434
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Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites, Second Edition
[Patrick J. Lynch, Sarah Horton; 2002-03] ISBN 0300088981
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Content Management for Dynamic Web Delivery
[Joann T. Hackos; 2002-02-28] ISBN 0471085863
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Web Usability and Navigation: A Beginner's Guide
[Merlyn Holmes; 2002-01-23] ISBN 0072192615
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Shaping Web Usability: Interaction Design in Context
[Albert N. Badre; 2002-01-23] ISBN 0201729938
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HTML & Web Design Tips & Techniques
[Kris A. Jamsa, et al; 2002-01-23] ISBN 0072193948
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The Web Content Style Guide: An Essential Reference for Online Writers, Editors and Managers
[Gerry McGovern, et al; 2002-01-22] ISBN 0273656058
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Discovering Sitespring: A Practical Guide to Web Site Project Management
[Monique Daley, et al; 2002-01-15] ISBN 0764549111
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Sams Teach Yourself HTML and XHTML in 10 Minutes (3rd Edition)
[Deidre Hayes; 2002-01-15] ISBN 0672322544
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Advanced Web Sites Made Easy
[D. M. Silverberg; 2002-01-15] ISBN 1930082177
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Hot Text: Web Writing that Works
[Jonathan Price, Lisa Price; 2002-01-11] ISBN 0735711518
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Back to the User: Creating User-Focused Websites
[Tammy Sachs, Gary McClain; 2002-01-09] ISBN 0735711186
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Usage-Centered Engineering for Web Applications ( Larry L. Constantine, Lucy A.D. Lockwood ; IEEE Software Magazine 2002-03)

- This article presents a lightweight form of usage-centered design. Fully compatible with both traditional object-oriented software engineering methods and newer agile techniques such as Extreme Programming, this approach has proved particularly effective in designing highly usable Web-based applications. It employs rapid, card-based techniques to develop simplified models of user roles, tasks, and user interface contents. This process attempts to resolve the conflict between the demands of rapid iterative design and incremental development on the one hand and the needs for integrity in a user interface fitted to the full set of user tasks on the other. The resolution depends on creating a navigation architecture and a visual and interaction design scheme based on quick but comprehensive task modeling. The authors illustrate the process with experiences from the design of a Web-deployed application for classroom teachers.

Ten Deadly Risks in Internet and Intranet Software Development ( Donald Reifer ; IEEE Software Magazine 2002-03)

Visual Basic and the Future of Web-Application Development ( David Clark ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-08)

Using Card Sorts to Elicit Web Page Quality Attributes ( Linda Upchurch, Gordon Rugg, Barbara Kitchenham ; IEEE Software Magazine 2001-07)

- The Internet's rapid expansion has given rise to a new set of problems that require new ways to measure and evaluate Web pages. Although numerous guidelines for Web site design have been published, no recognized standards have been set for assessing Web page quality. Card sorts are a good way to obtain quality attributes and measures from respondents without measurement expertise.

Persistence of Web References in Scientific Research ( Steve Lawrence, David M. Pennock, Gary William Flake, Robert Krovetz, Frans M. Coetzee, Eric Glover, Finn Årup Nielsen, Andries Kruger, C. Lee Giles ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-02)

- The lack of persistence of Web references has called into question the increasingly common practice of citing URLs in scientific papers. Although few critical resources have been lost to date, new strategies to manage Internet resources and improved citation practices are necessary to minimize the future loss of information.

Designing User-Centered Web Applications in Web Time ( Molly Hammar Cloyd ; IEEE Software Magazine 2001-01)

- As designers struggle to develop Web applications "in Web time," they are under the added pressure of delivering usability. This author describes her company's successful transformation to user-driven processes for designing e-commerce applications. She also offers strategies for introducing human factors methods into a reluctant development organization.

New Laws and Technologies Morph Web Page Best Practices ( Jim Isaak ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2000-010)

Hypertext: The Next Maintenance Mountain ( Pearl Brereton, David Budgen, Geoff Hamilton ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1998-12)

- Hypertext documents are quickly becoming large, complex, and unwieldy. Can lessons learned from software maintenance be applied to the problem?

Guest Editor's Introduction: Migrating Software to the World Wide Web ( Ellis Horowitz ; IEEE Software Magazine 1998-05)

- We are often faced these days with having to port an existing application to our company's Web-based intranet. This special focus section deals with some of the problems software developers have faced, and how they have solved them, when porting legacy software to the Web.

Designers: The Browser War Casualties ( Barry Phillips ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1998-010)

Is It Too Late to Put the User Back into HTML? ( Ken Magel ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1997-12)

Java and Beyond: Executable Content ( Kankanahalli Srinivas, V. "Juggy" Jagannathan, Y.V. Ramana Reddy, Raghu Karinthi ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1997-06)

- The powerful idea behind dynamic information has received a huge push from the introduction of Java and the spread of the World Wide Web.

Web Publishing: No HTML Expertise Needed ( Ronald J. Vetter ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1997-03)

Web Portable Applications Study Group ( Charles Severance ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1996-09)

Web publishing: Speed changes everything ( Steve Hitchcock ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1996-08)

A call for standards for portable Web applications ( Jim Isaak ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1996-06)

WWW: Past, Present, and Future ( Tim Berners-Lee ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1996-010)

- The Web marks the end of frustrating incompatibility between computers. Maintaining the interoperability is a continuous, global task.

Using Paper Prototypes In Home-page Design ( Jakob Nielsen ; IEEE Software Magazine 1995-07)

- My column for May 1995 discussed how we redesigned the Sun home page after observing users interacting with the Web sites of several companies, including our own. One change we made shows the benefits of this type of testing: We discovered early on that users didn’t recognize the “What’s New at Sun” button as a link, and (because it was easy to do) we redesigned the button immediately. Our log data for the two months following the change shows that use of the “What’s New at Sun” button increased by 416 percent — ample proof that even small interface changes can lead to dramatic changes in user behavior! In this issue, the theme of home-page redesign continues with a look at the value of low-fidelity prototyping. — Jakob Nielsen

A HOME-PAGE OVERHAUL USING OTHER WEB SITES ( Jakob Nielsen ; IEEE Software Magazine 1995-05)

Questions and Answers: Showing

Making an Independent Web Site? [2002/04/27]

At Ask Slashdot

What Makes a Good Web Design? [2002/02/26]

At Ask Slashdot

Advice for Websites Combating Net.Obscurity? [2001/11/30]

At Ask Slashdot

Legal Verification of Web Pages? [2001/10/09]

At Ask Slashdot

"Defacing" Sites Without Intruding? [2001/06/28]

At Ask Slashdot

On Handling Web Site Legalities? [ 2000/09/20]

At Ask Slashdot

Developing "Nth-Tier" Web Applications For Unix? [ 2000/09/20]

At Ask Slashdot

Improving Web Design Without Losing Accessibility? [ 2000/09/18]

At Ask Slashdot

First Thoughts On WebML? [ 2000/08/17]

At Ask Slashdot

The Sponsorpool - An Alternative To Banner Ads? [ 2000/08/15]

At Ask Slashdot

Corporate Websites and the Lack of Accessibility [ 2000/02/07]

At Ask Slashdot

HTML: To Frame or not to Frame [ 1999/11/22]

At Ask Slashdot

Dynamic Text Graphics w/ Apache? [ 1999/07/30]

At Ask Slashdot

Live Update Web Pages on Linux? [ 1999/05/07]

At Ask Slashdot

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Public Bookmark Generator (PBM) - PBM is a small Perl script that helps you make your bookmarks available for public distribution by using the description field of your Netscape bookmarks. {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

XForm - XForm - a Java/XML tool for building self-validating web forms. A live demo and inital release is available at the project homepage: http://xform.nanoworks.org {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

quanta-2.0p1 - GUI HTML editor that bears resemblence to kdevelop

At FreeBSD Ports
quanta-2.0pr1 - HTML editor suitable for experienced web developers (At NetBSD packages collection)

py-HyperText-1.0.1 - Lightweight HTML/XHTML generator for Python

At FreeBSD Ports

chtml-0.0 - Chunked HTML templating engine

At FreeBSD Ports

peacock-0.4 - A GUI-based HTML Editor for GTK+/GNOME

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-HTML-Mason-1.04 - High-performance, dynamic web site authoring system

At FreeBSD Ports
p5-HTML-Mason-1.03 - Perl-based web site development and delivery system (At NetBSD packages collection)

erwn-0.3.1 - Simple (at the moment) html editor based on GTK+

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-tmpl-0.2.3 - An online/offline templating system a la eRuby/ERb

At FreeBSD Ports

tdtd.el-0.7.1 - An emacs major mode for editing SGML and XML DTDs

At FreeBSD Ports

bluefish-0.7 - HTML editor designed for the experienced web designer

At FreeBSD Ports
bluefish-0.4.tgz - HTML editor for experienced web designers (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
bluefish-0.4.tgz - HTML editor for experienced web designers (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)
bluefish-0.6 - GTK HTML editor for the experienced web designer (At NetBSD packages collection)

css-mode-elisp-0.11 - A CSS(Cascade Style Sheet) editing mode for Emacsen

At FreeBSD Ports

htmlobject-1.09 - HTML Document Object

At FreeBSD Ports

ashe-1.3 - A simple HTML editor

At FreeBSD Ports

IMapTool - Tool for creating clientside imagemaps {GPL}


WebTheme - Web Theme Library {GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

GIMP Imagemap plug-in - GIMP plug-in for creation of clickable imagemaps. {GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

asWedit - HTML editor with colors for html tags {x,GPL}

asWedit-4.0.1 - An easy to use HTML and text editor (At FreeBSD Ports)
asWedit-4.0.1 - Motif HTML and text editor (At NetBSD packages collection)
(Info at freshmeat)

Config tools for HTML PLAIN - GUI editor for templates for HTML PLAIN {GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

eTrust Content Inspection CVP Edition (100 Users Version 2.5)

eTrust Content Inspection Edition (25 Users Version 2.5)

eTrust Content Inspection Edition (100 Users Version 2.5)

eTrust Content Inspection

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Libraries and Components: Showing

py-HTMLgen-2.2.2 - A Python library for the generation of HTML documents

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-HTML-Template-Expr-0.03 - Perl module to use HTML Templates which allows expressions

At FreeBSD Ports

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WWW Servers - Respond to HTTP requests

WWW robots and proxies - Automatic processing of HTTP requests

WWW Browsers - User interface for accessing the WWW

Up to: World Wide Web - HTTP, HTML, standards, browsers, transfer utilities, servers, et al.

See also: Text Editors and Word Processors

Web Logs - Web-based discussion forums

XML - eXtensible Markup Language

SGML - Standard Generalized Markup Language

Markup Languages - data representations using inlined tags

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Www - - WEB utilities (browers, HTTP servers, etc).

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