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View Resource Serving Up Web-Friendly Animations: In a Flash

Interested in using Macromedia Flash, but need a little help in doing so? Check out Webreference.com's (discussed in the April 19, 1996 Scout Report) quick step-by-step tutorial by Amy Cowen for Flash beginners. This program (discussed in the April 11, 1997 Scout Report) allows for the creation of streaming, interactive, frame by frame animations with sound. The tutorial uses the example of a...

http://www.webreference.com/dev/flash/index.html
View Resource HTML 4.0 Specification

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released the HyperText Markup Language 4.0 specification as "a W3C recommendation. A W3C Recommendation indicates that a specification is stable, contributes to web interoperability, and has been reviewed by all W3C members, who are in favor of supporting its adoption by the industry." Also included is more information about the features of the...

http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/
View Resource W3C Recommendation: Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Specification

On April 7, 1998 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced the Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) specification as a W3C recommendation. MathML is a specification that is designed to aid in transmitting mathematical knowledge on the Internet. It is also "the first application of XML (Extensible Markup Language--discussed in the April 3, 1998 Scout Report) to be issued as a W3C...

http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-MathML/
View Resource Cascading Style Sheets Level 2: CSS2 Specification

In 1998 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) released the Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 specification as a W3C recommendation. Cascading style sheets help to improve layout control of HTML documents. CSS2 adds further to this control, including new positioning properties and dynamically downloadable fonts. It is also designed to interface with XML (Extensible Markup Language--discussed in the ...

http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/
View Resource AnyBrowser.com: Your Source for Browser Compatibility Verification

AnyBrowser allows users to test their sites using several free tools. Visitors can check the validity and compatibility of their HTML, check their links, see the site at various screen sizes, and create metatags. In addition, the site also offers directories of additional resources and free tools and information about site promotion.

http://www.anybrowser.com/
View Resource Usability.gov

This resource is designed to help those who create and maintain Websites ensure that those sites are usable and stable. The site was put together by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), originally for use by NCI staff, but the Institute decided to make the site publicly accessible since many principles of good design and usability are generally applicable to most Websites. The resources here span...

https://www.usability.gov/
View Resource CSShark Answers Frequently Asked Questions: The CSS Know-How Site

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is an Internet tool that separates the presentation from the structural markup of a Web site. CSS keeps the structure of a document lean and fast while controlling the appearance of its content. This product is not an adapted tool from print or programming; rather, it is a means of enhancing HTML. For users interested in learning more about this tool, this informative...

http://www.mako4css.com/
View Resource Movable Type Version 2.0

Movable Type has recently released version 2.0 (an upgrade from 1.4). Movable Type is a Web-based personal publishing system designed to ease the maintenance of regularly updated news or journal sites. Most importantly, this product runs on your own Web server, allowing complete control over your sites. Some of its many features include allowing the importation of entries and comments from other...

https://movabletype.org/
View Resource W3C: Cascading Style Sheets Homepage

In 1998 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) released the Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 specification as a W3C recommendation. Cascading style sheets help to improve layout control of HTML documents. CSS2 adds further to this control, including new positioning properties and dynamically downloadable fonts. It is also designed to interface with XML (Extensible Markup Language--discussed in the ...

http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/
View Resource ALA: A List Apart

A List Apart (ALA) is an online magazine that "explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on techniques and benefits of designing with web standards." Published on a very irregular basis (perhaps as new articles are contributed), ALA features between one and three articles per issue on topics ranging from usability to Cascading Style Sheets to Extensible...

https://alistapart.com/
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