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Welcome to my generic home page. I have not found the time to
modify my page yet.
In the meantime, here are some links to resources you may find useful:
MartNet's Resources on Web Site Design and Creation:
Up your MartNet Home Page (the basics)
(pick one and steal the code to easily set up your personal page -
just fill in the blanks!)
Features Available on MartNet (How to set up and use RealAudio,
RealVideo, Internet Wave, MP3, etc. on your MartNet Home Page)
Stats, counters, forms, and other default CGI stuff at MartNet
your own CGI's on MartNet
Hotlist (the Admin's favorite sites)
- MartNet Support
(general information about connecting to MartNet, FAQ's, etc.)
- MartNet FTP
Archives (download shareware and freeware applications, graphics,
templates, and more!)
- Exploring the new world of WWW, HTML, and
Lynx. These links help explain the basic technologies that make
up the World Wide Web:
- Searching the Web - Here's a list
of search engines to help you quickly find what you're looking for out
on the Web:
- Alta Vista The largest
Web index. Access to all 10 billion words found in over 21 million Web
- Yahoo Breaks down the web into
- Excite More than 1.5M Webdocuments,
Usenet, classifieds and reviews.
- Infoseek Powerful search
engine with cool sites.
- Lycos "The best engine for
serious research" - NetGuide Magazine. More than 10 million Webdocuments!
- Open Text Millions of Web pages
and billions of words fully indexed.
- Spider's Web A
gateway to the Web, as well as FTP and Gopher sites. Massive guide to the
- The Whole Intenet Catalog
WebCrawler, Yahoo, best of the Net and business pages.
- The World Yellow Pages Network Yellow
Pages around the world available for searching.
- The X-500 Catalog Looking for
someone? Check out this catalog of the world.
- CNET (Software Archives)
- Tucows (Software Archives)
- Here are some places to go to learn about web
page design and html coding. These are all places that people
have found useful, although they may endorse different design philosophies.
- this site has good basic tutorials on writing HTML code and on web
page design. You can also hook up with a lot of people who do this and
get good advice.
- W3C provides and details the standards which html code should abide
- David Siegel approaches web design from a graphic arts and publishing
layout point of view. He calls this "3rd generation web design,"
and has created some amazing looking web pages.
- "Ya shure, I can design great pages, but my graphics look like
they are being viewed through a sandblasted funhouse mirror." Laurie
McCanna provides invaluable tips on graphics and graphics programs.
- Yahoo has a large listing of internet tools and accessories, from html
converters and editors to web browsers for all sorts of different platforms.
- Online Magazines - The focus of
these magazines is Using and Developing for the World Wide Web. They are
all a good source of up-to-date information, tips and design tricks for
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