Leading Browsers: (Now free, progressive),
Australians could try downloading from an
Australian website TUCOWS. Animated
Netscape button by courtesy of AddURL. This Website
Best Viewed With ANY Browser
Net-On`s Banner Exchange - Business Advertising - some Multilingual
Have you tried the $US 35 but only ONE MEGABYTE OPERA!©
It's at http://www.operasoftware.com
If you are considering a Mosaic Browser, perhaps you should read
or go to the MOSAIC
Also at EeeekNET! ONLINE INTERACTIVE MAGAZINE
If you're using a browser that supports
MIDI, click here for
Made with PAINT SHOP
PRO which I had loaded off a CD from PC Magazine, U.K.
altering a ready-made gif from Banner Help Page by IVIS (sorry, lost the URL). Later on I started
using GRAPHIC WORKSHOP from
TO SEARCH the World Wide Web,
why not try AltaVista© Search Engine?
7 LANGAGES 7 SPRACHE 7 LINGUAGGI 7 LÍNGUAS 7 LENGUAJES 7 LANGUAGES 7 LINGVOJ
AltaVista traduira gratuitement AltaVista übersetzt kostenlos AltaVista tradurrà gratis AltaVista traduzirá livre da carga
AltaVista traducirá gratuitamente AltaVista will translate free of charge AltaVista tradukos senkoste
AltaVista * Excite * Infoseek * Lycos * Thunderstone * Webcrawler * Yahoo!
or use these Australian Search Engines WEB WOMBAT©,
and MATILDA©, whose promotional logo and access codes are
for use on your own pages at:
or try the ideas of LEN ACHESON of Australia,
or for special needs, try one of these collections,
Edith Cowan University©
Do your WEBPAGES WORK? -- with most Browsers, or only your own?
Is your HTML and other work able to operate on both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer? Is it
compatible with the latest official HTML standard, and/or will it work with nearly any Browser, including Opera! and Mosaic?
If you want it checked, AND check if your LINKS work, click
NetMechanic. The HTML answers
will be e-mailed to you later, and in the Links separate check (pick "Foreground") the checking goes on the
browser screen. (Yet another reason to install at least two Browsers.) It is best to do one page at a time,
unless you are nearly perfect! And if you want to see other such Tools, look on
TUCOWS HTML VALIDATORS.
Check with NetMechanic
or try Web Site Garage:
IS IT FAIR TO THE DISABLED or the disadvantaged if they see a sign on a Webpage "Best viewed with
Browser X," AND find that some of the Page's features don't work on the Browser they use? Aren't you annoyed
if it happens to you? Then perhaps you would like to read about the
Campaign for a Non-Browser Specific WWW, and
put one of its Buttons on your Website. And get hints on how to make your Pages interesting but viewable
on nearly any Browser. The Campaign is MULTILINGUAL, too.
Guidelines issued by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunities
Commission stress that creating Websites that don't offer alternative access for disabled users may
be a breach of the Equal Opportunity and Discrimination Act, according to
Australian Personal Computer Magazine, January 1998,
pp 13-14. The HREOC guidelines, which is quite detailed about wanting TEXT lines to explain some GRAPHICS,
are at their WWW Access section. So, if you
want your Webpages to be super user-friendly, try some of the links suggested here.
HTML, what is it?
HTML, or Hyper Text Markup Language, is a mystery to most of us. To increase your mystification,
as well as gaining some knowledge, Boomark the
HTML 3.2 REFERENCE SPECIFICATION
on the official "W3C" Committee's Website. If you print it on A4, you will need 44 pages. And,
you can get AHEAD of the rest of us by finding the planned future version, HTML 4.0.
WEBPAGE EDITOR for HTML
WebMania! 2.0a is HERE!!
WebMania! is a full-featured HTML editor which
includes unparalleled support for Frames, Forms, and Client-Side Image Maps! It also includes
60 user-programmable toolbar buttons, which allow you to add new HTML tags as you learn them, and/or as HTML
standards evolve. For this reason alone, WebMania! will NEVER become obsolete! ***New for
version 2.0 -- SpellChecker, generate CGI forms and Perl scripts, as well as mailto forms, open and
edit multiple documents!! Much, much more!***. Find out more about
Want a FREE WEBPAGE?
If you want a FREE Webpage, try Webspawner at
Geocities at: http://www.geocities.com/
Wish to make BETTER WEBPAGES?
If so, click GREG HOLMES' PAGE
ZIPPING and UNZIPPING a problem?
If so, look at WALLALBY zipper and unzipper at http://www.wallaby95.com/ .
This tip came from DAVID BROOKS, former Editor of the GUARDIAN, which used to give online news
of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia, and included wry world news comments
in the "Wags' Corner."
CAN PEOPLE FIND YOU?
Can people find your website, using say five keywords that you think might be used by people looking on
Search Engines for your kind of message or product? A tip from the
Link Exchange Digest No. 113 from Kim Mahan of
ESI PRODUCTIONS led me to
POSITION AGENT, and from the same Digest
RUTH RAINEY led me to
RANK THIS! which does the same job in a different way.
Like to COUNT VISITS to your WEBSITE?
Finally, your web counter, LinkExchange FastCounter ©,
In addition to displaying the number of visits to your Website, you can also get your stats delivered weekly to
your front doorstep (via e-mail, of course). The cost? Free to LinkExchange members, except that
LinkExchange© asks that you provide a link back to
the FastCounter© site somewhere on your site, and for you to tell two of your friends about the
FastCounter service. (Or at least tell your dog, or your cat, or your fish!). We've put FastCounter© on
our Diary Webpage, because we have a PAGE Counter on our
Homepage free (to Multiline members) from
Multiline Internet Server
Tell your friends about FastCounter! And remember to link
Getting STALE MATERIAL? Slowdowns?
If so, your CACHE might be full. By reading LinkExchange Digest # 182 I got
some tips on how to keep our Cache cleared, and clicked
Do you think MY COLOURS are poor?
Well, try some of the Automatic Colour Selectors on the WWW, such as:
To get code for the 216 Colours that are said to work on new Browsers, try:
THE 6x6x6 COLOR CUBE at
For the standard 16 colours on (the old) 16-colour display equipment, I got the list from the AOL Press webpage maker, and
the codes from the book The Project Cool Guide to HTML by
Teresa Martin and Glenn Davis, which has nearly two pages of colour suggestions. Here are the standard
16 colours :
Aqua #00FFFF Aqua #00FFFF,
Black #000000 Black #000000,
Blue #0000FF Blue #0000FF,
Fuchsia #FF00FF Fuchsia #FF00FF,
Grey/Gray #808080 Grey/Gray #808080,
Green #008000 Green #008000,
Lime #00FF00 Lime #00FF00,
Maroon #800000 Maroon #800000,
Navy #000080 Navy #000080,
Olive #808000 Olive #808000,
Purple #800080 Purple #800080,
Red #FF0000 Red #FF0000,
Silver #C0C0C0 Silver #C0C0C0,
Teal #008080 Teal #008080,
White #FFFFFF White #FFFFFF,
Yellow #FFFF00 Yellow #FFFF00
Other colour helpers include: Colour Selector by LINDSAY MARSHALL, or
HYPE's Color Specifier by
HYPE ELECTRAZINE, or
ColorMaker by SAM CHOUKRI.
Some of the page colours on this Website are by courtesy of DOUGLAS R. JACOBSON. For his
helpful colour coding aid, e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a MULTILINE Internet Server client,
If you would like to play a wholesome Word Power© game, you would need to download the latest
version of Netscape©, although they are still working to optimize Word Power© for the Internet
Explorer© 3.0 and America Online© 3.0 browsers. You might need to download a later version
of Shockwave©. The
Reader's Digest© says that its Shockwave
game gives you word play like never before. Click, or find it through:
WWW CENSORSHIP opposition
Click here for information about
Global Internet Liberty Campaign
FREE SPEECH Online Blue Ribbon
Electronic Frontiers Australia
Click PETITION to Australian Federal Parliament
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