Developing WWW documents and sites

Bibliography, recommended reading, for one chapter of the courses by Paul Nieuwenhuysen

 

 

How to Create a Website: Guiding Principles
New Delhi: UNESCO New Delhi. 2005. 239 p. ISBN 81-89218-11-5 Available from: http://www2.unescobkk.org/elib/publications/2005Website/index.htm

Chapter One: Planning Your Website

Chapter Two: Webpage Design and Development

Chapter Three: Advertising and Promoting Your Site

Chapter Four: Assessment and Evaluation

 

Adams, Joyce

Tips and tools for beginning Web authors.
Online, March/April 1998, pp. 66-72.

 

Alexander, Janet E., and Tate, Marsha Ann

Web wisdom. How to evaluate and create information quality on the web.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, New Jersey, 1999

11. Creating effective web pages and sites

 

Bao, Xue-Ming

Academic library home pages: link location and database provision.
The Journal of Academic Librarianship, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 191-195.

 

Barron, Ann, and Lyskawa, Chet

Microsoft FrontPage 98. Illustrated standard edition.
Cambridge, MA : Course Technology, 1998.

Getting started with FrontPage 98

Working with Web pages

Enhancing Web pages

 

Batley, Sue

Information architecture for information professionals.
Chandos Publishing, 2007, 212 pp.

5. Interface and display design.

 

Bell, Steven J.

Mounting presentations on the Web. (Presentation software, HTML or both?)
Online, September/October 1998, pp. 62-70.

 

Bickner, Carrie

Why web standards matter.
NetConnect, Summer 2000, included in Library Journal, pp.26-28.

 

Biddiscobe, Richard, Knowles, Kevin, Upton, Ian, and Wilson, Karen

Developing a web library guide for an academic library: problems, solutions and future possibilities.
Program, Vol. 31, No. 1, January 1997, pp. 59-73.

 

Black, Roger (with Sean Elder)

Web sites that work.
San Jose, California : Adobe Press, 1997, 240 pp.

Rules that work                                   (A design primer)

What not to do on the Web                  (An online primer)

Classic design                                       (Paying attention to history)

Where am I                                           (The importance of navigation)

 

Bos, Bert

CSS tutorial starting with HTML + CSS. [online]
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Bradley, Phil

Creating web pages for information services. [online]
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Breeding, Marshall

Spam wars: the battle of the formbots.
Computers in Libraries, January 2007, pp. 32-34.

 

Bride, Mac

Teach yourself the Internet. (Third edition.)
London : Hodder & Stoughton, 1998, 213 pp.

12. Using HTML

 

Brinkley, Monica

The library Web site in 1999: a virtual trip to the library.
In: Internet Librarian & Libtech International 99. The International Internet Conference and exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers. London, UK, 29-31 March 1999. Proceedings. Medford, New Jersey : Information Today, 1999, 144 pp. pp. 8-15.

 

Buyens, Jim

Running Microsoft FrontPage 2000.
Redmond, Washington : Microsoft Press, 1999, 836 pp.

1. The FrontPage approach to creating web pages

2. The FrontPage approach to organizing web sites

3. Planning an organizing a FrontPage web

4. Getting started with web pages

5. Adding and formatting text

6. Incorporating graphics

7. Building hyperlinks

17. Understanding the FrontPage Web Extensions

18. Creating and managing FrontPage webs

19. Working with FrontPage webs

23. Keeping your site up-to-date

24. Publishing your FrontPage web

 

Buyens, Jim

Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003.
Redmond, Washington : Microsoft Press, 2003, 1199 pp.

24. Using FrontPage Photo Galleries

 

Carpenter, Beth

Avoiding the pitfalls of web design.
Computers in Libraries, November/December 2002, pp. 40-41.

 

Chowdhury, G. G., and Chowdhury, Sudatta

Digitization.
In: Introduction to digital libraries. London : Facet Publishing, 2003, 354 pp.

 

Chowdhury, G. G., and Chowdhury, Sudatta

11. Information architecture.
In: Organizing information: from the shelf to the web. London : Facet Publishing, 2007.

Introduction

What is IA?

Why do we need an IA?

What does IA involve?

How does one build an IA?

Building an IA: approaches and stages

Outcome of an IA exercise

Summary

 

Clockwatchers, Inc. Web Hosting

HTML tutorial. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.clockwatchers.com/html_main.html [cited 2005, 2009]

Introduction

Documents

Formatting

Links

Images

Lists

Tables

Forms

 

Computer Hope

Creating a web site. (Where to start designing and setting up your own web page.) [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.computerhope.com/starthtm.htm [cited 2006]

 

Cooper, Eric A.

Library guides on the Web: traditional tenets and internal issues.
Computers in Libraries, October 1997, pp. 52-56.

Here's a primer for designing your library information for Web usage.

 

Craney, Linda

Web page authoring tools: comparison and trends.
In: Online Information 96: Proceedings of the 20th International Online Information Meeting, London, December 1996. Edited by David I. Raitt and Ben Jeapes. Oxford : Learned Information. pp. 447-452.

 

Crowder, David, and Crowder, Rhonda

Managing your Webs.
Chapter 47 in: Microsoft FrontPage 98 (Third edition), Indianapolis : Sams.net, 1998.

 

Cuningham, Jim

Ten ways to improve your web site.
College & Research Libraries News, September 1999, pp. 614, 615, 628.

 

Degener, Jutta

What is good hypertext writing? [online]
Available free of charge from: http://kbs.cs.tu-berlin.de/~jutta/ht/writing/editing.html , updated 1998 [cited 2006]

Writing hypertext copy

Editing and publishing

Maintenance

 

de Vries, Repke

Het toegankelijker maken van websites: drie benaderingen en een praktijkvoorbeeld.
Informatie Professional, 1998, Vol. 2, No. 6, pp. 16-19.

 

DiNucci, Darcy, with Giudice, Maria, and Stiles, Lynne

Elements of Web design.
Berkeley : Peachpit Press, 1997. 205 pp.

Interactivity

Programming the Web

Keeping the site fresh

HTML reference

Glossary

 

Dixon, Ross

How can documents be put onto the Web?
In: Online Information 96: Proceedings of the 20th International Online Information Meeting, London, December 1996. Edited by David I. Raitt and Ben Jeapes. Oxford : Learned Information. pp.  453-457.

 

Dowling, Thomas

Lies, damned lies, and web logs.
Net Connect, Spring 2000, pp. 34-35.

about web use statistics:

What web logs can’t tell you

What web logs can tell you

Share your logs

 

Duncan, Ray

Power programming. An HTML primer.
PC Magazine (USA), June 13, 1995, pp. 261-270.

 

Edmonds, Tiffany K.

Essential FrontPage 2002 for web professionals.
Upper Saddle River : Prentice Hall, 2002, 320 pp.

Cascading Style Sheets pp. 167-171.

 

Ernst, Warren

Cascading style sheets.
PC Magazine (USA), September 3, 2002, IP01-IP04.

More than markup

Cascading a style

External style sheets

 

Falcigno, Kathleen, and Green, Tim

Home page, sweet home page. (Creating a Web presence.)
Database, April/May 1995, pp. 20-28.

 

FAO and UNESCO

Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK)
Module on Digitization and Digital Libraries.
Unit 2. Electronic documents and formats. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.imarkgroup.org/ 2005 [cited 2006],
also published free of charge on CD-ROM.

Lesson 1. Electronic documenst and mark-up: introduction

Lesson 2: Character encoding: Latin and non-Latin scripts

Lesson 3. Formats of electronic pictures

Lesson 4. Presentational mark-up: HTML

 

FAO and UNESCO

Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK)
Module on Management of Electronic Documents.
Unit 4. Production and management of electronic formats
Lesson 2. From hardcopy to electronic document [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.imarkgroup.org/ 2005,
also published free of charge on CD-ROM.

 

FAO and UNESCO

Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK)
Module on Management of Electronic Documents.
Unit 6. Networking documents and databases
Lesson 1. Web standards and static websites [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.imarkgroup.org/ 2005,
also published free of charge on CD-ROM.

 

Fecko, Mary Beth

Electronic resources: access and issues.
Bowker-Saur, 1997, 148 pp.

Guidelines for creation and maintenance of Web documents pp. 34-38.

 

Flynn, Peter

The World Wide Web handbook. (An HTML guide for users, authors and publishers.)
London : International Thomson Computer Press, 351 pp.

18. Future developments

 

Ford, Andrew

Spinning the Web. (How to provide information on the Internet.)
London : International Thomson Publishing, 1995. 227 pp.

1. Introduction

1.1. What is the Web?

1.2. What the Web has to offer

1.3. History and evolution of the Web

1.4. The future of the Web

 

Galdino, Greg M. and Gotway, Michael

The digital curriculum vitae. [online]
J. of the American College of Radiology, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Febr. 2005, pp. 183-188. Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/

 

Garlock, Kristen L., and Piontek, Sherry

Designing web interfaces (to library services and resources).
Chicago and London : American Library Association, 1999, 103 pp.

5. Accessible design

6. Incorporating user feedback in design

 

Garris, John

Create a great site. (Web site authoring.) Build.
PC Magazine (USA), June 8, 1999,, pp. 147-158.

 

Gillespie, Joe

Web page design for designers: typography. [online]
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Gilster, Paul

The Web Navigator.
New York : Wiley Computer Publishing, 1997.

Tips on page design

 

Guenther, Kim

Web site management: Getting your web site recognized.
Online, May/June 2004, pp. 47-49.

 

Hahn, Harley

Harley Hahn teaches the Internet. Second edition.
Indianapolis : Que, 2000, 501 pp.

15. Creating your own web site

 

Hannam, Nigel

Introducing an intranet: the management issues.
Managing Information, Vol. 3, No. 10, October 1996, pp. 31-33.

 

Haskin, David

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 Tour Guide.
Ventana, 1998. 374 pp.

18. Creating & publishing Web information

A look behind a Web page

Understanding the features of FrontPage Express

Creating a Web page in FrontPage Express

Uploading Web pages

Creating a form page using the wizards

 

Head, Alison J.

Design wise: a guide for evaluating the interface design of information resources.
Medford, New Jersey : Information Today, 1999, 197 pp.

1. Why design matters

5. Web sites: weaving deceit?

 

Hofstede. Marten

De taal van het World-Wide Web: HTML.
Login, 1995, No. 2, pp. 23-25.

 

Hofstede. Marten

De taal van het World-Wide Web: HTML, deel 2.
Login, 1995, No. 3, pp.41-44.

 

Hogan, Mike

Intranet applications challenge Notes.
Personal Computer World (U.S.A.), October 1996, pp. 118-120.

 

Houghton, David

Building an academic library website: experiences at De Montfort University.
Program, Vol. 34, No. 3, July 2000, pp. 269-280.

 

Kampherbeek, Jan (SpiderPro)

KickStart tutorial XML. [online]
Available from: http://www.spiderpro.com/

Why do we need XML?

What is XML?

The general structure of XML

XML tags

Elements and sub elements

XML documents

XML attributes

Well formed XML documents

Valid XML documents

XML; the DTD

Presenting XML documents

 

Ker, Mark

Universal access, by design.
VINE, 106, pp. 42-47.

This article offers some practical and technical HTML design suggestions for making Web sites accessible to all users.

 

Kentie. Peter

Web graphics tools and techniques.
Berkeley : Peachpit Press, 1997, 311 pp.

Adobe Acrobat and PDF

Java and JavaScript

ActiveX controls

Creating a VRML world

 

Knowbility

Accessibility curriculum. [online]
Available from: http://knowbility.org/curriculum/ [cited 2004]

Intro: Why is accessibility on the Internet important?

 

Lease Morgan, Eric

Indexing, indexing, indexing: making it work for your library.
Computers in Libraries, June 1998, pp. 30-32.

About indexing the text of WWW sites.

 

Lee, Edward J.

Using other Web servers with FrontPage 98.
Chapter 54 in: Microsoft FrontPage 98 (Third edition), Indianapolis : Sams.net, 1998.

 

Lehnert, Wendy G.

Internet 101. A beginner's guide to the Internet and the World Wide Web.
Reading,... : Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1997.

5. The World-Wide Web

5.9 Constructing your own home page

11. Web page construction

11.1 Remember the big picture

11.2 Working with text

11.3 Working with graphics

11.4 Tips for faster downloads

11.5 URLs and pathnames

11.6 Using tables and frames

11.7 HTML tag summary

11.8 A webmaster's toolbox

11.9 Where to learn more

 

Li-Ron, Yael

The Web and you (Special report): Web publishing made easier.
Personal Computer World (U.S.A.), November 1996, pp. 111-120.

 

Lie, Håkon Wium and Bos, Bert

CSS. Chapter 2 of the book Cascading Style Sheets, designing for the Web, (2nd edition, 1999, Addison Wesley, ISBN 0-201-59625-3. [online]
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Lilly, Erica B.

A World-Wide Web for everyone: creating accessible web sites for persons with disabilities.
In: Internet Librarian International 2001: Collected presentations of the Third Internet Librarian International Conference, London, UK, 26-28 March 2001. Medford : Information Today. 187 pp. 2001. pp. 123-133.

 

Lynch, Patrick J., and Horton, Sarah

Web style guide: basic design principles for creating web sites.
New Haven and London : Yale University Press, 1999, 164 pp.

1. Process

2. Interface design

3. Site design

4. Page design

5. Typography

6. Editorial style

7. Web graphics

8. Multimedia

References

[A no-nonsense book with good advice on how to create a web site. The text is independent of a particular type or brand of software, so that it is not immediately obsolete. In contrast with many books on this subject, it does not offer many spectacular screenshots and examples, but focuses on really sound and basic advice in the form of well structured texts.]

 

McDermott, Irene

Curb cuts on the information superhighway: making the web accessible.
Searcher: the magazine for database professionals, March 2001, pp. 65-69.

 

Mendelson, Edward

Personal Web-page editors.
PC Magazine (USA), March 4, 1997, pp. 100-138.

 

Mendelson, Edward, et al.

Web authoring tools.
PC Magazine (USA), October 17, 2001, pp. 169-178.

 

Mendelson, Edward

Web builder’s toolkit. (70 assists for a winning site)
PC Magazine (USA), April 23, 2002, pp. 113-121.

Clip-art and stock photo libraries

Site-checking tools

File transfer programs

Javascript collections

Browser extensions

Image optimizers and color tools

Style sheet editors

 

Meulemans, Guido

FrontPage: websites voor dummies. (Nu de opmaak van HTML-pagina’s volledig geautomatiseerd is, staat het Net open voor iedereen.)
EOS Magazine, september 1996, pp. 82-83.

 

Miller, Michael, J.

Create a great site. (Web site authoring.) Introduction.
PC Magazine (USA), June 8, 1999, pp. 98-100.

 

Morrogh, Earl

Information architecture: an emerging 21st century profession.
New Jersey : Prentice Hall, 2003, 194 pp.

1.      Information architecture: from craft to profession

 

Nesbeitt, Sarah L., and Singer Gordon, Rachel

The information professional’s guide to career development online.
Medford : Information Today, 2001, 401 pp.

6. Your online presence

11. Your electronic resume

 

Neuhold, Erich, Niederee, Claudia, and Stewart, Avare

Context-driven access to personalized digital libraries.
In Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2004: knowledge creation, preservation, access, and management, ICDL 2004, in Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24‑27 February 2004, Volume 1, 517 pp. New Delhi : TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute, 2004, ISBN 81-7993-029-7, pp. 452-461.

 

Nieuwenhuysen, P., and Buelinckx, E.

Creating documents for print and WWW, using common PC software: pitfalls and expectations.
In: Internet Librarian & Libtech International 99. The International Internet Conference and exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers. London, UK, 29-31 March 1999. Proceedings. Medford, New Jersey : Information Today, 1999, 144 pp. pp. 79-89.

 

Nielsen, Jacob

Designing web usability.
Indianapolis : New Riders, 2000, 419 pp.

Introduction: Why web usability?

Conclusion: Simplicity in web design

 

Nielsen, Jacob et al.

Internet Pro: solutions for web designers and builders: Make it usable.
PC Magazine (USA), February 6, 2001, IP01-IP06.

 

Nielsen, Jacob, and Tahir, Marie

Homepage usability.
New Riders, 2002, 315 pp.

Honepage guidelines. pp. 10-33.

 

Nielsen, Jacob

Top ten mistakes in Web design. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/9605.html [cited 2007]

 

Norlin, Elaina, and Winters, CM!

Usability testing for library web sites: a hands on guide.
Chicago : American Library Association, 2002, 70 pp.

Foundations of usability testing

Web design guidelines

Getting buy-in

Usability testing example

 

Notess, Greg R.

Present and future services for the digital library: searching, linking and meta tags.
In Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2004: knowledge creation, preservation, access, and management, ICDL 2004, in Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24‑27 February 2004, Volume 1, 517 pp. New Delhi : TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute, 2004, ISBN 81-7993-029-7, pp. 235-238.

 

Ozzer, Jan

Create a great site. (Web site authoring.) Design.
PC Magazine (USA), June 8, 1999, pp. 103-126.

 

Ozzer, Jan

Create a great site. (Web site authoring.) Polish.
PC Magazine (USA), June 8, 1999,, pp. 129-142.

 

O'Donnell, Kevin, and Winger, Larry

The Internet for scientists.
Amsterdam : Harwood Academic Publishers, 1997. 309 pp.

Creating your own Web site

 

Palmer, Paula L.

Making your Web site accessible: effective Web page development using universal access design.
In: Internet Librarian '97, Proceedings of the First Internet Librarian Conference, Monterey Conference Center & Doubletree Hotel, Monterey, California, November 17-19, 1997. Information Today, Inc., Medford, NJ, 1997. 147 pp. ISBN: 1-57387-049-8. pp. 100-105.

 

Perez, Ernest

Using link checkers.
Econtent, October/November 2000, pp. 83-89.

 

Person, Ron, (with Laby, Lorry, and Merkel, Brady P.)

Web publishing with Word for Windows.
Que, 1995. 393 pp.

Appendix A. A listing of HTML tags.

Appendix B. Sites with important Web or HTML information

 

Perspection, Inc.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 at a glance.
Redmond : Microsoft Press, 1999.

10. Creating a Web page with FrontPage Express

11. Enhancing Web pages with FrontPage Express

 

Poole, Nick

Approaches to web accessibility.
VINE, No. 124, 2001, p. 12-16.

Web accessibility – current tools, standards and guidance

Web accessibility – new developments

Future developments

 

Powell, James

Adventures with the World Wide Web: creating a hypertext library information system.
Database, February 1994, pp. 59-66.

 

Poulter, Alan. Tseng, Gwyneth, and Sargent, Goff

The library and information professional's guide to the World Wide Web.
London : Library Association, 1999, 133 pp.

5. Publishing Web sites

 

Quercia, Valerie

Internet in a nutshell: a desktop quick reference.
Sebastopol, CA : O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., 1997, ISBN 1-56592-323, 431 pp.

22. Authoring for the Web

23. HTML tags and attributes

24. Color names and values

25. Character entities

26. GIFs, applets, and other enhancements

 

Raggett, Dave

Adding a touch of style. [online]
Available from: http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/Guide/Style 2002 [cited 2005]

About HTML CSS

 

Raggett, Dave, and Le Hors, Arnaud

HTML. HyperText Markup Language. [online]
Available from: http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/ [cited 1998]

 

Raggett, Dave, and Le Hors, Arnaud

W3C Activity: HyperText Markup Language (HTML) [online]
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Randall, Neil

Understanding FrontPage Server Extensions.
PC Magazine (USA), February 20, 2001, pp. 91-.

 

Rapoza, Jim, et al.

Content management. Get a grip on your site. (Managing your site’s content can be extremely expensive, unwieldy, and tedious. We look at six content management systems that offer an off-the-shelf solution to templating, workflow, and Web publishing for under $100,000.)
PC Magazine (USA), March 20, 2001, pp. 146-155.

 

Rohan, Rebecca Frances

Buiding better web pages.
San Diego  Academic Press, 1998, 288 pp.

3. Images

5. Ready-made drop-ins: Java applets, JavaScript, Active X, and plug-ins

7. Toy box: FAQs, counters, tricks, and tools

Appendix A. Basic structure of an HTML page

Appendix B. HTML tags

 

Scharf, Dean

HTML visual quick reference.
Que, 1995. 159 pp.

I Introduction to HTML

II Writing HTML

III Forms

IV Designing HTML documents

V Posting pages

VI Getting your files noticed

VII Appendix

 

Schnell, Eric H.

Writing for the web: a primer for librarians. [online]
Available from: http://bones.med.ohio-state.edu/eric/papers/primer/ [cited 2002]

Graphics and images

Multimedia

XML

 

Seltzer, Larry

Create a great site. (Web site authoring.) Serve.
PC Magazine (USA), June 8, 1999, pp. 163-175.

 

Shambedi, Mahmood

HTML and CSS: easy web design.
Nortown Press, 2007

1. Introduction to HTML

2.  Formatting text

 

Sheldrick, Dennis

Start becoming a Webmeister. (Networks: advanced technology).
Four steps to working web servers.
Datamation, March 1, 1995, pp. 40-43.

 

Shelley, Gary B., Cashman Thomas J., and Mick, Michael L.

Microsoft FrontPage2000. Complete concepts and techniques.
Cambridge, MA : Course Technology, 2000.

Creating and using interactive forms on the web

Objectives

Introduction

HTML forms

Form handlers

Designing a form

 

Slatin.John M. and Rush, Sharron

Maximum accessibility: making your web site more usable for everyone.
Boston : Addison-Wesley, 2003, 588 pp.

Introduction

Supporting accessibility with Cascading Style Sheets

Appendix A. Resources and tools for accessible design

Appendix B. Why is accessibility on the Internet important?

 

Snell, Ned

Teach yourself the Internet in 24 hours. (Second edition.)
Indianapolis : Sams.net Publishing, 380 pp.

23. Creating Web pages and multimedia messages

 

Stanek, William Robert

Increase your web traffic in a weekend. (3rd edition)
Rocklin : Prima Publishing, 2000, 312 pp.

Attracting the masses:

Registering with many search engines and directories simultaneously

Selling your web site through e-mail

 

Strain, Helen C., and Berry, Pauline M.

Better page design for the World Wide Web. (Refereed paper)
Online & CDROM Review, Vol. 20, No. 5, 1996, pp. 227-237.

Introduction

Interacting with the World Wide Web

A closer look at hypertext issues

The modeling perspective from HCI (human-computer interaction)

Good Web page design

Conclusion

 

Sutton, David

Delivering a subject on the WWW while enhancing student discussion and communication.
In: Proceedings of AusWeb97. Available from: http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/proceedings/sutton/ [cited 1997]

 

Talboo, John-Michael P.

Top 50 Free Open Courseware Classes to Design Better Web Sites. [online]
Available from: http://gettingfrugal.blogspot.com/2009/02/web-designedu-top-50-free-open.html [cited 2009]

 

Tenant, Roy

Practical HTML: a self-paced tutorial.
San Carlos, California : Library Solutions Press, 1996. Internet Workshop series; 6.

Guidelines for Web document style and design

 

Terena

Guide to Network Resource Tools (GNRT). [online]
Available from: http://gnrt.terena.nl/ [cited 2004]

Web publishing

Web authoring

HTML

Graphics in web pages

 

Thelwall, Mike

Hyperlink analysis.
In Encyclopedia of virtual communities and technologies. 2006. Idea Group. pp. 243-247.

 

Thurow, Shari

Search engine visibility.
Indianapolis : New Riders, 2003, 297 pp.

Part 1: Before you build

Part 2: How to build better web pages

 

Tisdall, Ben

Web design: 50 web tips.
Personal Computer World (England), April 2000, pp. 125-134.

 

Tonta, Yasar

Internet and electronic information management.
Information Services & Use, Vol. 25, 2005, pp. 3-12.

 

Ulanoff, Lance N.

Build your own Web site.
(Bring yourself, your data, and your message to the World-Wide Web. It’s cheaper than other media and almost guarantees you a worldwide audience.)
PC Magazine (USA), September 10, 1996, pp. 101-111.

 

Van Brakel, Pieter A., Roeloffze, Cerina, and van Heerden, Amanda

Some guidelines for creating World-Wide Web home page files.
The Electronic Library, Vol. 13, No. 4, August 1995, pp. 383-387.

 

Vind, Ole

Make your web site healthier with an HTML code checkup.
Computers in Libraries, January 2000, pp. 40-43.

 

Ward, Jennifer

Web page authoring & site management.
In: The Library Web Manager's Reference Center [online]
Available from: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Web4Lib/RefCenter/lwmrcwebdev.html

 

Winship, Ian, and McNab, Alison

The student's guide to the Internet 2000-2001.
London : Library Association Publishing, 2000. 173 pp.

11. Creating your own web page

 

Yeadon, Jane

Web site statistics.
VINE 124, pp. 55-60.

Introduction

What statistics are available?

Basic

Intermediate

Advanced

What can these statistics be used for?

 

Yunker, John

Beyond borders: web globalization strategies.
Indiana : New Riders, 2003, 552 pp.

1. One Internet, many voices