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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...

View Resource Advanced CSS Layouts: Step by Step

Most Web sites are designed with HTML tables, which can be an arduous task. Making sites that are accessible and standards-compliant requires a separation of markup and content, and CSS is the best way to accomplish this. This Web page by Rogelio Vizcaino Lizaola and Andy King offers a step-by-step CSS layout tutorial on how to create WebReference table-like layouts (that behave well with small...

View Resource Roadmap Internet Training Workshop

The Roadmap Internet Training Workshop is a free Internet navigation seminar available in step-by-step lessons. It will teach you how to send email, join and unjoin mailing lists, perform remote logins, use the Web, FTP, Gopher and much more. All lessons are posted on the gopher site and can be completed at the student's pace.

View Resource Webreference.com: The Webmaster's Reference Library

Webreference.com is a comprehensive HTML reference page (originally by Athenia Associates). At its heart are two main sections, Web/Net and Webmaster, found under Table of Contents. Web/Net contains information about the Internet and Web, organized under 15 categories, from agents to tutorials. Webmaster contains information about Web site creation in over 15 categories, including advanced topics...

View Resource Flash Kit

Flash, a Web browser plug-in developed by Macromedia, is one of the most common applications for creating animated objects and effects in a Web site. This site has a wealth of tutorials and general information about "Flash and related technologies." There are literally hundreds of tutorials for both novices and experienced users. The introductory items explain concepts like basic graphics and...

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