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BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SUGGESTED READING
This book could not have been written without research and consultation upon more venerable sources. The sources that have been utilized in the creation of this book are listed below by chapter, with links where applicable.
My own experience with creating websites. This experiece is gained from making some pretty bad sites while looking at better ones. Then I decided to make good webpages.
Pretty much just me. After all, style is subjective.
A lot from my teacher, Ms. Hanley. I picked it up during my time in her Imaging class.
Paraphrase of my old English teacher, Mr. Erickson. And all the other English teachers.
Again Ms. Hanley. Part of it is my own opinion.
"General Tips" from Stevenson Oles, Paul, AIA. "Do's and Don'ts". Architectual Illustration. Copyright ©1979 Van Nostrand Reinhold Company. pg. 62-63.
Mostly my own opinions. Anything else I have long forgotten.
Partially my own opinions of image usage.
"Graphics Optimization". ProjectCool DeveloperZone. (August 1998).
Siegal, David. "Anti-aliasing", "JPEG Compression", "Animation". Creating Killer Websites: Design Tips. (August 1998).
"HTML Tag Quick Reference Guide". ProjectCool DeveloperZone. (April 1998).
Again from me. Taken from innumberable sources.
Co-authored by Justin Seyster. Indirectly sourced from Siegel, David. Creating Killer Websites, second edition. Copyright ©1997.
Quantum Physics Sample Webpage
I made it all by myself. With the help of the book:
Hawking, Steven, Ph.D. The Illustrated A Brief History of Time
Images created in Paint Shop Pro 4.0 demo, provided by the ThinkQuest CD.
Sample Webpages: First-Generation Site, Tacky Background First Gen Site I made all by myself. I took the background for the tacky background page from some horrible site, whose URL I will not divulge.
There are many, many sites out on the web that offer design tips. C|Net's Builder.com offers many great, detailed tips in all aspects of web development. If you want to read a hard copy book, then try Creating Killer Websites, second edition by David Seigel.