For Web Design, Web Develpment and Net Users
- Chilling Effects <ChillingEffects.org> - First Amendment info for online content creators.
- The Clipart Directory <ClipArt.com> -
- The Code Project <CodeProject.com> -
web site excerpts: "The Code Project is a community of Visual Studio .NET developers joined together with a common goal: To learn, to teach, to have fun programming. Developers from all over the world come together to share source code, tutorials and knowledge for free to help their fellow programmers. Every article on the Code Project has been contributed for free, and all source code, components and code snippets can in turn be used for free. All we ask is that if you find the Code Project useful then we enourage you to share what source code or knowledge you can to give back to the community." This site also offers beginner tutorials.
- CoolText.com - "an online graphics generator for web pages and anywhere else you might need an impressive logo without a lot of work.....available for use free of charge."
- Cover Your ASP <CoverYourASP.com> -
web site excerpts: "You can download all the source code for this site, free. The site is completely self-documenting - every article describes how the site was written and introduces you to databases, forms, email components and all the other things you probably want to do."
- Creating Killer Web Sites <KillerSites.com> -
- Dead Links <Dead-Links.com> - A free instant link validator.
- Domain Name Rights Coalition <NetPolicy.com> -
web site excerpts: "about big business attempts to constrain your rights to expression and privacy on the Internet"
- DotNetJunkies <DotNetJunkies.com> -
web site excerpts: "a destination website that is a resource for the emerging Microsoft ASP.Net community. Our positioning within the .NET community allows us to bring educational materials and tools to developers in the ASP.NET development arena while allowing unparalleled, immediate interaction between developers and experts in this new framework.......launched July 24, 2000, only a couple weeks after the infamous "pre-beta" bits of the .NET Framework SDK were distributed at the Microsoft Professional Developer's Conference. Originally built in classic ASP (and titled ASPNextGen.com) DotNetJunkies.com was designed with one purpose promote the .NET Framework specifically ASP.Net."
- DotNetWire <DotNetWire.com> -
- Dynamic Drive <DynamicDrive.com> - DHTML scripts and components
- VisualStudio.net -
web site excerpts: "Visual Studio .NET is the comprehensive tool set for rapidly building and integrating XML Web services, Microsoft Windows®based applications, and Web solutions."
- XML.com - (O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.)
web site excerpts: "Our mission at XML.com is to help you discover XML and learn how this Internet technology can solve real-world problems in information management and electronic commerce. XML.com features a rich mix of information and services for the XML community. The site is designed to serve both people who are already working with XML and those HTML users who want to "graduate" to XML's power and complexity. A core feature of the site is the Annotated XML Specification, created by Tim Bray, co-editor of XML 1.0 and a contributing editor for XML.com."
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Introduction - Expert Links
The links on this page are intended for any prospective client who may wish to have a deepr knowledge of the web design process in order to be a more intelligent participant. But more importantly, these links are references that I may use to continually brush up on my web design knowledge.
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