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    https://scrape.it is a data extraction and web scraper tool in the cloud that is easy to learn and affordable. ·
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    Perma.cc helps scholars, journals and courts create permanent links to the online sources cited in their work. ·
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    Official YSlow Open Source Project Website. YSlow analyzes web pages and suggests ways to improve their performance based on a set of rules for high performance web pages. ·
    4 days ago by @esistimfluss
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    Your local gold coast app experts design applications which are attractive, intuitive, and highly functional. These apps can grow your business, inspire your audience and build your brand effortlessly. ·
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    The Semantic Web isn't just about putting data on the web. It is about making links, so that a person or machine can explore the web of data. With linked data, when you have some of it, you can find other, related, data. ·
    22 days ago by @victoria_helen
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    If you browse a website chances are that it has its own build-in search engine where you can search its content. But chances also are that you never get any good results when using them. How come? What can be done to improve them? ·
    22 days ago by @victoria_helen
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    An interesting, if dated, article comparing the effectiveness of web page indexing against keyword searches using on-site search engines. ·
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    The Web & Electronic Indexing SIG (Special Interest Group) promotes the human indexing of Web sites, HTML and XML documents and Content Management Systems such as Drupal, Joomla! or Wordpress as well as embedded indexing of Microsoft Word, PDF and Framemaker electronic documents, online help, databases, mobile applications and eBooks using software tools such as InDesign, IXgen and DEXembed. See also podcasts, ebooks and videos. Its first objective is to serve the professional interests of indexers who seek to apply their skills in traditional human indexing to the nontraditional Web medium. This includes the writing of alphabetical (A-Z) indexes for individual Web sites, intranets, online periodicals, and collections of multiple Web sites. It also includes metadata keyword tagging of Web pages and online help and embedded indexing of Word, PDF and eBooks. Its second objective is to inform the Web design and development, online help and eBook community of the tools and resources for creating Web site, online help, Word and eBook indexes and the advantages of human-created indexes. ·
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      Protovis composes custom views of data with simple marks such as bars and dots. Unlike low-level graphics libraries that quickly become tedious for visualization, Protovis defines marks through dynamic properties that encode data, allowing inheritance, scales and layouts to simplify construction. Protovis is free and open-source, provided under the BSD License. It uses JavaScript and SVG for web-native visualizations; no plugin required (though you will need a modern web browser)! Although programming experience is helpful, Protovis is mostly declarative and designed to be learned by example. ·
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        Open Library provides a RESTful API for accessing resources in multiple formats. ·
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          The xISBN web service supplies ISBNs and other information associated with an individual intellectual work that is represented in WorldCat. Submit an ISBN to this service, and it returns a list of related ISBNs and selected metadata. Ideal for web-enabled search applications—such as library catalogs and online booksellers—and based on associations made in the WorldCat database, xISBN enables an end user to link to information about other versions of a source work. ·
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            Be inspired by the most popular colors, palettes, gradients, and patterns in our database. ·
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              Hexadecimal codes for named colours used in HTML page features ·
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              Table for easy reference of ascii characters and symbols in HTML format. With indication of browser support. ·
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              Server side includes (SSIs) make it possible to include repeated (boiler-plate) text in a set of web pages. A common application of SSIs involves incorporating the same header or footer or menu in all pages on a project site. If that information is coded into the individual pages, any change requires changes in all of the pages individually. With SSIs, you can put the repeated text in its own file and instruct the web server to insert that information into all of your pages in a particular location. If you then change the information, you can make the change in just one place, the file to be inserted, and the change will propagate to all pages that have been configured to include it. ·
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              Web design has come a long way since the early days of the internet. Although there are, of course, many ways to pull off a desired layout, these days the go-to technique for arranging panels in a window involves using a combination of <div> elements (to contain the content areas) and CSS styling (to position them). In the past, many used HTML <frameset> elements (now deprecated and scheduled to be eliminated completely from HTML5) and HTML <table> elements to construct their webpages. It’s obvious why frames are no longer a good choice—their deprecated status is reason enough. Tables, on the other hand, might still seem tempting, but it’s frowned upon to use HTML tables to display anything but tabular data, that is, data where the rows and columns both represent values from a range and the cells represents intersections of those values. As HTML moves away from the use of elements for presentational purposes in favor of their use to describe what the data is, instead of what it looks like in a particular view, the usage of any given element is being constrained to those descriptive roles. Your site layout isn’t really a table because the pseudo-rows and pseudo-columns don’t have meaning, let alone systematic meaning, and there are now easier, more representative ways of laying out your site in rectangles. ·
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