if you were to visualize the entire internet not web pages themselves, but the entire internet structure all at once what would it look like? how does this visual metaphor help you understand how the internet works?"

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hi, I hope that this is the right forum to post in, and that this is even appropriate, but I am kind of desperate here. anyone who can provide any help or volunteering with the following, I'd really appreciate. I am writing a programming tutorial for beginners, about C++ programming. Now this is planned to be a fairly long tutorial. but here is my problem: the tutorial will have entire pages to itself, its not like a submitted tutorial or anything. just all html pages. however, I'm blind, and so to get the ...
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SO confused reading everything on the internet not knowing what is out of date etc. I want to write and app that allows the user to securely log in. One logged in this user name is used to access a database and return records. The user needs to be able to modify, add and delete records from this database. I have accomplished this via HTML 5 and CSS3 but want to make an iOS and Android App. 1. Can I do this via a PC, that is create an iOS app for iPhone and iPAD? 2. Knowing that I am not wanting to create a ...
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I am a legally blind iPod Touch user (not a developer). I have been blogging about the the accessibility of the apps (see iPhone Access). Many people initially react with a "Who cares?" attitude as in why would blind people use an iPhone/Touch. Not all blind people are profoundly blind. I have some useful vision and use that to the best of my ability. This includes getting the most out of my Touch. I find most apps difficult to use. No surprise, right? Wrong. The iPhone platform offers some great features ...
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Hi all, I came across a new term, Web 2.0. I checked http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2 It was too complicated form me. Does anybody know of an article which more simple about web 2.0? Thanks in advance very cool graphixboy! http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly ... eb-20.html I'm sure this is going to turn into a pretty volatile thread. There are a lot of people who throw around web 2.0 as simply another buzz word. When the term "web 2.0" was coined several years ago it referred to the assumption that ...
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On my homepage ( newly built one) i have a drop down list which you click (selection of about 150 links) and it take you to the product. I also have normal weblinks at the bottom of the homepage which if you click those, it will take you to the similar pages. Will the drop down boxes be sufficient to get these pages indexed and taken seriously by the search engines?.. if so, shall i delete those links at the bottom of the page which, to be honest, only link to the same pages? do the drop down links have to ...
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On my homepage ( newly built one) i have a drop down list which you click (selection of about 150 links) and it take you to the product. I also have normal weblinks at the bottom of the homepage which if you click those, it will take you to the similar pages. Will the drop down boxes be sufficient to get these pages indexed and taken seriously by the search engines?.. if so, shall i delete those links at the bottom of the page which, to be honest, only link to the same pages? do the drop down links have to ...
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I currently make webpages in notepad with HTML but I know a lot of people make their webpages in dreamweaver or other web design programs. Whats the best way to make a site? With a program or plain HTML in notepad? Thanks for any replys. I would say - from previous comments about my web building in Frontpage, to use a mixture of Dreamweaver, and Hand Coding i Notepad or other HTML Editors: Originally Posted by Grommet: Heres a good HTML tutorial, the one i learned from. It may be confusing at first but ...
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When you're designing websites, do you consider yourself responsible for implementing search optimization elements into your design? For instance, do you strive to create pages with the fastest load time possible? Do you set the design up to use header tags for targeted keywords? Are your naming conventions designed to assist optimization (images, pages, alt tags, labels, etc.). I've worked with a lot of designers, and it sort of seems "luck of the draw" when I get a designer who considers the online ...
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Hi, I'm interested to hear opinions on my website design. I'd love feedback on my blog's design, particularly, because I'm not really used to reading blogs. It's the link on the right that says "Articles." Thanks :dead: To me, it looks like www.useit.com - the site of Jakob Nielsen - which I hate with a passion. Some people don't get that "usable" and "attractive" are not at odds with each other. Usability doesn't require that your site be devoid of design. Don't get defensive. I'm simply stating my ...
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Hello, I'm planning to build a website/service/script that would provide the user with the ability to connect to a server using their ssh login and visually view, edit and move files & folders. (a.k.a - Sort of a web-based version of VNC). What I'm wondering is: - What do you think about this idea? - What security features would you implement? - Would you use it? - If it was provided as a free script that you could install on your servers would you offer it to your users? - Besides ...
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