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Get the definitive reference for deploying, configuring, and supporting IIS 7.0 with insights from a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and IIS experts at Microsoft. You get 800 pages of in-depth technical guidance on using IIS 7.0 to help enable users to easily host and manage Web sites, create Web-based business applications, and extend file, print, media, and communication services to the Web.
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Information Security Policy - A Development Guide for Large and Small Companies
A security policy should fulfill many purposes.
The post-Ajaxian Web 2.0 world of wikis, folksonomies, and mashups makes well-planned information architecture even more essential. How do you present large volumes of information to people who need to find what they're looking for quickly? This classic primer shows information architects, designers, and web site developers how to build large-scale and maintainable web sites that are appealing and easy to navigate.
Whether you’re in the preliminary stages of planning a site or you’re looking to improve the look of an existing site, this reference book covers it all. Now updated with the latest site tools, design techniques, and commerce options, this new edition of the bestseller offers a solid framework for building a Web site from scratch. Packed with all the essentials to help make your site the best it can be, this resource goes beyond just basic design and page building to show you how to incorporate both of those elements into a successful site. ...
Now more than ever, it is imperative that users be able to protect their system from hackers trashing their Web sites or stealing information. Written by a reformed hacker, this comprehensive resource identifies security holes in common computer and network systems, allowing system administrators to discover faults inherent within their network- and work toward a solution to those problems.
When looking for ways to build of your web site, even minor steps can make a huge difference. The most helpful
information and best content will have little impact without simple protocols that make your Web site easier to
use and more visually appealing. This paper focuses on 10 tips you can employ to ensure your web site is effec-
tive from the day it goes live.
Guide to Creating Website Information Architecture and Content
Information architecture (IA) is an often-overlooked area of website design. Too often, as designers, we just let the CMS we’re using dictate how content for a site is organized. And that works fine as long as the site fits perfectly into the narrow content formats most CMSs are designed around.
But too often, a website’s content breaks the boundaries of most CMSs.
To get interested consumers to your website, the site needs to be visible to surfers
using Google. Why is Google so important? The research firm Hitwise which measures
Web audiences, estimates that Google has 72% of the US search engine market,
versus 17.9 % for Yahoo. Microsoft’s two search services, MSN and Live.com,
constitute a distant third, at a combined 5.4 percent. Many website owners who track
where their visitors come from report that Google’s search engine now refers 80 to 90%
of their visitors.
For optimal results on Google you will want...
Any organization that has a searchable web site or intranet is sitting on top of hugely valuable and usually under-exploited data: logs that capture what users are searching for, how often each query was searched, and how many results each query retrieved. Search queries are gold: they are real data that show us exactly what users are searching for in their own words. This book shows you how to use search analytics to carry on a conversation with your customers: listen to and understand their needs, and improve your content, navigation and search performance to meet those needs....
Entries in the Digital Advertising categories are Internet and mobile media driven executions that will be judged online, or on the mobile devices for which they were created. Where the original web content is no longer available online, the entrant should attempt to provide a competition judging site for the work. URLs, banners and menus must not contain any references to the entrant.
Products are defined as, but not limited to: The products only, not the sellers or dealers (see Outlets).
This paper presents a novel type of intelligent agent with a multilingual natural language interface, which retrieves information from within a Web site. This agent, named JaBot after the fact that it is a bot which has been programmed in Java, has been designed and developed by the authors in an attempt to solve common Web site problems related to information retrieval. JaBot runs quickly and efficiently, and rather than running directly on the Web site pages, it is connected to a lexical semantic map. This map is based upon the contents of the Web site in question together...
Adaptive Information Extraction systems (IES) are currently used by some Semantic Web (SW) annotation tools as support to annotation (Handschuh et al., 2002; Vargas-Vera et al., 2002). They are generally based on fully supervised methodologies requiring fairly intense domain-specific annotation. Unfortunately, selecting representative examples may be difficult and annotations can be incorrect and require time. In this paper we present a methodology that drastically reduce (or even remove) the amount of manual annotation required when annotating consistent sets of pages. ...
Module B - The world wide web and the internet. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Define the relationships among Web site, Web site address, domain name, Web page, and uniform resource locator (URL); explain how to interpret the parts of an address on the Web; identify the major components and features of Web browser software; define Web 2.0 and its many technologies including wikis, social networking sites, blogs, RSS feeds, and podcasting;...
Module F - Building a web page with HTML. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Define an HTML document and describe its relationship to a Web site, describe the purpose of tags in hypertext markup language (HTML), identify the two major sections in an HTML document and describe the content within each, describe the use of basic formatting tags and heading tags, describe how to adjust text color and size in a Web site, describe how to change the background of a Web site.
Module L - Building web sites with frontpage. Describe the different kinds of Web sites that you can build using FrontPage, describe the different ways to navigate in FrontPage, explain the different FrontPage views, describe and build a Web site using FrontPage, describe and build a Web page using FrontPage, demonstrate the method used to insert a graphic into a Web page using FrontPage,...
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Carsim is a program that automatically converts narratives into 3D scenes. Carsim considers authentic texts describing road accidents, generally collected from web sites of Swedish newspapers or transcribed from hand-written accounts by victims of accidents. One of the program’s key features is that it animates the generated scene to visualize events. To create a consistent animation, Carsim extracts the participants mentioned in a text and identiﬁes what they do.
ASP (Active Server Pages) is a web development technology that's leapt through several
stages of evolution. It was first introduced as an easy way to add dynamic content to ordinary
web pages. Since then, it’s grown into something much more ambitious: a platformfor
creating advanced web applications, including e-commerce shops, data-driven portal sites,
and just about anything else you can find on the Internet.
ASP.NET 2.0 is the latest version of ASP, and it represents the most dramatic change yet.