Website Development Tools
Clearinghouse for Professional Development: Website Development Tools
Contents: " ... offers tutorials and timely articles, covering programming and developer related topics, computer hardware and gadget reviews, developer scripts, search engine optimization tutorials, and web hosting."
Cost: Articles and forums are free, as are some scripts. Charges vary for commercial scripts.
(World Wide Web Consortium)
Contents: World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) ...
Source: World Wide Web Consortium.
Writing for the Web
Contents: A general introduction to Web content creation, briefly describes newer technologies and provides references and access to other resources.
Source: Eric H. Schnell, M.L.S.
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Contents: Access to guidelines and working documents in five primary areas: technology, guidelines, tools, education and outreach, and research and development
Contents: Offers help with any topic area that goes to building a Web site. Provides tutorials covering everything from basic HTML to fully-functioning PERL CGI scripts.
Source: Joe Burns, Ph.D, Mass Communications
Animation & Images
Contents: Access to original, 3D rendered animations.
Source: Animation Factory staff artists
Cost: Free for personal use only. For any other use, including commercial purposes, membership or purchase required.
Contents: Commercial site providing free evaluation of image sizes and load times. Sells products to compress images, etc..
Source: OptiView Technologies.
Cost: Free evaluation; charge for software.
The Java Boutique
Contents:Java Applets, Games, Programming Tutorials, and Downloads
Contents: Organized by programming language with subfolders for various script categories. Rating features allow you to find the most popular and most useful resources according to other visitors.
Cost: Free and fee.
Usability Research Lab
Contents:Links to selected resources on usability testing of library websites.
Source: D.H. Hill Library, North Carolina State University