Star Support -- from beginner to expert, free help.
Readability Test -- what grade/reading level is your blog??
Blogger -- How to start
Build a Network, not a Destination --
This advice for news media on building
websites that attract and retain
readers would apply equally well to libraries' websites.
Engaged Patrons -- free
web services for qualifying libraries
Extensions, Formats and Utilities -- various file formats and
how to deal with them
Computing--information on set up, ergonomics and environmental information.
Terms that Users Understand from a librarian(J. Kupersmith, UC
Berkeley). The purpose of this site is to help library web developers
decide how to label key resources and services in such a way that most
users can understand them well enough to make productive choices.
(at UIUC) Beginner's Guide to HTML--an introduction to writing HTML for those wanting simple directions.
Podcasts -- you
can start one for your library! Here's how!
Web Builder Network--over 5000 resources for the creation of web sites, including clip art, counters,
buttons, HTML and lots more. All levels of expertise.
You Wanna Learn the Basics of HTML? -- step by step, with
explanations. For the beginner.
Tech Recipes -- Tips and
tricks on solving a wide variety of tech problems. Recent offerings on
display include how to make and hide a private profile on MySpace, close
out a hotmail account, and use hyperlink command codes for MSM
Messenger, etc. Archived, searchable, and browsable by category.
Ten Steps to
Wireless Internet Access in Your Library
Web Design -- lots of how-tos
Web Publishing Curriculum
online dictionary and search engine for
computer and Internet technology definitions.
Writing for the Web --
paper by Eric H. Schnell, MLS and Head of Information Technology at
Prior Health Sciences Library, The Ohio State University.