Libraries can build Web sites unrivaled in content - commercial databases, online catalogs, community resources, Web indexes - but it takes a well-designed interface to make the content accessible, in the library tradition of access for all, you must not only consider the 50 million plus people in the United States with some kind of disability, but also users running Netscape 2.0 on a 486. As librarians in the acclaimed JSTOR electronic publishing project, authors Kristen L. Garlock and Sherry Piortek have worked with dozens of participating libraries in troubleshooting problems and soliciting user feedback. Drawing on their experience, they identify the methods behind the best library Web site designs.This chart gives the HTML hexidecimal code for each of the 216 colors For information on how to figure out all of these ... These tags are, again, based on the RGB values: varying percentages of the three primary colors of red, green, and blue.
|Title||:||Designing Web Interfaces to Library Services and Resources|
|Author||:||Kristen L. Garlock, Sherry Piontek|
|Publisher||:||Amer Library Assn - 1999-01|