Getting Started with Web Page Creation
for Fuqua Authors
Spring 1999

This page contains a collection of resources and links that Fuqua authors may find useful as they get started creating web pages. The information on this page is intended to be used in conjunction with a paper-based tutorial for beginning Fuqua web page authors, named Notes. This is a small Word file of about 165K.

Page Table of Contents
PowerPoint Overview
Web Page Creation Software
Graphic Images
Web Copyright Issues
Math Symbols on the Web
Links for More Information


PowerPoint Overview

For an overview of web page creation and publishing as a Fuqua author, download and view this short PowerPoint file. Use PowerPoint 97. The file is about 68K.

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Web Page Creation Software

Fuqua has selected DreamWeaver as its standard web page creation software. For information about DreamWeaver, contact Fuqua's Technical Support Center or visit the Macromedia web site and take the DreamWeaver Feature Tour. (From the main Macromedia page, select "Products" then "DreamWeaver" and then "Feature Tour".

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Graphic Images

Fuqua's IT and web staff members are working on making it easy for you to access Fuqua-related graphic images that you might want to include in your web pages. Stand by for upcoming announcements about Fuqua graphics and where to find them.

If you have any questions about when it might be appropriate to use Fuqua-specific graphics in your web page contact the Communications staff in Fuqua's External Affairs Office.

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Web Copyright Issues

You may want to borrow materials from a variety of sources to include in your web documents. Educate yourself first about copyright issues and the web by taking a look at these guidelines compiled by Columbia University.

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Math Symbols on the Web

Including mathematical symbols and equations on web pages continues to be a challenge. This link takes you to the World Wide Web Consortium's page describing a new web standard named MathML, or "Mathematical Markup Language". MathML is basically a math version of HTML. The Consortium's page does a good job of describing pros and cons of various method of getting math symbols on web pages as well as providing links to tools.

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Links for More Information

Here are links to some other web page creation resources:

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For feedback or problems with this page, send mail to Paula Ecklund.