January 1, 2000

Copyrighting

Disclaimer: Please remember, that, although this information is up-to-date and accurate, we are not attorneys, and this is not legal advice. If you have a question that requires legal advice, please consult your attorney. In this section we’ll discuss Copyright

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Using Web Color

raphics are a common way of bringing color into a Web site. Your create your images using your favorite editor, test your color palette on different browsers/platforms, and drop the images into your page. Optimizing Graphicsteaches you how to create

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Audio QuickStart: Common Formats

here are many sound file formats to chose from. The format you pick will depend on your what your audience can use and the types of sounds you have. You can hear the same sound clip in the five most

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Editing Sounds

diting your sound can be one of the most exciting parts of creating sound for the Web. Download an audio editor and start playing around with it?you’ll see fascinating options for decreasing your file sizes, cutting certain sections of your

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Audio QuickStart: Steps for Using Sound

teps for Using SoundThere are three steps to consider when you think about adding audio to your site: First, how will you create the sound? Before you add a sound element, that element needs to be created or found, and

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Audio by Example

hese are some sites from around the Web that in some way make interesting use of sound. We tried to find a variety of techniques. Some require a plug-in, while others use Java applets as a player or work with

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Going to Extremes

xtreme Programming (XP) is not some nerd bungee jumping off a bridge with a laptop. It is not a geek writing code while doing back flips on a skateboard. Nothing nearly so exciting. Extreme Programming is simply a software development

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Speed Up Rendering

s an ASP programmer, you are no doubt focused on improving the performance of your Web application. You are probably busy improving your database access performance as well as the performance in your COM components, if you are using any.

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