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         Sgml Web Publishing:     more books (48)
  1. HTML, Java, CGI, VRML, SGML Web Publishing Unleashed by William Robert Stanek, Steven J. DeRose, et all 1996-03
  2. Sams Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML & XHTML in 21 Days (4th Edition) (Sams Teach Yourself) by Laura Lemay, Rafe Colburn, 2003-05-24
  3. Teach Yourself HTML Publishing on the World Wide Web by Mac Bride, 2003-01-14
  4. HTML Web Publishing 6-in-1 (6-in-1 Series) by Todd Stauffer, 1997-09-27
  5. XHTML: Foundations for Internet Publishing and Web Design by Anthony (Tony) Sako, 2007-01-01
  6. Sgml at Work by Danny R. Vint, 1998-08
  7. New Perspectives on Creating Web Pages with HTML Third Edition - Introductory (New Perspectives (Paperback Course Technology)) by Patrick Carey, 2002-08-15
  8. HTML 4.0 Intermediate One-Day Course by DDC Publishing, 2000-01-01
  9. Cascading Style Sheets: The Designer's Edge by Molly E. Holzschlag, 2003-03-11
  10. Sams Teach Yourself to Create Web Pages in 24 Hours (4th Edition) (Sams Teach Yourself in 24 Hours) by Ned Snell, 2002-10-25
  11. HTML and XHTML: Creating Web Pages by Nicholas Chase, 2001-12-27
  12. Sams Teach Yourself Creating Web Pages All in One (Sams Teach Yourself) by Preston Gralla, Matt Brown, 2005-05-28
  13. HTML: Your visual blueprint for designing effective Web pages by Ruth Maran, 2000-07-01
  14. Creating a Web Page with HTML: Visual QuickProject Guide by Elizabeth Castro, 2004-08-13

101. Documedia - Print/Web Publishing Workflows - Formation Adobe, Formation Macromed
Documédia specializes in integrated solutions for web, video, multimedia and print All firms and government organizations need to publish documents.
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Print/Web Publishing Workflows
About Publishing Workflows
All firms and government organizations need to publish documents. Documents can include technical documentation, annual reports, product catalogues, and brochures, to name a few. The format these documents need to be published to could include print, Adobe PDF, HTML, SGML or XML. Therein lies the challenge - what is the most effective way to publish these documents to these different formats?
Our publishing workflow services
provides a full range of services to assist you with publishing your documents:
  • Workflow audits - review your current print and web workflows, and provide recommendations on possible improvements. Technology procurement - we can advise you on hardware and software solutions to support your workflow. Document conversion - converting documents into numerous formats.

102. Appleby Multimedia
Consultancy and development services for multimedia publishing, specialists in XML, sgml and Microsoft Office.
Multi-channel publishing XML technologies Microsoft Office Data conversion SGML technologies XML SGML XSL:FO Glossary Services Multi-channel publishing XML technologies Microsoft Office ... Downloads Originating, storing and publishing of information and documents is an issue every company has to deal with to some extent. Single-source multi-channel output – print, web, CD, PDF, etc. – is fast becoming common practice. We can provide effective solutions for your information and documents, ranging from data conversion to consultation and implementation of information workflows. The driving force behind Appleby Multimedia is excellence and quality in the delivery of products and services. We will strive to achieve that for you. We can provide consultancy for your multi-channel publishing operations Nature magazine is a major client
Appleby Multimedia

103. Welcome To IDEAlliance - International Digital Enterprise Alliance
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104. Arbortext : 3B2 Datasheet
Arbortext’s 3B2 is an automated publishing engine that handles complex layout 3B2 embraces sgml/XML standards to create endto-end standards compliance
Fully automated publishing with interactive touch-up for professional, high-quality output to print and PDF. Overview Benefits
  • Increased Efficiency - By automating processes and eliminating data conversion, you can improve productivity and increase the efficiency of your publishing process. Reduced Production Costs - Reducing manual effort and eliminating unnecessary task enables you to reduce your publishing costs.
  • Operating in a highly competitive environment, a prestige European auto manufacturer required a publishing solution capable of producing customized operator manuals for each vehicle type while keeping pace with changing vehicle specifications and a real-time manufacturing production line. With 3B2, this manufacturer has gained a publishing engine that can deliver 100% accuracy on tight deadlines. In addition, 3B2's rules-based publishing engine has enabled this manufacturer to add value and prestige to their core offering by automatically producing their documentation in multiple formats and languages. A leading international STM (Science/Technical/Medical) journal needed to reduce page production expenses and shorten lead times to compete with offshore production. They needed to be able to handle complex tables, graphics and equations, and comply with all relevant STM typesetting rules. Furthermore, they are a service provider to publishing houses and needed to maintain rapid reliable data transfer globally. Implementing 3B2 allowed them to provide faster turnaround with shorter lead-time to publication, improve timeliness of publication content by at least 25 days, and achieve savings of over $500K per year.

105. - EXamining XML
web publishers needed a subset of sgml, one that could be extended with new setsof tags without carrying around sgml s bulk. XML tried to hit the sweet

106. Learn To Program HTML In 21 Minutes
Described by Dan Lyke as the subset of sgml that Microsoft s developers could web publishers can be sure that the vast majority of their users will be
Chapter 5: Learn to Program HTML in 21 Minutes
by Philip Greenspun , part of Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
Revised June 2003 Hardcopy featured a 10-year-old boy one night back in the mid-1990s. His psychotic mother wouldn't take her meds and was beating him up. He wanted to live with his father but the judge wouldn't change his custody arrangement. So the 10-year-old kid built a Web site to encourage Internetters to contact the judge in support of a change in custody. If you think that you need professional help to build a static HTML Web site, tell yourself "The abused 10-year-old got his site to work; I think I can, too."
You May Already Have Won $1 Million
Then again, maybe not. But at least you already know how to write legal HTML: My Samoyed is really hairy. Suppose you want something more expressive. You want the word really to be in italic type: really: Most browsers use italics to emphasize, but some use boldface and browsers for ancient ASCII terminals (e.g., Lynx) have to ignore this tag or come up with a clever rendering method. A picky user with the right browser program can even customize the rendering of particular tags. There are a few dozen more tags in HTML. You can learn them by choosing View Source from a Web browser when visiting sites whose formatting you admire. You can also work through a comprehensive HTML guide, e.g.

107. Web Publishing - A CompInfo Directory
Find the best sources of Internetbased information on web publishing. web publishing - Organizations and User Groups. Association for Font Information
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Web Publishing - Outline Topic Outline KnowledgeBases Newsgroups and FAQs Magazines and Ezines ... Key Training Providers Web Publishing - Knowledge Bases
  • .NET 247
    • "Use .NET 247's definitive Programmers' Reference to learn about the .NET Framework classes and find other resources on the Web that give examples of how to use them."
    • "Your Source for Browser Compatibility Verification "
  • Bobby - a web-based tool that analyzes web pages for their accessibility to people with disabilities (CAST)
    • "Bobby grew out of CAST's underlying mission, which is to expand opportunities for people with disabilities through the innovative uses of computer technology. In planning its own Web site, CAST researchers wrestled with the idea of how to make the entire Web more universally designed, i.e., more accessible and useful to all people, including those with disabilities. CAST examined existing Web accessibility guidelines, recognized the improbability of Web developers sitting down and reading a handbook of guidelines, and wanted to create an online tool Web designers could use to easily implement those guidelines."
  • GIF Animation on the WWW (Royal E. Frazier Jr.)

108. JEP: SGML And PDF
The better that publishers understand sgml and PDF, the sooner they ll The web offers a wealth of opportunities for further exploration of sgml and PDF.
SGML and PDFWhy We Need Both
by BILL KASDORF Book and journal publishers need to approach the two key technologies used in making print and electronic products SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language, and PDF, Adobe Acrobat's Portable Document Format with an open mind. Each of those technologies is very powerful in its own way; but ultimately, many publishers will use both in order to achieve the most streamlined workflow and make the best use of their intellectual property. Introduction
One of the most common misconceptions among publishers expanding from print into electronic publishing is that they must choose between two competing technologies SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language (or one of its close relatives, HTML and XML), and PDF, Adobe Acrobat's Portable Document Format. Reflections on the Revolution
Editor's Gloss: Bill Kasdorf
Transforming Print Encyclopedias Mosby's GenRx Success Creating Wiley InterScience ... CIAO: A New Model
  • SGML and PDF ISO 12083 Content Management Systems Lieb:
    Access Code
    Front Page
    In fact, those technologies complement each other. Publishers who understand how to use them appropriately often wind up using both. Publishers who take a more partisan view, placing their bets exclusively with one or the other, miss opportunities to make the most of their intellectual property, to deliver the most useful products to their readers, and to make the hybrid print/electronic world we live in a practical and economical reality.
  • 109. | SPARC | Publishing Resources
    The following resources apply to those who wish to publish and manage online Journal Management, Database publishing Group Inc. A webbased suite of
    Related Pages... Open Access Resources Journal Indexing Publishing Resources Repository Resources Publishing Resources The following resources apply to those who wish to publish and manage online journals and archives. They range from written guides to commercial software suites and are presented in the following categories: Please respond to SPARC with requests for documents or more information, as well as additions or corrections to the following lists. Contact companies individually for product pricing. Planning Resources The SPARC Consulting Group (SCG) provides business, financial, and strategic planning services to universities and university presses, learned societies, and other academic and nonprofit organization publishers. Resources they have produced include:

    110. Computers & Texts 15: Burnard
    sgml on the web Too Little Too Soon, or Too Much Too Late But many (if notmost) readers would like to be author and publishers too that empowerment
    No. 15
    Table of Contents

    August 1997
    SGML on the Web: Too Little Too Soon, or Too Much Too Late
    Lou Burnard
    Humanities Computing Unit
    University of Oxford This paper is adapted from a presentation at 'A Decade of Power', the third annual conference of the Belgium-Luxembourg SGML Users Group, held in Brussels 30-31 October 1996. Readers may not need to be reminded what SGML is (Standard Generalized Markup Language: the international standard for structured document interchange, ISO 8879 (1986) if you have forgotten). It might also be helpful to remind you of what exactly the Web is, particularly now that URLs and cyberspace have become an established part of journalism, junk capitalism, and other components of life as we know it. The best definition of the World Wide Web I have come across was from Dave Raggett, who pointed out that the Web has exactly three components:
    • A set of protocols for exchanging data (HTTP, telnet, FTP, Gopher, etc.); A name space within which data objects can be identified (URLs); An interchange format (HTML).

    111. Access Headlines: NCSA/SOFTQUAD
    The first sgml viewer for the World Wide web, SoftQuad Panorama opens up the Publishers are running up against the edges of the web s capabilities,
    setMenu=""; currentIMG=""; setMenu="newsmenu"; currentIMG ="newsimg"; Skip Navigation [1] Toggle Text Only Site Map Contacts
    Search: Overview Staff Publications Leadership Divisions ... News Releases Phased A-tract DNA in a solution of salt and water. Image courtesy of David Beveridge, Wesleyan University, and Matthew Yong, Rockefeller University. For further information, see "Nuances of DNA." Jump to top [2]
    Access News Release
    released 05.18.95 Contact Information
    Karen Green
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    217.265.0748 phone
    217.265.0460 fax CHAMPAIGN, IL The National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, SoftQuad Inc. of Toronto, and Synex Information AB of Stockholm, Sweden, have announced the availability of SoftQuad Panorama - a first-of-its-kind SGML browsing technology available in free as well as commercial formats. Designed to work in conjunction with the center's ground-breaking NCSA Mosaic browser, Panorama dramatically increases the usefulness of the World Wide Web by allowing the publication and viewing of online version of existing SGML documents. "As successful as the Web is, its content has been built on a very simple representation of information," said Joseph Hardin, an associate director of NCSA. "We're strengthening the Web's academic usefulness and commercial viability by opening up fully to SGML, the international standard already used by government and industry around the world, for both paper-based and electronic publishing."

    112. Agencies In Need Of Media-neutral Docs Should Try Out SGML
    If you publish mostly to the web and spread the files across two or three To get to that level, you ll need a real web whiz with solid sgml training.

    Washington Technology
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    January 27, 1997; Vol. 16 No. 2
    Agencies in need of media-neutral docs should try out SGML
    Are you ready to shift your World Wide Web site into neutral? The growing popularity of ''media-neutral'' publishing systems is beginning to have a big impact on the way documents are created for storage on Web servers. The idea: Store all your agency's documents in one format in a back-end document management system. Then retrieve them over your intranet for easy updates, and convert them on the fly for Web or CD-ROM publication. If that sounds familiar, it's probably because you remember similar claims made several years ago for the Standard Generalized Markup Language. SGML's Web subset, the Hypertext Markup Language, took another path when browser builders kept adding their own extensions for ever-fancier pages. Now the differences between SGML and HTML further complicate document conversion. Another thing that's slowed Web document management is that most products in this category are proprietary and don't mesh well with the Internet's open systems orientation. But as Web sites grow, system developers and resellers are working to adapt existing products for Web use.

    113. The Allen Press Newsletter
    An increasing number of publishers are also adopting sgml as their format for In our view, sgml web browsers will play a significant part in the future
    "We send Science around the world"
    Publishing with SGML
    This newsletter is the latest in a continuing series devoted to the electronic publishing issues facing scientific and scholarly publishers. One of the most important challenges facing publishers in this time of rapid technological change is to find surviving hardware and software standards. We understand that hype in the software and on-line service marketplace make this difficult to do. There are a number of coding standards now being marketed as the answer to the electronic publishing question. Some of them, particularly the ones that represent commercial, proprietary interests, will raise publishing costs and limit possibilities. Some represent quick fixes, bound by the current limitations of on-line protocols, and will lead to dead ends as technology advances. As we stated in our newsletter about electronic publishing a year ago, Allen Press is committed to SGML, Standard Generalized Markup Language, as "the electronic information format with the greatest future publishing potential" (The Allen Press Newsletter, August 1994, p. 6). In the last year we have strengthened our commitment to SGML. Our purpose in this newsletter is to explain SGML's benefits as a publishing standard and describe how we have used SGML at Allen Press in the past year to ensure that our clients are prepared to take advantage of the developing on-line protocols for electronic publishing.

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