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 What's New: October 14, 1998 NH

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Dmitry's Design Lab: Designing a Designer's Site
You design Web sites for Fortune 500 (or smaller) companies. What's the most important site you'll ever design? That's right: YOURS! Overcome the self-promotion-site challenge with the able guidance of Dmitry Kirsanov as he walks you through the design of his own www.kirsanov.com. By Dmitry Kirsanov. 981014
Rich Wiggins Interviewed
Our own Rich Wiggins was interviewed by Brian McWilliams today for Internet NewsRadio about the Altavista/AskJeeves alliance. 981013
3D Animation Workshop: Nendo - Innovation in Modeling
The new Nendo modeler from Nichimen Graphics is fun, fantastic, and almost free. Experience the magic with Robert Polevoi. 981013
Fall Internet World Highlights
Your intrepid webmaster files a report from New York. Find out what products are hot, get the scoop on the Penton/Mecklermedia buyout, and see where Peter's hierarchical menus have appeared lately. From the WebReference Update by Andrew King. 981013
Doc JavaScript: Introducing DOCJSLIB, A Cross-Browser JavaScript Library
Introducing DOCJSLIB Version 1.0, a cross-browser JavaScript image and DHTML element manipulation library. We want you to focus on your ideas, rather than reinvent the wheel. DOCJSLIB hides browser inconsistencies and accelerates your programming. By Dr. Yehuda Shiran. 981012
Internet Buzz: Exclusive! AltaVista Forms Alliance with AskJeeves
This week AltaVista quietly launched a major transformation of its search service, integrating the AskJeeves knowledge base alongside the traditional spider. In this exclusive report, learn what's happening behind-the-scenes at AltaVista - and what the deal means for Compaq, AskJeeves, and 30 million users per day. By Rich Wiggins. 981010
E-Commerce Watch: Let's Talk About Threats - Installment One
E-commerce is under attack - and not just from its critics. Adequate security is the only protection you're afforded to separate your site from disaster. Learn about these threats and what you can do to lessen their effects. By Mark Merkow. 981009
Web Color Resources
This Halloween season, place a hex on your Web pages with the help of our list of resources. 981008
Related Article: Which Color Palette?
Find out which color palette does not dither on Macs and PCs on 8-bit machines. Includes the non-dithering palette, CLUT, and swatch for easy download. Part of Optimizing Web Graphics, an article on how to create graphics for the Web that load fast and don't dither. By Andrew King.
DHTML Diner: Hierarchical Menus - Addendum II (v3.02)
This second maintenance version of our popular script incorporates the new Navigator 4 resize bug fix from DHTML Diner, and addresses a problem related to item javascript: URLs in Navigator. Upgrade to this new version to make sure all your visitors enjoy the maximum features possible on their system. By Peter Belesis. 981007
HTML Converters
Convert your documents now and all the secrets of the Universe will be laid before you. 981007
 Internet.com Highlights

Java for the Webmaster: All Gain, No Pain
If you're thinking about using Java, but don't know where to start...this article tells you all about Java, types of applets, adding an applet to your Web site, troubleshooting and more! By Scott Clark. 981012
The XML Files: Understanding the DOM, Part 3
The DOM has just been passed as a final recommendation by the W3C. In this column, learn the structures and interfaces within the DOM that allow you to program it directly. 981002
Introduction to Perl 5
Suitable for those who already have some familiarity with Perl 4, this tutorial highlights the new features of Perl 5 including a new data type, the my keyword, and object oriented-tools and libraries. By Selena Sol. 981002
Dr. Website: Form Data, Redirection, and CGI
Why you don't have to worry about separating Java-enabled browsers from non-Java browsers using JavaScript, and other failures of logic. From WebDeveloper.com. 980929

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