Our goal with this web site is to
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This web site was built with several text editors, including the infamous Windows Notepad. The most used editor, however, was PSPad, a
Another programmers' text editor that has been around for awhile is Netepad++, which offers many functions and customizations and is also free.
Although a bit advanced, the ideas and examples displayed at Astral Consultancy are straightforward and not a major challenge to comprehend. Their article, "Popup Style Window Using Elements", inspired some of our coding.
"Twistedsifter" offers an eclectic mix of photographs and provided leads to some obscure NASA photos.
Popup tooltips are an elegant way to enrich a web page. After experimenting with the code from this site, we began to modify and play with it. There are other ways to style pop-up messages, but this does work. Some layouts may act erratically, but usually by manipulating several of the
Quirksmode.com wrestles with the problems encountered when trying to display a page on different browsers and on different devices, i.e. tablets and small-screen phones. Meandering through the site has also jogged some creative ideas with regard to
Quackit.com is highly useful for fledgling web designers.
Wikipedia: Wikipedia is a free-online encyclopedia. Nearly everything on the site is licensed for free use by anyone on the planet. The site is operated on donations. All of us who use this phenomenal sanctuary of human knowledge should consider makikng a contribution.
Anyone with a little experience with the inner workings of the Internet soon realizes that a lot of people offer free software that is worthy for use by the best of the programmers out there in Cyberland. Many of these free programs are better in some ways than their commercial counterparts. Although many of these software packages issued under a GNU license agreement are not jammed with numerous features, they do provide the clean functionality that I personally prefer.
A rich collection of infra-red and ultraviolet photography by Bjørn Rørslett can be seen at www.naturfotograf.com/index2.html
While on the subject of software, there are a few freely licensed software packages that deserve mention:
If a copyright conflict exists, send us an e-mail and we will promptly seek a solution. We appreciate the generosity of many netizens and we are here to serve the global net community, as well as share our work with others around the world.
A final note of appreciation to the late Carl Sagan for his contributions to knowledge. He eloguently warned against prejudice and mass hysteria in his book The Demon Haunted World, published by Random House Publishing Group (© Carl Sagan 1996; ISNN 978-0-345-40946-1). Scientists and astronomers remember him for his extensive research and lucidly written publications. Philosophers remember Dr. Sagan for his book, Pale Blue Dot. His manuscripts were always flawlessly prepared for publication and nearly eliminated the need for copyeditors to mark-up his pages; he was meticulous.
Several agencies of various branches of government in Korea offer a variety of information that would be especially interesting for tourists: Visit Korea