On the Migration to the New SLAC Page Design
22 Dec 1995
On Thursday evening/Friday morning, December 14/15, 1995, a major upgrade
to the SLAC Web was installed.
Below is a summary of the highlights:
- Gives an overview of the major changes to the design of the central pages
in SLAC's Web.
- Core Pages
- Describes the new, three-page model for the core of SLAC's Web.
This design was recommended in the WWW Style Committee's Report, the section titled
A Model for the SLAC Laboratory Core Pages."
(Note that the Welcome, Highlighted, and Detailed pages were called the
Institutional, Sparse, and Dense pages there.)
- Standard Formatting
- Explains the new SLAC logo and the top and bottom button (menu) bars.
See also the WWW Style Committee's Report on
Institutional Identifiers and
- Summarizes associated page movements from SLACVM and the UNIX NFS file system
into the new, regularized UNIX AFS file space.
- Browser Default
- Describes in general terms how to change the default page your browser displays
the SLAC Welcome Page, to one more suitable for you.
- Obsolete Links
- Summarizes the major links that are obsolete and their replacements to
help you update your pages.