SLAC WWW Page Authoring
22 Dec 1995
Note: "Authoring Tools for SLAC HTML Document Developers"
has been moved to
Please update any links you control.
If you want to create some Web pages,
here're some SLAC-specific information to help you get started authoring
and installing Web pages into the production system.
For a summary of the WWW information model here, see the
SLAC Introduction to WWW.
N.B.: This page is preliminary and incomplete.
The Web is changing rapidly.
How we recommend doing things at SLAC will change, too.
Guidelines, Conventions, and Standards
- Page Installation
- "How to Put Pages in the SLAC Web" with instructions
for installing group pages and other documents on the SLAC WWW server.
- Template Page
- "Draft Template for SLAC WWW Page" where some proposed SLAC-wide guidelines
are presented. Includes sample
- Privacy Proposal*
- Proposal to D. Leith on "Privacy and Confidentiality Issues in SLAC WWW Information." Describes matters page authors should consider when outlining pages.
- WWW Style Report
- The "WWW Style Committee Report" where some stylistic guidelines
are put forward for SLAC pages. Topics include page ownership, titling, date,
institutional identification, and legal information, as well as
a model for core SLAC pages.
- Revised URL Scheme
- "Revised WWW URL and File Naming Scheme" on naming pages in the UNIX file
WWW rules to see how SLAC URL
currently map to the UNIX file system.
- Placeholder Page
- "SLAC Placeholder Page" to layout structure while new pages are in
- "SLAC Page-Design Playpen" where alternative page layouts are
presented for user consideration and feedback.
- Authoring Tools
- "Authoring Tools for SLAC HTML Document Developers" with
pointers to tools and services that may be helpful.
- Page-Enriching Utilities
- "URLs to Use SLAC Web Utilities in HTML Pages" to summarize SLAC-written
scripts designed to enrich the functionality and robustness of your
If you are starting to write
scripts, see especially
"Writing More Secure CGI Scripts"
and the document on
how to enclose the CGI scripts you write in SLAC's security "wrapper" command,
- Server Statistics
- "SLAC WWW Server Statistics" including page usage (prototype).
See also the
Revised URL Scheme
and the "Tools" section.
- Page Needed
- " New WWW Pages Needed" to solicit pages to fill in gaps in the Web
- Pointer Template Page
- "Draft Template for SLAC WWW Pointer Page" to aid in smooth migration
of pages from old URL and file systems to new.
Pointer page in the old location links to the new.
Other Information at SLAC
For a summary of material available at SLAC for those supplying
Web pages or other services, see
SLAC WWW Resources.
* Access to this link is restricted to SLAC users.