Brad Appleton's WWW and the Internet Links

Last update: Thu Feb 26 16:29:37 CST 1998

Brad Appleton
Software Tools Developer

191 links to WWW and the Internet on the World Wide Web.

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WWW and Internet Resources

CNet Internet Glossary
Computer Interfaces and the Web Links
Deja News - The Source for Internet Newsgroups!
EFFweb - The Electronic Frontier Foundation
Elsop's Webmaster Resource Center
FAQ Maintenance Aids
IETF Home Page
Infinite Ink's Internet in a Nutshell's Ask the Web Pro
Internet 101 " Tools & Techniques"
Internet Notebook
Internet Oracle Resource Index
Internet Resources Meta-Index
Kadow's Internet and Unix Dictionary
NCSA Internet and WWW Software
NCSA Internet Documentation
NCSA Software
Netizens Netbook: History & Impact of the Net
NetReady e-zine
Overview of the Internet and World-Wide Web
The SPRYNET Web site features all kinds of information and services. You'll find helpful tutorials and tours, software, technical support, personal home pages and guides to sites and events on the Internet.
Starting Points for Internet Exploration
Tasty Bits from the Technology Front
The NCSA HTTPd Home Page
W3C - The World Wide Web Consortium
Web Review
World Wide Web tutorial
World Wide Web FAQ
WEBsmith Web Resources
WebWatcher Home Page
WebWatcher is a "tour guide" agent for the world wide web. Once you tell it what kind of information you seek, it accompanies you from page to page as you browse the web, highlighting hyperlinks that it believes will be of interest. Its strategy for giving advice is learned from feedback from earlier tours.
WML: Website Meta-Language
The WWW Security FAQ
Yahoo! - World Wide Web

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WWW Browsers

Web Browsers OpenFAQ
Amaya - WWW authoring and browsing tool
Amaya is a Web client that acts both as a browser and as an authoring tool. It has been designed with the primary purpose of being a testbed for experimenting and demonstrating new specifications and extensions of Web protocols and standards. Its main features include WYSIWYG editing, support for Cascading Style Sheets, full implementation of HTML 3.2, access to remote documents through libwww, and publishing on HTTP servers using the standard PUT method.
The Arena Web Browser
Arena is a graphical web browser comprised entirely of free software. Its origins predate proprietary packages such as Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mosaic. It is the source of a number of innovations which have since been copied by other web browsers, such as HTML tables and style sheets.
W3C Arena Pages
Best Viewed With Any Browser
BrowserWatch - WWW Browser Reviews
GNUscape Navigator - the Emacs WWW Browser
Lynx Information
Lynx links
Mnemonic Browser Project
Project Mnemonic is an effort to produce a free MultiPlatform High-Performance Web Browser. Its name is an acronym for Multilithic, Non-dependent, Extenisble, Modular, Objective, Network-aware Internet Client.
NCSA Mosaic Home Page
NCSA Mosaic Web Index
QWeb - free SGML-aware WWW browser

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Hypertext and Hypermedia

Ada2HTML Tutorial
Advances in Support of Distributed Multimedia Systems
Chimera - Heterogeneous Hypermedia System
Chimera is an open, serverized, hypermedia system that supports n-ary links between heterogeneous tools and applications in a network. Objects manipulated by separate applications can be linked together through Chimera. From the user's standpoint, for example, while working with one object in one application, an anchor on the displayed object may be selected, causing another application to start up, displaying a related (linked) object. Chimera comes with bindings to Ada, C, and Java; bindings to several popular tools have been constructed. Chimera makes no assumptions or demands regarding user interface system employed or how or where objects are stored.
Documentation Systems and the WWW
Guides to HTML
How Users read on the Web
Htgrep is a Perl utility written by Oscar Nierstrasz to facilitate the construction of simple search engines for the WWW as CGI scripts. This document attempts to answer a lot of the frequently asked questions that people have about using and installing htgrep.
HTML Access Counter 4.0
HTML Author Summary
HTML converters
HTML Crash Course!!!
HTML Help by The Web Design Group
HTML Tutorial, Bill Delane
HTML Writers Guild
HTML Writers Guild: HTML Resources
HTML++ Page
htmlchek - HTML syntax and xref checker
HTPL - HTml Preprocessing Language
HyperText Markup Language (HTML): Working and Background Materials
JML - a Java extension to HTML
MuLaW - The Multi Language Web Authoring System
Perl/HTML archives
InfoBON's HTML Guide
LaTeX2HTML Translator
libHTML Home Page
NCSA - Beginner's Guide to HTML
Sizzling HTML Jalfrezi - an HTML guide
Style Guide for Online Hypertext
The Ten Commandments of HTML FAQ
UCI Hyperware Research
UCI Hyperware research provides tools, servers, and standards to enable open, heterogeneous, distributed hyperprogram technology. The UCI hyperware group is focusing on developing infrastructure to integrate link server hypermedia systems with the World Wide Web (WWW), while adding support for hyperweb configuration management, semantically-rich link generation, cooperation agents, and semi-automated rationale capture of software development processes.
VRML97 Annotated Reference Manual
Web Style Sheets
WebLinker: A tool for managing WWW cross-references
Weblint Home Page
Weblint is a syntax and minimal style checker for HTML: a Perl script which picks fluff off html pages, much in the same way traditional lint picks fluff off C programs
WN - Freeware HTTP Server
WMF - Web Mail Folder
Writing Documents for Paper and WWW
WWW & HTML Developer's JumpStation
XML - eXtensible Markup Language
XML, Java, and the future of the Web

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WWW & CGI Development

CGI and Perl

CGI: The Common Gateway Interface
CGI Programming FAQ
CGI Programming OpenFAQ
The Idiot's Guide to Solving Perl CGI Problems
Matt's Perl/CGI Script Archive
Perl CGI Programming FAQ
Perl and WWW
PerlWWW - Index of web-related Perl programs and libraries
Yahoo! CGI - Common Gateway Interface

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Apache HTTP Server Project
Architecting Systems for the Web
CERN (W3C) HTTP server daemon
GlimpseHTTP home page
GlimpseHTTP allows you to integrate search with browsing. If you have several nested directories which the user may browse, you can include the glimpse interface in each document such that only the relevant directories will be included in the search.
IBM NCF - Network Computing Framework
Internet Development Trends
IntraNet NY Conference Proceedings
Linbot is a freeware tool that can examine a web site for broken links, outdated pages, and other useful information. It is based on the commercial LinkBot from TetraNet Software (
MAWL - the Mother of All Web Languages
MAWL -- The Mother of All Web Languages -- is an application language for programming interactive services in the context of the World Wide Web. The language is simple and intuitive to learn. As with yacc, general-purpose computation is done in a host language. Currently, there is a version of MAWL for C++, and version of MAWL for Standard ML of New Jersey. MAWL offers conveniences such as control abstraction, persistent state management, synchronization, and shared memory. In addition, the MAWL compiler performs static checking designed to prevent common web programming errors.
NeoSoft Webmaster FAQ
Netscape DevEdge - Library
Netsurfer Tools
Network Magazine on the web
Plexus HTTP server
Programmer's Guide to the WWW
Putting Together a WWW Server
Secure Internet Programming: Publications
Sibylla Project
Sibylla is an application development framework for World-Wide Web based application. It allows the access, through Internet or TCP/IP LAN, to data stored in a database, to indexed HTML files or, in general, to data managed by a server-side application.
Tools for WWW providers
Web Developer: Developer's Forum
Web Home Page
Web Developer's Virtual Library
Web Development Page
Web Maintenance and Authoring System
Web* Home Page
Web* lets you publish dynamic information on the net by providing you with a scripting capability. You can design a whole set of pages, devise complex user interaction and isolate your information-providing applications from the stateless nature of the http protocol! - JavaScript and Dynamic HTML on the Web
WebGlimpse home page
WebGlimpse adds search capabilities to your WWW site automatically and easily. It attaches a small search box to the bottom of every HTML page, and allows the search to cover the neighborhood of that page or the whole site. With WebGlimpse there is no need to construct separate search pages, and no need to interrupt the users from their browsings. All pages remain unchanged except for the extra search capabilities. It is even possible for the search to efficiently cover remote pages linked from your pages. (WebGlimpse will collect such remote pages to your disk and index them.) Installation, customization (e.g., deciding which pages to collect and which ones to index), and maintenance are easy.
Webmin Software
WEBsmith(tm) Online!
WEBster, the Cyberspace Surfer
WebTechs HTML Validation Service
WWW & HTML Developer's JumpStation
The WWW Security FAQ
WWW Tools

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Internet Etiquette

Advertising on Usenet: How To Do It, How Not To Do It
Emily Postnews Answers Your Questions on Netiquette
Internet Request For Comments (RFC)
Netiquette Guide
Rules for Posting to Usenet

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Dealing with Unsolicited Mail & Spams

Abuse of Usenet: Spam, Forged Postings, and One Example
Anonymous Surfing
The Anti-Telemarketer Source
AOL PreferredMail(tm) List
Blacklist of Internet Advertisers
Blacklist of Internet Advertisers
CAUCE - Coalition Against UCE
CNET features - how to - stop spam
Dealing with Trolls Crossposting and Flames
Defending Against Email-Bombing and Unwanted Mail
Despam! A tool for filtering out e-mail spam
Existing and Emerging Anti-Spam Laws
Fetchmail FAQ
Fight Spam on the Internet!
Figuring out Fake E-mail & Posts
Filtering Mail FAQ
Get that spammer!
How to Get Rid of Junk Mail, Spam, and Telemarketers
I-way: Beating the Spammers
Ian's Anti-Spam Resources
Infinite Ink's Processing Mail with Procmail
jmfilter - Junk eMail Filter
Junk Mail Help Desk
Junk Email Resource Page
Limiting UCE
MindSpring's SPAM Filter List
NAGS Spam Filter
The Net Abuse FAQ
The Net Abuse Spam FAQ
Netizens Against Gratuitious Spamming
The Netizen's Guide to Spam, Abuse, and Internet Advertising
Outlaw Junk E-mail Now
Procmail: A Tutorial for Beginners
Procmail Spam Filter: "The Spam Bouncer"
Self-protection on the Net
Spam Be Gone! Home Page
Spam Cancellation Notice
The Spam Page
Statutes on Unsolicited E-mail
Stop Junk Email
Stop Spam!
Stop the E-mail Spammers in their tracks!
Tired of getting Unsolicited E-Mailings?
UCE: Definitions and Problems
ZFilter - elm compatible mail filter and more - Email Redirection

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