TPO's Plug-in Central

With the net changing on a daily basis, You need to get the plug-ins needed for your browser (Netscape right... ?? )

TPO's Pick for the most usefull and innovative Internet application ever (trust TPO on this.... THIS IS HOT !!! ) is PointCast , which provides news, sports, stock quotes and weather all customizable to your needs.

To see all the Virtual Reality on the WWW, you'll need Live 3D which includes Live Audio and Live Video. Topper provides support for Virtual Reality Behavior Language (VRBL). Viscape is VR software for Marketing, training and entertainment. V-Realm provides advanced HTML aspects and support for VRML standards. WIRL VR Browser has a powerful VRML environment that supports authoring.

A lot of web pages have built in Sound files that you may not even know about unless you have the propper plug-in Crescendo! provides support for MIDI files. Echospeech does a great job of compressing speech files and embedding them into your page. RealAudio provides real-time sound over the net (radio broadcasts etc....).

There are a lot of graphics on the net besides GIF and JPG files... are you seeing them? NOT if you don't have the proper Graphics viewer!!! Mbed allows for embedding animated GIF files into your pages. Shockwave is one of the top plugins available with versions vor authoring, Freehand and Director. Sizzler cuts download times by streaming QuickTime videos and PICS files. CoolFusion streams AVI files, letting you vire them as they arrive. This plugin also replaces Media Player as your file viewer. . Ncompass ActiveX Figleaf supports over a dozen. KEYview allows Netscape o recognize over 200 file types, but is still a little buggy... Word Viewer enables you to post MS Word documents w/o having to mark them up with HTML, the user just gets this, and views the .DOC file !!!

Misc: Look@Me is going to thrill Timbuktu users, with it, you can collaborate with web users on documents! Ichat is a great chat system that works well (within Netscape !!).


HTML and CGI Tutorials

First stop, the The HTML Primer Writing HTML has the basics of the basics and is presented in tutorial format. Introduction to HTML has some good guidelines, changes in HTML with ver 3.0 as well as information on CGI.. HTML Quick Reference lists all the tags, but has a really lame midi in the background. RFC 1630 has technical information for unifying syntax of names and addresses of objects as used on the web. HTML Design Guide has some more advanced help including marquees, tables, frames and inline elements. Web Designer's Paradise has everything from basic to advanced tips and tools. Instantaneous Introduction to CGI scripts and HTML has some good technical information.


TPO's Favorite HTML Programming Sites

For various backgrounds (like my texture here) try Russ's Backgrounds or even Web Designs Backgrounds. or KPT Backgrounds . If you are not looking for backgrounds, but just color then try Background Colors. Other usefull items you will need are: HTML LINES and HTML Balls , and Graphics and Textures . You can find a lot of these at Daryl's Archive . The Background Sampler from Netscape has a lot of very sedate yet useful backgrounds. Backgrounds has another very good selection of backgrounds and loads rather quickly. 3D Webscape Intro Page has some very unique 3D Webscape backgrounds. Texture Land has interesting and unusual texture background images. The Backgrounds Archive has some nice leechable backgrounds Paul's Background Texture has some unique colour, greyscale and animal backgrounds Realm Graphics has a very good assortment of backgrounds downloadable as .zip files The @ Barckground Archive has an assorment of new, homemade and imported backgrounds Vision Graphx has a good array plus seamless backgrounds Mac Daddy's Background Sampler has over 100 backgrounds along with a tutorial Awesome Background Archive has some normal and different backgrounds...

And don't forget to stop by The Web Development Journal for some hot HTML tips!



Web Browsers

Netscape ver 4.0 (beta) is what I use daily. I think it beats the competition hands down. Microsoft Internet Explorer ver 3.0 is the lesser of the two, but also pretty decent. Windows95/NT Browser Plug-ins has some goodies for the 32 bit operating systems. Helpers & Plug-in .has even more of the delicious pluging. Download Win95 Accessories has the newest plug-ins and lots of other plug-in links. HotJava from Sun was made for running Java (doh!) I-View is a powerful yet small offline browser for those that are really concerned about online time costs NCSA Mosaic is the original web browser... now obviously outdated, but hey... somebody might still want it



HTML Editors and Tools

HotDog from Sausage Software... imho, it is the best html editor available at the moment . HTML Writer is a very easy to use HTML creator and editor. Guide to Forms provides a complete no-brainer guide to writing forms. Imagemap Help Page is a good starting place for learning how to do imagemaps. Procedure for Imagemap is another good imagemap tutorial. Mapedit is available here for download. LiveImage has an easy to use image mapper. Map This is ready to download and has helpful hints. Image Map Creator tells you exactly how to create your first imagemap. Tables in Netscape will show you how to do tables. The Transparent/Interlaced GIF Resource Page has some good information and downloadable tools. The Asylum's GIF Transparentifier will create a transparent gif directly from your URL. How to Make Seamless Backgrounds will show you exactly that. HTML Counter FAQ will tell you all you need to know about setting up your counter. Choosing a Background Colour shows you how different colours look as backgrounds. The Background Generator will colourise background images for you. Background Colours shows you the rgb code for various colours. ColourServe Pro will give you the rgb code for ANY colour... I use this one all the time. Home Page Generator will generate a page for you online if you really can't get into the swing of things.


TPO's Image and Animation Links

Eric's Hot Icons has lots and lots of icons. The VirtuaLibrary has a nice selection of icons and supports frames. Gilbert's Icon Archive has a good assortment of everything you'll need for your site. The Clip Art Connection is a very large collection of clip art. A+ Art has a ton of bullets, icons and ani gifs. National Flags has virtually every national flag EXCEPT Singapore (YES!!!). JZ's Pardon My Icons has some very unusual icons. BenBer Does Icons has a good selection of icons, animation and backgrounds. Laurie McCanna's Free Art has some original artwork plus PhotoShop tips. Digit Mania has original digit sets for your counters or clocks. JZ Presents the Gif Animation Gallery has some different sort of animations. EZWEB Animator will animate your gifs online .


TPO's Sound Ideas

Crescendo Plug-in for Netscape (also avail above in the Plug-in area) Beta Crescendo Plus Microsoft Active X Version for Win95 & NT (smoother, if you are running a 32 bit OS). Celtic Midi Files For an Irish flavor. Disney Midi Page sort of a Mickey Mouse collection! The Classical Midi Archive Mr Data's Movie Midi's a lot of classics here! Chrono's Midi File Archive dozens of assorted goddies!!!! Ultimate Midi File Collection What can I say ? even more!!! Midi File Central and more...... Index of Best Midi's and more..... The Midi Farm (farm?..) this is where they grow them, I guess!!! Gerd's Midi Pages and still more...... Mike Peterson's Midi Archiveguess what? ... even more !!! Midi File Library wonder what he has here? Hmmm.... Could it be MORE MIDI FILES???? Java's Home Page is a good starting point. Gamelan's Java Directory has loads of information... too much to list here. The Java/HotJava FAQ can answer all your basic questions. Understanding Java is a good tutorial. Java World is IDG's Java zine. Digital Focus Java Programmers Q & A. Java Applet Resources has some Java source, demos and links. The Animator Applet has some nice demos plus the source. The Java Boutique has a warehouse of Java applets for you to leech. Lem Con One has good advanced HTML examples as well as Java scripts. MapApps is a decent Java Imagemap app. The JavaScript Index has... well, go figgur. Poland's JavaScript Examples is another self explanatory site.


TPO's Java Joint

Java's Home Page is a good starting point. Gamelan's Java Directory has loads of information... too much to list here. The Java/HotJava FAQ can answer all your basic questions. Understanding Java is a good tutorial. Java World is IDG's Java zine. Digital Focus Java Programmers Q & A. Java Applet Resources has some Java source, demos and links. The Animator Applet has some nice demos plus the source. The Java Boutique has a warehouse of Java applets for you to leech. Lem Con One has good advanced HTML examples as well as Java scripts. MapApps is a decent Java Imagemap app. The JavaScript Index has... well, go figgur. Poland's JavaScript Examples is another self explanatory site.


Specific Java Tools

Java Binaries for machines supported by the Alpha3 release for Sun Solaris and Sparcs (remember to untar the file by typing: zcat hotjava-alpha3-solaris2-sparc.tar.Z | tar xvf - Java Binaries for machines supported by the Alpha2 release for NT and x86 computers. This is a self extracting file. Dynamic BillBoard used to conserve space on a page by replacing a number of images with one applet that steps through images using special effects Hot Mudslide Home Page is a Java based MUD client.


TPO's Network Security links ! ! !

A lot of what the TPO does for a living revolves around Network Security. If you are looking to connect a network to the Internet, you are in the right place !! I will show you all you need to know about Enabling Networks for the Internet. Or perhaps you are ready to design a good server and need Internet Host Software. . If security is a concern for you, stop by my Firewall FAQ Page. If you think that your network may have been compromised, see this Compromise FAQ. To learn about Annonymous FTP , Sniffers or Patches we've got all the FAQs !! I've also got a listing of Vendors for you. If Data security is a concern, stop by Premenos Encryption Home Page and surely the PGP Page . DOS Hack Tools and (of course) UNIX Hack Tools are great sites. And here's a UNIX Tutorial for all you UNIX challanged persons.

TPO's Hacking links ( direct from his book marks!!! )



TPO's Tech Stops

Download a FREE copy of Internet Phone. Talk around the world on the net FREE For home Net based Video conferencing, CU-See-Me is the hot new way to go !!! This really is cool !! (1. MB and requires sound card and microphone). If you don't have a SLIP or PPP account, the WWW is better seen thru SlipKnot or even I-Comm than as a text only Web. Here's a list of a ton of Manufacturers' Phone numbers it is a super resource for trouble calls. There's a lot about SCSI Specifications here. I often go to Phoenix Technologies for info about PCMCIA cards. Another decent techie page is Technology Partners. Find out what's happening with Lotus Notes and Ascend Corp.


TPO's Tech Stops (... the sequel)

I just put in an ISDN line at home. Now I have the NET @ 128KBPS !!! here is an ISDN Primer , and here is the ISDN FAQ Here is a list of ISDN service providers But you may find this a more basic source: Bluegrass TCP/IP Tutor. If you are just getting into the net thing, you might want to stop off and read the and the IP Adddressing Tutor. For the fastest access in town, you need ATM. Good anti-insomniac reading can be found in the ATM Press Releases I read ATM White Paper and the ATM Consortium regularly for the latest scoop. While ATM is promising, we now have use of a large Frame relay backbone in the US of A, and here are some Frame and Packet Products and some info on Frame Relay Capacity Planning . You'll also want to see some Frame and Packet Products. A good group to get in with is the Frame Relay Forum . Most of the specifications are laid out by the Internet Engineering Task Force. I frequently (well....) cruise the gopher sites for Fiber Optic and LAN Magazine.


TPO's Tech Stops (... part 3 (is this a great eon, or what???))

Robotic fans will enjoy GRASP Lab and the Institute of Robotics and System Dynamics but one of my favorite labs has always been NAV Labs. Also of note are the Hubble Space Lab, the famous Marshall Labs the NASA main page , the NASA Home Page and the NASA SPACE Link are all great. And don't forget a stop at the NASA Space Images FTP Site"


TPO's Favorite HTML Programming Sites

First stop, the The HTML Primer for various backgrounds (like my texture here) try Russ's Backgrounds or even Web Designs Backgrounds. or KPT Backgrounds If you are not looking for backgrounds, but just color then try Background Colors. other usefull items you will need are: HTML LINES and HTML Balls , and Graphics and Textures . You can find a lot of these at Daryl's Archive . And don't forget to stop by The Web Development Journal for some hot HTML tips!

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