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These pages

These pages are made and maintained primarily by I. G. Bearden and C. H. Christensen.

A consistent look and feel throughout the pages is obtained via the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and a skeleton HTML page, into which individual parts are inserted via the use of a Makefile.

To insure the best possible viewing pleasure on all platforms, the pages conforms to the document type

   <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">   

And adherence to this is checked using the W3C HTML validator. The CSS used is validated by the W3C CSS validator.

In the HTML 4.0 specification, it is not specified how a browser should interpret the WIDTH attribute of the <IMG> tag. Hence, some browser (Netscape Navigator, Mozilla, Opera) take the WIDTH attribute as a size to rescale to, keeping the aspect ratio of the image; while others (Amaya) only adjusts the width of the image, and leaves the height at its original value height to it's original size, thereby distorting the image. Both sets of browsers are right. However, to get the prober representation, most images on these pages have been explicitly scaled to the right size. Therefore, you can not expect to find bigger sized images, than those you see.

The HTML skeleton


The Makefile


The Cascading Style Sheet



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