I started putting design tips on my WWW pages of the Past page, and I've been told that some of them were very helpful in other people's design, so I've created these pages. They're a bit rough-and-ready, but they may give you a few ideas. You won't find any tips on how to use Flash or Dreamweaver, or Director, as they are intended to be generic tips which can be incorporated into any WWW-based design.
You may be interested in some of the pages on XML and Flash. They show how the WWW is likely to evolve.
One new area is my .NET and ASP.NET 2.0 Web pages:
Visual Basic provides an excellent platform for learning networking programs. It is especially useful in presenting models for client-server and peer-to-peer networking. For this I've developed a number of programs which illustrate the main concepts of network programming, and in communicating with a number of session layer protocols, such as HTTP (WWW), FTP (file transfer) and SMTP (E-mail). Most of the programs should work under Visual Basic Version 5/6.
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