From the Editor
Check Out the New STC Web Site
By Rebecca Taylor, Product Marketing Manager, Hewlett-Packard
The Society office has released a new version of its web site this month. The announcement sent to STC leaders and editors offers a good chance for some basic instruction on Web design.
Many web designs these days heavily rely on tables to accomplish delicate spacing and column designs. The new STC web site has moved away from relying on tables and has instead used Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to perform most of the formatting. According the Society announcement, the advantage of CSS is that it "separates site content from presentation" and offers the following benefits:
The STC web site has also enhanced the following features:
The new design is based on member feedback and usability testing. According to the Society office, the STC staff plans to continue making improvements based on member feedback, so I encourage you to visit the new site (still at www.stc.org) and send your input to the STC webmaster.
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