WELCOMEWelcome to the Publishing on the Web Forum!
The Publishing on the Web Forum is one of the best places to learn to design and create quality web pages. Whether you are a beginner or expert, whether your interests are running a business, pursuing a hobby, learning about the web, finding a job with the aid of a good online resume, or just showing everyone who you are, you can get help here.
There is lots of help here from our web development resources:
and above all, from fellow web developers in the Publishing on the Web Message Forum.
If you are a veteran developer, you will find this a rewarding place, too. (This revolutionary medium is developing so fast that anyone with over six months experience is an old veteran.) It is a good place to exchange your experiences and interests with other experienced people. We encourage you to help the newcomers with their questions and make them feel part of the community, too. In the Message Forum, if you wish, you can select which topics to follow, or you can read and participate in all of them.
Walt Howe is your Forum Host, and he is a long term net veteran, and a frequent author, speaker, conference organizer, and trainer on the Internet. Walt estimates he has helped a half million people get started on the nets. He is assisted by the irrepressible Gunter Eisenstadt and the many others who join the discussions and help out here.
Message Board Policies. You are welcome to ask or answer questions in the Forum. You don't have to be serious all the time, either. We appreciate a good joke, and we enjoy the interesting people who join in. We also welcome brief, informative new product or service announcements as long as they are related to the purposes of the Forum and do not try a hard sell. Obvious ads or off topic postings will be promptly deleted. When in doubt, ask us first.
As William Bendix used to say, "What a revolting development this is!"