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Welcome to the Landmark Web, your guide to the issues surrounding personal computing and effective use of your own PC. We've made many resources available here: from broad-based news and views about the computing industry to specific technical support for you and your computer. So dig in and learn more about your computer and the Internet with Landmark as your guide.


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HTML-based Web Sites by Landmark

(What is HTML?)

Can you design a Web site for me?

We get asked that a lot.

The answer is yes, we can, but whether we should design a site for you depends on your expectations.

We are not Web designers by trade. Rather, we develop starter sites in HTML and Flash, and upgrade or maintain existing sites. We do this for clients who need to get started on the Web, or who have an existing site that needs work.

If you want a structure that you can modify yourself, we're a great resource. If you need some minor Web work done, we can do it economically and intelligently.

If you want us to set up a Content Management System for you, talk to us.

If you're looking for award-winning graphics or a technically sophisticated e-commerce site, we're probably not a good fit.

Want a classy-looking Web site instantly? Our subsidiary company, Domains by Landmark, offers a service called Web Site Tonight that lets you choose from over 100 professionally designed templates. You build your own site in real time, adding your own photos or graphics and typing in your own text. No manuals to read, no technical language to learn you'll build your site right inside your familiar Web browser!

A five-page Economy site plenty of space for most anyone is just $8.00 per month. And Web Site Tonight includes Web hosting and an email account!

No matter how you get your Web site up and running, we hope you'll consider Domains by Landmark as your Web host. We offer inexpensive but rock-solid Web servers and 24/7 free technical support.

Samples of our HTML-based Web sites

Having said that, we present below a few Web sites that we have sketched out and/or developed. These focused, relatively compact sites are representative of our skill set:

Chesapeake Bay House: developed from an HTML template for a client with a bayside rental house in Maryland. Features a photo gallery and an interactive rental calendar.
DGR Management, Inc.: developed for a private mental health practice in Pennsylvania. Features photos of the therapists and several online forms in PDF format.
Ameri-Tech Concepts: toner cartridge manufacturing tools. Completely rebuilt this site page by page as Ameri-Tech's focus changed from building laser toner cartridges to supplying tools and chemicals to other builders.
Metropolitan Washington Mensa: Built this site from scratch.

Landmark Computer Laboratories: our primary Web site. We switched to a new domain name and entirely rebuilt our site in 2003. This site has its roots in content developed for our vintage-1995 first Web site, now outdated but still posted for its archival value. The new Landmark site is more interactive, more attractive, and more contemporary.

Interested? Contact us.

 

What is HTML?

HyperText Markup Language is the coding language used to create hypertext documents for the World Wide Web. HTML files are viewed with a World Wide Web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. Simple markup codes tell the browser program on how to interpret a web page:

  • where and how text and graphics should be placed,
  • how to display other media (graphics, sound, and video), and
  • how to navigate to hyperlinks embedded in the page.

The coding is straightforward and well documented. For example, a block of text can surrounded by tags can indicate that the text should appear in bold face or italics or both. A block of text or an image can be linked to another file on the Web.

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