The Internet is expanding
- at all levels, and in many directions. At its inception all that was possible
was the exchange of simple text files. Now, new technologies that expand the
capabilities of the Internet are being unveiled almost daily.
CyberView prides itself
on being able to offer an array of technologies that have entered the Internet
mainstream and are thus available to the largest number of viewers.
is a simple programming language that can provide your site with
some interesting features. While many scripts are pretty useless,
some are very handy (such as the pop-up boxes on our Services page. There are thousands of scripts available - or CyberView's
programmers can create one on demand.
- Java Applets
- Java Applets
are in fact tiny computer programs that are downloaded and run on
your computer. They can perform a large number of functions such
as the navigation bar on the left, the animated 'CyberView' at the
top of your screen, the Lake applet is in use on our Site
Index, and the Fade Applet outlines our offerings on CyberView's Services page. CyberView has a large library
of 'ready to go" applets available - custom programming is
available to meet your specific needs.
- DHTML, combined
with Cascading Style Sheets, are quietly revolutionising the field
of website design. The animation and interactivity options it provides
are awesome - and its only just arrived. Only 4.0 generation browsers
can recognise DHTML so visitors to this site with 3.0 browsers or
lower won't have seen the DHTML animations we've incorporated. One
BIG problem is that Netscape and Microsoft have their own 'flavours'
of DHTML - CyberView is firmly neutral in the browser wars - the
DHTML incorporated into our sites is viewable by both the
major browsers. e.g. Splash.
Style Sheets (CSS)
- Cascading Style
Sheets are a new innovation that removes the layout limitations
of HTML and raises website design to the level of a full scale DTP
utility. An entire site takes its layout guides from a single file
- change the file, the whole site changes. Fonts, borders, colours,
size, and other features are addressed by CSS1 - CSS2, which allows
such refinements as layered graphics, is currently supported only
by MSIE 4.0.
- CyberView has
always liked working in FLASH, the resulting full multimedia
experiance is very rewarding both to the client and to the developer.
Anything is possible if you can think it we can build it and more...
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