Awards Bestowed in Kindness
May 25, 2001
Blue Web'n Hot Pick
This area of the Internet
Brothers site is subtitled Helpware for the Cybercommunity. Whatever it is, if
you are working with students on webpages, this is a must read. What are layers?
How do you do a Quicktime VR panorama, and make it easier to load? What is
dynamic HTML, and which version should you try to implement? Update your HTML
skills, or just visit the areas marked with a green dot (for beginners).
Pacific Bell Knowledge Network
December 14, 2000
StudyWeb Featured Site
Internet Brothers Photo Tips, has been selected
as a featured site in Lightspan's StudyWeb® as one of the best educational
resources on the Web by our researchers.
StudyWeb® is one of the Internet's premier sites for educational resources for
students and teachers. Since 1996, our expert reviewers have scoured the
Internet to select only the finest sites to be included in StudyWeb's listing
of educational links.
Leslie Kenny - Director of Educational Research,
StudyWeb®, Division of Lightspan, Inc.
August 23, 2002
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general public quickly and easily navigate the Web and find only the best
sites. The Web Feet Seal of Approval tells the Web community that your site
is a valuable and trusted online resource.
Kathy Nguyen - Editor,
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