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1Venditto, G.: Duelling tools : IW Labs tests 6 HTML authoring programs.
In: Internet world. 7(1996) no.4, S.36(+10 S.).
Abstract: Reviews in detail 6 contemporary HTML software packages designed to assist people in designing and authoring their own WWW web site and web pages. The 6 tools were tested at the IW Labs in Westport, CT, and consist of: PageMill 1.0; Spider 1.1; Frontpage 1.0; Internet Assistant; WebAuthor 2.0; and HoTMetaL Pro 2.0. Comparative data derived from the tests are presented in a table
Objekt: HTML ; PageMill ; Spider ; FrontPage ; Internet Assistant ; WebAuthor ; HoTMetaL
2Venditto, G.: Search engine showdown : IW Labs tests seven Internet search tools.
In: Internet world. 7(1996) no.5, S.79-86.
Abstract: Reports results of the IW Labs tests carried out on 7 major WWW search engines available free of charge on the Internet: AltaVista; Excite; InfoSeek; Lycos; Open Text; Web Crawler; and WWW Worm. Notes the differences between these 7 search engines and the Net directories like Yahoo and Magellan, which are essentially registries of web sites based on descriptions submitted by webmasters or written by the directory's staff. The search engines were tested using both simple searches for the name of a celebrity or a popular web site as well as more complex searches. Results indicated that the most relevant results and the most comprehensive results were obtained from InfoSeek and from AltaVista respectively. Excite was almost as good as InfoSeek in finding relavant pages and users who are comfortable with Boolean searching may prefer OpenText, which excels in this respect
Objekt: AltaVista ; Excite ; InfoSeek ; Lycos ; OpenText ; WebCrawler ; WWW Worm
3Venditto, G.: Browser battle : Microsoft versus Netscape.
In: Internet world. 7(1996) no.7, S.40-46,48.
Abstract: Reports on the approaching contest between the 2 new browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 and Netscape Navigator 2.02 to define the future of the WWW
Objekt: Netscape ; Microsoft Explorer