SEVEN STEPS TO PUTTING YOUR COSTUME SHOP ONLINE Quick methodsfor putting information about your costume shop
SEVEN STEPS TO PUTTING YOUR COSTUME SHOP ONLINE
A poster presentation to be delivered at theUSITT conference in Denver, March 2000: Quick methods for putting information about your costume shop/costume program on to the Internet. Shows where to get freeweb space, how to make images for putting on the Net, and how to build a Web page without knowing HTML. Also offersadvice on content. Will include brief information on the topics below, with a handout listing URL's for furtherinformation.
Why you should put your costume shop on the Internet. Student Recruitment
What you should put on your site. Staff & Students
Services (rentals, loans, workshops, tours)
General Information (hours of operation, policies, etc.)
Culture (why you are different/better/interesting)
How to make pictures that will work on the net. Scanning done by Photo Processors
Putting the site together WYSIWYG Web Editors
Making Pages in Word
Where to get free web space. Your University
Free Online Providers
How to Get your New Site Listed Search Engines
Costume Web Ring
(much more extensive than this presentation).
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