IT Services



OUCS Web Editing


Our aims are to:
The type of systems at our disposal to meet these aims are: for which the appropriate uses are as follows
Static web pages
authoritative documentation (eg most of www.oucs, welcometoit.ox etc)
Dynamic pages
database display (eg course booking system)
Wiki sites
non-authoritative, multiple-author, transient (eg help centre)
OXITEMS
structured news items (eg OUCS news)
Weblearn
material to support teaching
Personal web pages
pictures of your cat
Authoritative OUCS documentation is written wherever possible in XML, and most of the static web site is in this format. The advantages are:
Documentation and Resources:
  1. How to use oXygen at OUCS (this is our preferred XML editor).
  2. How to use oXygen Subversion client (this is our preferred Subversion client).
  3. How the Publish button works
  4. Guide to making XML documents (includes accessibility issues)
  5. Technical documentation of OUCS customization of TEI schema
  6. Demonstrating OUCS-specific techniques
  7. teioop4-2009-02-05.jar: OpenOffice filters to generate TEI P4 XML
  8. teioop5-2009-02-05.jar: OpenOffice filters to generate TEI P5 XML
  9. oxitems/: information about OXITEMS
  10. http://www.w3c.org: World Wide Web Consortium site, with details of all the XML-related Recommendations