Sysops & Webmasters
put together this page as a collection of links to aid TeleFinder
Sysops and Webmasters in maintaining their sites. Looking for
something else? have a link I should add? Please send
HTML and HTTP Info
Please note that
many of these sites reference MacHHTP or WebStar compatibility only.
That's OK, they do work with TeleFinder too!
A. Wiederspan's Macintosh WWW
A comprehensive listing of resources and tutorials.
The WebMaster Macintosh WWW site is where you'll find the
latest versions of all the tools, apps and CGIs mentioned in
book, as well as pointers to the very best sites on the Net for
expect from a Rapid Application Development tool--you'll find in
Tango for FileMaker--the first tool for integrating your Web
server with your FileMaker database--without programming!
Frontier is an
integrated development environment for building and managing the
most powerful high performance websites. It leads the market for
automated website development tools.
The target user
for Frontier is a webmaster or web developer with experience in
MapServe is a imagemapping CGI program for use with TeleFinder,
MacHTTP or WebSTAR. It is written by Kelly Campbell. It lets you
support clickable icons and pictures in your web site.
CyberTech Home Page
More or less a skunkworks operation at Apple, but this is the
first time I've seen a skunkworks with a homepage. You can find
NetFinder and EG here.
Look here for
hardware and software to make your BBS standout.
BBS in a Box
BBS in a Box is the standard among BBS operators supplying Mac
files to their callers. Now AMUG has converted the collection to
Web format for Internet access as well. This 12,000+ file
collection with full descriptions requires the full-time attention
of several hard working Mac experts. If you like this service, you
can support our efforts by obtaining the collection on CD-ROM or
upgrading to a registered ftp account.
SMART SERIAL 6
The SMART SERIAL 6 is an intelligent multiport serial
communications card for use with the Power Macintosh 7200, 7500,
8500 and 9500, and with other MacOS (tm) based personal computers
which utilize the PCI bus.
MegaWolf, Inc. is an experienced developer of high-performance PCI
serial expansion products for the Macintosh. You may read the
press release online now.
A freeware listserver with an easy-to-use Macintosh interface for
use with any POP server, including TeleFinder.
Publishers of Software that connects your TeleFinder BBS to
FidoNet and the Internet.
Domain Name Server
Men & Mice offer the first Macintosh Domain Name Server that
includes all the three levels of DNS: Primary, Secondary, and
Recursive name service.
Modem Sysop Program
The Hayes Sysop Program offers a very attractive full featured
program for BBS System Operators and Internet Access Providers.
The Program includes special pricing for qualified Sysops to
purchase hardware and software directly from Hayes at prices
significantly lower than retail pricing. Also Hayes
US Robotics used to offer Sysop special pricing, and I'm pretty
sure they still do. This looks like a good place to find out. Also
The List (TM) is a directory of Internet Service Providers
currently known to be active. Information has been obtained for
The List from sources believed to be reliable.
Ford's Macintouch Pages
"Information and services for productive Mac computing." That's
what he says, and that's what it is! A great place to find out
about bugs, fixes and patches, and more.
and related Macintosh software
Eric Behr, Northern Illinois University, Mathematics
Macintosh users are blessed with a cornucopia of excellent and
innovative software packages for use with the Internet. Nearly all
of them use the MacTCP driver from Apple.
I've spent many hours installing MacTCP on various Macs. I also
devoted a large part of my free time to digging up various useful
applications for use on the Internet. Hopefully some of my
experiences will be helpful to you.
Neufeld's Mac WWW FAQ
News, Tools, Questions & Answers, Where on the Net, Events for
Mac Web Masters and developers.
for Macintosh, Third Edition Internet Resources
This page is intended as a concise collection of starting points
to exploring the Internet and World Wide Web resources. With the
Internet's rate of change forever accelerating, this page cannot
attempt to be comprehensive or even well-rounded. With luck,
however, it should allow you to find the resources and information
that are important to you.
Welcome to the BEST Macintosh pages on the World Wide Web!
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