Good, Scott; Newberry, Henry: BP306 How to Make IBM Lotus Domino Sites That Don't Look (or Act) Like Lotus Domino

Lotus Domino Web sites don't have to be ugly or hard to use. In fact, with just a few minutes' work, you can convert your stodgy old ugly-duckling of a site into a beautiful swan that will satisfy even the most bigoted UI experts in your shop. Using basic Web technologies -- HTML, JavaScript, CSS a...

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BP306 How to Make IBM Lotus Domino Sites That Don't Look (or Act) Like Lotus Domino
Scott Good; Henry Newberry / 22.01.2007 21:45:00

Lotus Domino Web sites don't have to be ugly or hard to use. In fact, with just a few minutes' work, you can convert your stodgy old ugly-duckling of a site into a beautiful swan that will satisfy even the most bigoted UI experts in your shop. Using basic Web technologies -- HTML, JavaScript, CSS and DHTML -- along with a good dose of common sense, we will show you how easy it is to transform a standard (ugly, boring) Lotus Domino database into a compelling and easy-to-use application with just a little extra work. You'll leave with new tools, new ideas, and an appreciation for how easy it can be to build professional Lotus Domino applications.

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