Pure Appl. Chem.,
Vol. 71, No. 8, pp. 1587-1591, 1999
COMMITTEE ON PRINTED
AND ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
Party on Electronic Publishing
Guidelines for the use of the Internet
by IUPAC bodies
S.R. Heller and J. W. Jost
Abstract: The rapid development of the Internet as a major communication
tool between scientists has led to the need for a co-ordinated IUPAC
presence. Many diverse groups have already initiated distribution of
IUPAC related material via their Web sites. These guidelines will provide
the structure on which the official IUPAC Internet site maintained through
the Secretariat will be based. Rules governing the interaction between
this central site and various sites operated by other IUPAC bodies are
published here as well as guidelines for the operation of sites maintained
by other bodies which contain IUPAC related information. The need for
special care when making provisional recommendations widely available
on the Internet will be emphasized.
DESIGN - SOME DO'S AND DON'TS
- Basic principles
- Some do's and don'ts
TO USE CHEMICAL MULTIPURPOSE INTERNET MAIL EXTENSIONS ON IUPAC INTERNET
CHEMICAL MARKUP LANGUAGE
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