|We did it|
All pages having the URL http://www.cma4ch.org (and showing the above drawing) were written in pure HTML 4.01 language by Dr. Giovanni Visco. Employed as Contract Professor in Rome University until now at Faculty of Mathematical Physic and Natural Science, as well as co-worker from 1982 for the acquisition, processing, and chemometrics treatment of the analytical and environmental chemist data with the Prof. L. Campanella research group.
The HTML code has been written "by hand" without the help of graphic making-up software, studying the set of instructions HTML 4.0, passing then for the validator of W3C (launching it from the inside utility of the beautiful Opera Browser) to get the validation, tested on various browsers among which Netscape, Opera, Mosaic, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Chrome to adorn us with best view with any browser to which we want to refer.
The code you find under these pages is freeware, so it can be used for didactic purposes, of research or academicians. For Copyright we send you again at the proper page. We think it should be profitable to anyone who wants to write in HTML language we advise to not use a graphic editor if you want to remark the legibility more than special effects.
In my pages I often use non standard colours, and to answer students' queries I write an exhaustive page, 650 KBytes, with a colours table (or RGB colour triplets in HTML if you like), freeware of course. Also in other page you can find a large list of HTML characters encoding. Please, remember to return to CMA4CH, here!.
These pages are provided for free on an "as is" basis, WITHOUT any warranties or conditions. Neither the LDBBCC lab., nor Dr. Giovanni Visco, nor the La Sapienza University, nor the ISP of this web site, shall have any liability for any indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to, loss of revenue or profit, lost or damaged data or other commercial or economic loss.
Rome University La Sapienza is not responsible for either the contents of this web page nor any other page that can be linked from this web page and that the material is not endorsed, sponsored or provided by or on behalf of the University.
|Organizer work at:
Rome University, La Sapienza: Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty: Rome, Italy, Europe
|CMA4CH Meeting, measurements, diagnostics, statistics in Environment and Cultural Heritage fields
→ in the even years of III millennium ←
|Organizer teach on:
Laurea Degree Course of Chemistry and Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and Conservation