Any code or data for inclusion on the MAP website should be accompanied by the following documentation:
|name-b.*||-||the code or executable program (where * is f, c, for, exe etc.)|
|name-b.tex||-||the TEX file|
|name-b.ps||-||the postscript file produced from the TEX file|
|name-b.txt||-||the ASCII text file|
|-||a tar or zip file containing all of the above files|
|name-b.html||-||the web page written in HTML|
where name is your chosen name for the routine/program/data. Please choose a unique, one-word name for your code or data! Standard templates for producing the HTML file and the TEX file are now available and can be viewed and downloaded from the table below. The text file can best be produced by saving the web page, when viewed in a web browser, as a text file.
It is important, when creating a new web page for the MAP website, to use the appropriate template file from the table below. This ensures that links to other files on the website are correctly set. These files should be edited and saved as pure text files.
|Complete programs:||View HTML template||Download HTML template|
|Subroutines:||View HTML template||Download HTML template|
|Functions:||View HTML template||Download HTML template|
|Modules:||View HTML template||Download HTML template|
|Data:||View HTML template||Download HTML template|
Please read the notes below before writing your web page or tex file. These notes are intended to be comprehensive enough to enable even those with little or no knowledge of HTML or TEX to edit the templates to produce a suitable set of files which can be submitted to the MAP Administrator for inclusion in MAP. For those with no knowledge of either HTML or TEX, minor corrections and edits can be made by the MAP Administrator.
Before inclusion of the web page on the MAP website, the file should be checked for errors by the W3C Validation Service at http://validator.w3.org/. This can only be done, however, if the file is on a web server and accessible to the W3C Validation Service!
MAP originated from a joint project of the National Physical Laboratory and the University of Cambridge.MAP Website administration / firstname.lastname@example.org