About This Site

The Web-Based Training Information Center (WBTIC) is a private site, not affiliated with any company or institution. WBTIC offers no services and offers no products for sale, and it accepts no advertising. WBTIC was first established online in December 1994 and has been in continuous operation ever since.

WBTIC is the creation of Tim Kilby, who coined the terms Web-based training (WBT) and Web-based performance support system (WBPSS) when the Web was in its infancy. Tim's professional experience includes technical direction, computer systems analysis, user interface design, media production, instructional systems design, and classroom instruction. He has been actively involved in the design and production of computer-based training and Web-based training for over twelve years.

 

Technically Speaking ...

WBTIC is built using these technologies and standards:
ASP.NET technologies

Web-Based Training Information Center uses ASP.NET technology, part of the Microsoft.NET Framework. These pages are served from Windows 2003 Servers running Internet Information Server.

Microsoft SQL Server 2000

The ASP.NET pages use ADO.NET connections to a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database. This database utilizes multiple tables and stored procedures to publish dynamic data on selected pages.

coded in XHTML 1.0

All pages on WBTIC are valid XHTML 1.0, as recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This standard is the successor of HTML 4.0.

valid cascading style sheets

WBTIC server-side scripts identify the user agent (browser) and deliver a customized cascading style sheet validated according to W3C CSS recommendations. These style sheets are specifically designed to improve accessibility according to W3C WCAG 1.0 guidelines.

conformance level AA of the W3C's

Every attempt has been made to conform to W3C Web Accessibility Initiative's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, conformance level "Double-A".

Platform for Privacy Preferences

The Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) specification is an industry standard for privacy policies. WBTIC conforms to this standard.

Section 508

This site voluntarily conforms to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, a mandate of the United States government Federal Acquisition Regulations.

Macromedia Dreamweaver MX

WBTIC is built and maintained using Adobe Dreamweaver CS3.

 

 

 

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