Yale

Program in Agrarian Studies


About … this Web Site

Structure — Photo & Art Credits — Construction Credits

Site Structure

Most topics on this site are contained within a single, sometimes longish, page, so that the viewer can easily save or print complete information from a web browser.

Art Credits

Site location: “Front Door” and page banners

Ralph Wheelock’s Farm, c. 1822
oil on canvas, 0.641 x 1.222 m (25 1/4 x 48 1/8in.)
Francis Alexander, American (1800 - 1880)
Property of the National Gallery of Art.
Gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch (1965.15.3).

Construction Credits

The site was designed and originally constructed in 1998 on an Apple Power Macintosh 8100/110 computer. It was HTML-coded using BBEdit Lite, then the free-ware verson of the text editor from Bare Bones Software, Inc. Original graphic elements were made with Adobe Illustrator 6.0.2. Since early 2012 all active pages have been rebuilt from tables-based HTML to current web standards — HTML5 and CSS3-based coding — using Coda (by Panic) and TextWrangler (Bare Bones's current free-ware text editor) on an Apple MacBookPro (2.5Ghz QuadCore i7). Visitors using recent-vintage browsers will experience most of the modern improvements; visitors using older versions of Internet Explorer will see a simpler version. Visitors viewing on iOS (mobile) devices should find the rebuilt site performs as expected.

The site is designed and constructed by:
H.G. Salome of MetaGlyfix [digital graphics & typography — book design & production — web design — editorial services] USA
web site: www.metaglyfix.com
email: hgs@metaglyfix.com or hsalome@aya.yale.edu

The Webmaster is grateful to the directors and staff of the Yale Program in Agrarian Studies, and in particular to the Program’s former coordinator, Kay Mansfield, and to Professor James C. Scott, for the opportunity to have developed and maintain this site. Valete!


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