Making web sitStudents working on Macintosh computers in the Computer Centeres is a rewarding experience for both students and educators. It is similar to publishing a book, though the results are instant and you don't have a publisher breathing down your neck saying your work isn't good enough. Some of our student web sites receive thousands of visitors per week from over a hundred countries around the world. Many of them also receive e-mail letters every day congratulating them on their success and encouraging them to do more. Basically, anyone can publish on the internet after learning a few basic skills. So can you! After receiving numerous inquiries about how to make web sites, we decided to put a section together where we could share with people some of our knowledge. What you will find on this page are links to basic lessons for web site making together with resources for webmasters. We have also included some of the ways we use internet at school.



Java Script Source
Website Abstraction
Java File


Dynamic Drive


The Aplet Depo
Java Web Spigots


Java Boutique
Website Attraction
Java Script Source


A-1 All for Free
Animation Factory



Flash Kit
Flash Planet
Extreme Flash


Lissa Explains - clear instructions on making web sites.

Multiple Choice Test Maker


Puzzlemaker - worksheets














INTRODUCTION: We started publishing on the internet back in 1997. Read about our early experiences and the extent of our project today.
STEP 1: HTML We use a number of different programs to make web sites.
STEP 2: Graphic Programs. These are the programs we use to make banners, animated graphics and to make our pictures look better.
STEP 3: Web Hosting. In order for other people to see your web site you need to put your pages onto a server which is accessible 24 hours a day.
STEP 4: FTP Programs. Once you have made a web site, you next need to upload them onto the internet.
STEP 5: Domain Name. This is the address people use to find you on the internet. Choosing a name which is easy to spell and remember is very important.
STEP 6: Promoting. Thinking, if you build it they will come isn't true. Learn about ways to promote your web site on the internet.
EXAMPLES: Probably the best way to learn is to take a look at what students are capable of doing.

Web Cams. How to show the world live pictures from your school or home.
Instant Chat. We use Human Click so that visitors can know when we are online and chat with us live on our web site.-
E-Commerce. Learn some ways to make money from your web site and how to accept credit card payments.
Free Domain names. The school has over 30 domain names. Normally these would cost $70 each for two years. Learn how to get them for free!
Free E-mail Address. On a number of our sites we offer free e-mail. For example,
Chat Rooms. Let people chat with each other on your web site.
Online Games. We have one of the biggest online game web sites in Thailand. All games are free. Learn how we did it.

Penfriends and e-mail. Our students have penfriends all around the world. Read about how to use e-mail programs, finding penfriends and ideas for writing letters.-
Internet Projects. Once you link up with another school and have exchanged a few e-mails you need something else to keep the momentum going. Try some of these ideas for internet projects.
Cyber Hunts. Use the internet to take your students on a tour around the world or your own country. Prepare worksheets for them to fill in as they make the journey.
Children Safety. There are programs you can use to stop students surfing to "undesirable" web sites. Also included are tips on what to do to stop online stalking.
Search Engines. How to make the most out of search engines in order to find what you want.

Glossary. Look up computer and internet words in our online dictionary. Included are links to further information.-
Country Check. Have you ever wondered which country belongs to which extension at the end of domain names?
Meta Tag Maker. To get higher on search engines, you're going to have to use Meta Tags. If you don't know how to write them for yourself, use this automatic tag maker!
Character Table. Ever have a hard time remembering the "&#xx;" codes to print out certain special characters? This neat little script will print out the code and it's symbol for you!
Domain Checker. Make use of our handy domain check to see what names are still available.
Colour Picker 1. Easily choose the colours you want for background, text and links. The end result is the HTML code.
Colour Picker 2. Uses an imagemap to allow you to select any color box and see the hexadecimal html value for that colour.
Clocks, dates, counters and countdown. Extras you can add to your web site
Guestbooks, mailing lists and message boards. Let people leave messages for you and other visitors.

If we are online, you can use the chat room to the left to ask us a quick question. If not, a message box will open for you to send us an e-mail.