- European Laboratory for Particle Physics -
Documentation Systems and the WWW
Configurable converter of FrameMaker documents to the World-Wide Web
The combination of WebMaker and FrameMaker enables the simultaneous
both printed and WWW versions of a document.
WebMaker converts FrameMaker documents and books to a hypertext network
of HTML files.
WebMaker was developed in 1994 in our group
applied to several CERN documents, and version
1.4 was licensed to more than
In February 1995, CERN signed a
technology transfer agreement with
Harlequin Limited, who will produce, license, and support all
future versions of WebMaker.
The current Harlequin WebMaker
For CERN users
- The current version, for the Mac, PC, and a variety of
Unix platforms, is available through the
Software Development Tools
Service provided by
- European HEP users
- Please contact DocSys.Support@cern.ch.
- Other users
- All information about current and all future versions is at:
The original CERN WebMaker
- Why WebMaker ?
- A paper presented at the
First International WWW Conference,
- The original
User Requirements Document
- Specifies WebMaker from a user's point of view.
Written according to PSS-05 (ESA Software Engineering Standards).
- A distribution log snapshot of Version 1.4
- A histogram of the ftp distribution logs of
the WebMaker 1.4 source tar file.
- Some examples using CERN WebMaker
- Webs generated from FrameMaker documents
with CERN WebMaker versions of up to 1.4a, by users around the world.
- Authors and credits
- The people behind the original CERN WebMaker.
Using the original CERN WebMaker
(Pages visible from CERN hosts only).
- Information useful for CERN users of the original CERN WebMaker is
19 January 1996