HTML Poster Submission Guidelines
Please keep the html code as simple as possible so that the style sheet can control the look of the poster.
- Do not include any personal document level style sheets in your html source. These will be removed.
- Do not specify parameters such as background color, font sizes, margins, etc. All special formating codes will be removed.
- Do not use double columns or other layout formatting. All posters will be converted to a simple single-column layout.
Please use the following html tags in the source of your poster:
- <h1> and <h2> - Title (select tag relative to the length of your poster title)
- <h3>, <h4>, and <h5> - Names of sections and appropriate sub-sections
- <h6> - Names of author(s) (under the title)
- <h6 class="caption"> - Captions (under images)
- <p> - New paragraph will begin with an indent
- <ul>, <ol>, and <dl> - Listings
- <pre> - Code samples should be enclosed within
The poster should be no more than 1500 words in length. It should display properly in standard browser (Netscape 4.0+, Internet Explorer 4.0+) using the CSS style sheet provided. Please adhere to the following layout order when writing your posters:
- Main body of text
- Sub-sections (if applicable)
- Captions under images
- Accepted image formats include: EPS, TIFF, JPEG, GIF, PNG,
All images should be saved at a minimum of 300 dpi to avoid reproduction problems.
- All images must be centered.
- Captions should follow immediately under the image (use <h6 class="caption"> tags for this).
- Leave one blank line before and after each image (including the caption)
All poster submissions and relevent images should be compiled into a zip file and uploaded onto the WWW2002 conference poster submission site. Complicated equations and codes should be rendered into an image file.
Last Reviewed: 1/23/02