This website was created for the 2004 Cyberspace Pursuit competition of the Technology Student Association by the High Technology High School TSA Chapter team of Andrew Babbin, Philip Graff, Christopher J. Harris, Adrienne Felt, and Katherine Wu. Last year, the HTHS team (with Kenneth Liu in place of Adrienne Felt) won first place in the New Jersey Regionals competition and went on to become National Finalists at the 2003 TSA National Conference in Orlando, Florida.
The site utilizes cascading stylesheets for its formatting in accordance with the latest standards. It is also cross-browser and cross-platform compatible. Designed for an optimum screen resolution of 1024x768, this site is also compatible with smaller and larger screen resolutions. On one page, you will need Macromedia Flash Player installed on your computer (download here) to view an animation. .Gif files were used for universally compatible animations on other pages.
All pages of this website are Valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS. You can check each individual page by using the W3C Markup Validation Service. The CSS file for this website is available here and you can validate that using the W3C CSS Validation Service.
SubEthaEdit, a free text editor for MacOSX, was used for the coding. Images came from a variety of scanned and digital sources and were edited using Photoshop 6.0 and CS.
The font in the titles is Impact while the text and links are in Verdana.
The Cyberspace Pursuit team of High Technology High School would like to give special thanks to Mrs. Stacy Hallman for her guidance and support. The team would also like thank everyone that helped by donating photos to use or testing the site's compatibility.