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Webmaster job description

     
7:12 am on Jul 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Can anyone give me a definition of a webmaster. I need the responsabilities and workdescription of a webmaster to create a jobdescription
1:01 pm on Jul 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Welcome to WebmasterWorld

The description will depend on the server and websites the company has up at this time.
Example:
You will be responsible for implementing the ongoing development of the company's websites. You will also be responsible for performing day-to-day site maintenance on 3 web sites, setting company standards for design, performing navigation and browser compatibility, performing quality-control for third party content, and maintaining and develop small web applications. Additional responsibilities will include document webbest practices and write maintainable HTML/ASP code with lots of comment tags, assist in development of a new look and feel for web sites, update all content, assist in the redevelopment, and maintenance of the Intranet and advise staff and outside agencies on how to best optimize their content for online deployment.

* 2+ years of experience with HTML 3.2/4.0 at the tag level, no WYSIWYG is required.
* 2+ years of DHTML, COM and client-side JavaScript programming experience is also required.
* 2+ years of thorough knowledge of browser compatibility issues for all platforms/major browsers is necessary.
* 2+ years of Microsoft server-side VBScript and ASP development experience is also necessary.
* 2+ years conversion of existing images (TIFF, BMP, PSD) for online use (JPG, GIF) using Adobe ImageReady and PhotoShop is a must.
* 3+ years of thorough knowledge of browser compatibility issues for all platforms/major browsers is also a must.

[with lots of comment tags] hehehe

1:39 pm on Jul 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Hi WEB_ARMY. Check out "Building Your Web Team" at [webtechniques.com...]
7:54 pm on Jul 19, 2001 (gmt 0)

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don't forget finance (come on everyone is so tight with webteams' budgets now - I would suggest the webmaster being a little bit knowledgable about ROI)
7:57 am on Aug 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

WebmasterWorld Senior Member 10+ Year Member



A good idea is to advertise the job in local schools and universities. 9 times out of 10 the kids are better than the ones with experience. In the UK now, there are so few IT people that they have to import people into the country and train them. Trust me, go with the schools.
 

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