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<para> This article describes a database-driven website application for libraries called MyLibrary. </para> </section> <section> <title>More than a pretty face</title> <para> MyLibrary has its roots in a customizable interface to collections of library information resources. As the application has matured, it has become a system for creating and managing a library's website by manifesting the ideas of information architecture. Specifically, the MyLibrary system provides the means for a library to create things like: </para> <itemizedlist> <listitem> <para> top down site maps </para> </listitem> <listitem> <para> bottom-up site indexes </para> </listitem> <listitem> <para> controlled vocabularies </para> </listitem> <listitem> <para> a means for power searching </para> </listitem> <listitem> <para> browsable lists of resources </para> </listitem> <listitem> <para> optional, user-specified customizable interfaces </para> </listitem> </itemizedlist> <para> From the command line you see if your MyLibrary installation is working correctly by issuing the following command: <command> ./mylibrary.pl </command> . The result should be a stream of HTML intended for a Web browser. </para> <para> For more information about MyLibrary, see: <ulink url="http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mylibrary/"> http://dewey.library.nd.edu/mylibrary/ </ulink> . </para> </section>

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