Introducing underwatermaya, the web page

Welcome to Maya world, underwater archaeological research on ancient Maya wooden architecture preserved in a peat bog below the sea floor in a shallow, salt-water lagoon on the coast of Belize, Central America: http://underwatermaya.com.  Join me  in the discovery and...

Diving Deeper in the Underwater Maya Project

Diving Deeper in the Underwater Maya Project Although I have a web site and have a draft web page created using html, css, and bootstrap on Notepad++, I wonder periodically how I will be able to “launch” the web page on my web site. I am continuing to tweak the web...

Suddenly a Web Page…A Beginning

I decided to get the basic framework of the Underwater Maya web page operational, so I can continue to multi-task on various aspects of the digital project. I used html, css, and bootstrap to enter code on Notepad++. Here I will describe the format: The bar across the...

Underwater Maya Update: Divide and Conquer

After focusing attention on developing an open-source GIS for one of the Underwater Maya sites as a test case, I realized I needed to spend time on other aspects of the digital archaeology project. The end product of the year-long project will be a web page that...