Write for Shipyard
If you would like to get your article published in Shipyard please review
the following guidelines prior to submission.
Types of content
We're looking for articles and tutorials targeted at people ranging from
beginners to experts who are involved in website development.
Spelling and Grammar
Please spell check and have an independent person check your work for
Links & Sources
Please include URLs for at least 3 other reference sites that the reader
can consult for more information on the topic. If you used any online
resources in the process of compiling your article or tutorial please include
the URLs. The URLs will be published at the end of the article.
The ideal length is around 1200 words. If you have a piece of work that is
substantially longer you may wish to split it and submit as a multi-part
series of articles.
To submit content for publication on Shipyard please ensure you include the
following information with your submission:
- Authors name
- Authors email address
- Authors organisation
- URL to the Authors organisation
- A brief (1-2 line) bio (optional)
- Title of the article
- Short blurb (15-30 words)
- Target audience: beginner, intermediate, expert
- Date the article was produced
- Article content (See note below on formatting)
Please submit articles via email to: email@example.com
To ensure that your article is published and presented in the way you
envisaged please help us by sending it in a format that we can easily work
The preferred format is html structured with headings (h1 through to h6),
bulleted lists, and paragraphs.
The Shipyard style
sheet will be applied to all articles to set font sizes and colours.
Any required images should be included in gif or jpg format optimised for
Due to layout constraints of the Shipyard site images must be no wider than
At the end of the day we'd love to get your content, so if you can't work
with the format requirements above send it through to us in any form and we'll
see what we can do.
Preferred alternate formats are: plain text, pdf, rtf.
Please try and avoid proprietary formats if possible as we may not have the
required programs to read them.
Please ensure that you are the legal copyright holder for any submitted