Q: Where can I find the original "Designing
the High Line" competition information?
A: The original site is located at: http://www.thehighline.org/competition/original/index.html
Q: What can I do if some of the information about my entry is incorrect?
A: Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and
lets us know your Entry and Registration ID, along with the requested corrections.
realize that we are a small non-profit and do not have dedicated resources
to act on each change immediately. We will try our best to make the change
immediately, but it could take as long as three (3) weeks for a change
to be fixed.
Q: Why don't
I see a larger image of an entrant design when I click on the image or "CLICK
A: This site makes use of pop-up windows
to display the larger images. If you are using pop-up blocking software,
or your browser supports this
function to stop advertisements, then you will not be able to see the enlarged
images. Please disable this feature to make full use of this site.
Q: Why can't I find my entry when searching even though I submitted a design?
Why doesn't my design have my name and information?
A: Some people did not adhere to the submission
requirements when submitting their designs. Due to irregular formatting
of the requested submissions, we were unable to photograph
some of the designs for the Web site. We asked all entrants to put a sealed
envelope with their personal data on the back of each boards. Many boards
arrived without envelopes, or with incomplete information. In this case
we listed those people as "Author Unknown" or "Unknown,
Author." Also, for students who submitted via a single registration
done with a university studio, you might be listed as "Student Entry" or "Entry,
Q: Where can I sign-up to receive more information
from Friends of the High Line?
A: You can join Friends of the High Line
by submitting your e-mail address through this Web site on the E-MAIL
SIGN-UP page, or
by visiting our main Web site located at: http://www.thehighline.org.
Q: I sent you two physical illustration boards,
how did this site get made?
A: After the jury had selected the winners,
we hired a photographer to take a photograph of each board using a 6 mega-pixel
camera. Each board was the cropped and joined on a computer and saved as
Q: What technologies make this Web site work?
A: This site is written using a combination
of HTML, CSS,
to dynamically generate Web pages which integrate with a mySQL database
to retrieve each
entrant's info and image data. The Web site is served from two physically
seperate servers: (1) the Web server which is running on FreeBSD Unix
4.6 using Apache 1.3.27
and (2) the database server which is running on FreeBSD Unix 4.6 using