RE: Annotating HTML - Edit

Subject: RE: Annotating HTML - Edit
From: "Partridge, Robert" <Robert -dot- Partridge -at- au -dot- unisys -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 12:52:37 +1000

Hi Jeff,

If what Bonnie says is true, then I've seen many examples of annotated
code where the HTML itself is split into small sections. These are often
separated from the text of the document by putting them in grey boxes or
somesuch, then the paragraphs describing the HTML surround them. The
code is sometimes repeated at the end of the description or in an
appendix to get the uninterrupted version. So... The code itself isn't
annotated, it's just put into meaningful chunks. You often see this kind
of thing on web sites describing HTML. You might get some ideas from
tutorial sites like


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