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Subject:Re: Updating multiple files at same time From:"Contr Karl E. Vogel" <vogelke -at- C-17IGP -dot- WPAFB -dot- AF -dot- MIL> Date:Tue, 28 Jun 1994 18:49:29 -0400
>> On Mon, 27 Jun 1994 13:09:20 GMT,
>> Anne Stankis <anne -at- mccabe -dot- com> said:
Anne> Does anyone know of a good way to update one document and somehow have
Anne> that document linked to other documents so that the information that
Anne> is added, deleted, etc. is also added, deleted, etc. in the documents
Anne> that the master document is linked to.
This can easily be done using HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). For
more information, check the newsgroups comp.infosystems.www or
There are several excellent browsers available for HTML documents;
"Mosaic" is probably the best-known one. You can get free versions of
Mosaic for a PC running Windows, a Unix box running X-Windows, or a
If you'd like to see some FAQs on hypertext and don't have a newsfeed,
send a message containing the lines ``help'' and ``index'' to
mail-server -at- rtfm -dot- mit -dot- edu for information. Any entries containing
"hypertext" or "www" will probably have what you're looking for.
Karl Vogel vogelke -at- c-17igp -dot- wpafb -dot- af -dot- mil [126.96.36.199]