Re: Manuals -> HTML?

Subject: Re: Manuals -> HTML?
From: Bev Freed <bfreed -at- FASTTAX -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 10 May 1995 09:46:50 CENTRAL

In article <3olop9$6n5 -at- chnews -dot- intel -dot- com> Stephanie Goble
<Stephaniex_goble -at- ccm -dot- ch -dot- intel -dot- com> writes:

>3. Bring it into the HTML document between the <pre> and </pre> tags
> so browsers won't mess it up.

You can also use <plaintext> which displays the material "as-is" with one
drawback -- you cannot insert any other HTML formatting into the text. It
would display as plain text.

Despite this, I find <plaintext> handy on a number of occasions.

Bev Freed
Advanced Technology Group, CLR Fast-Tax
Dallas, TX
e-mail: bfreed -at- fasttax -dot- com, bev -at- nss -dot- org
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