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Subject:Evolution of HTML? From:Alexander Von_obert <avobert -at- TWH -dot- MSN -dot- SUB -dot- ORG> Date:Tue, 7 Nov 1995 00:09:00 +0100
* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von Tomohiro Hori an All am 02.11.95
TH> From: Tomohiro Hori <thori001 -at- acs -dot- bu -dot- edu>
TH> From the lecture, I felt that understanding the philosophy of
TH> would make a great difference in the long run, even if you are
TH> only HTML documents right now. In a broad sense, it may include
TH> an issue
TH> of how you manage information on database, web sites or even on
TH> your PCs.
You are quite right. I have heard of HTML being the poor man's SGML. If you
want to get some SGML feeling, get a tool like Softquad HoTMetal
TH> So, I want to know more about SGML. Could anyone recommend a
TH> understandable book about basics of SGML?
A friend of mine (Andreas -dot- Baumert -at- twh -dot- msn -dot- sub -dot- org) suggests:
Turner, Ronald et al.: Readme.1st - SGML For Writers and Editors.
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