Re: web pages

Subject: Re: web pages
From: Matt Ion <soundy -at- NEXTLEVEL -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 1995 10:12:22 PST

On Wed, 22 Nov 1995 07:46:38 -0800 you wrote:

>>Could anyone provide examples of ones they consider good or
>David Siegel's pages ( are
>very pretty, but he makes them so by ignoring standards and using extensions
>in such a way that many of his design elements are wasted on and unviewable
>by anyone without the latest version of Netscape.

Hmm, got those spiffy things like fade-in backgrounds and such?

>One of the best organized and designed web sites I've seen is Kodak's. It
>has a good, easy-to-follow arrangement, quick-loading reasonably sized
>graphics, and concise text.

Another excellent one is Crayola's (yes, everything you ever wanted to know
about crayons is now on the web!) at Very
nicely laid out, very nice graphics with beautiful solid colors everywhere
(but of course!) and well-designed crayon image maps. Check it out, for the
nostalgia if nothing else :)

>Unfortunately, I don't have Kodak's URL. I thought it was, but
>I haven't been able to get through today. Maybe the problem is on this
>end--maybe I just have the URL wrong. (A search will undoubtedly get you the
>right URL.)

Yahoo Search does indeed show in fact, Kodak is given
its own heading in Yahoo's database...

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