UNIX HTML files vs Windows HTM files

Subject: UNIX HTML files vs Windows HTM files
From: gpilcher -at- DELTANET -dot- COM
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 1996 14:49:46 -0800

Hi everyone,

I create .htm files using MS Word Internet Assistant (plus some hand
programming) for our Windows NT server. Recently friends with their own
businesses have asked me to create web sites for them.

The problem is that their providers have UNIX servers. In fact, my provider has
a UNIX system, and, after creating my personal home page to post on my
provider's server, I found it would not read my graphics; however, it will read
the text. My provider then told me that I should something like Hot Dog Pro to
create my files in.

I don't have to worry about this at work. But if I start creating web sites for
friends whose providers have UNIX servers, how can I do this?

Does anyone have any experience with this?


Geri Pilcher, Corporate Webmaster
Scantron Corporation: Creative Solutions for Information Management
WWW: http://www.scantron.com
Email: webmaster -at- scantron -dot- com or gepilche%pubs -at- scantron -dot- com
Work Phone: 1-800-421-5066, ext. 222; Work FAX: 714-259-8423
Personal FAX: 310-429-2158; Personal Email: gpilcher -at- deltanet -dot- com

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