Re: UNIX HTML files vs Windows HTM files

Subject: Re: UNIX HTML files vs Windows HTM files
From: Tracy Boyington <trlyboyi -at- GENESIS -dot- ODVTE -dot- STATE -dot- OK -dot- US>
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 1996 08:22:31 +0000

> > Internet Assistant is a good tool for starting out, but you will find that it
> > does not provide all of the HTML features you may need. (Such as background
> > color, blinking text, etc.) It's a good idea to learn HTML code as well.

> I agree. Learn HTML code. It is quite easy. You just need a list of tags.
> I have yet to see any benefit in using anything other than a text editor (or
> maybe a word processor if you want to do spell checks) for writing HTML.
> I would be interested to hear if anyone esle has found any true benefits in
> using an HTML editor.
> (I tried HotDog and found the help file genuinely informative.)

I'm very much a newcomer to HTML, but I found HotDog (and other HTML
editors, I'm sure) useful to *teach* me HTML code. I started out
highlighting and clicking on buttons to insert code, but soon found
it easier to just type the little buggers in myself. And HotDog's
help file is good, including the short tutorial.

Tracy Boyington
Technical Communication Specialist
Oklahoma Department of Vocational & Technical Education
Stillwater, Oklahoma

I never express opinions, but if one slips out, it belongs
to me and not ODVTE.

"I think I did pretty well, considering I started out
with nothing but a bunch of blank paper."
-- Steve Martin

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