Re: HTML

Subject: Re: HTML
From: Jane Bergen <janeb -at- AIRMAIL -dot- NET>
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 1996 10:34:32 +0000

Kathy Fisher asks:

> Can anyone recommend a good way to learn HTML? Are there courses, books,
> seminars, or online training available? Thanks for feedback.

Kathy, there are a TON of good books now on HTML as well as several
web sites that provide information:

http://www.bergen.gov/AAST/Wow/
http://coombs.anu.edu.au/SpecialProj/QLTY/FlopMaker.html
http://netletter.com/cameo/hotlist/hotlist.html
http://www.synet.net/hwg/
http://www.itw.com:80/~imagesys/
http://sokol.softaware.com/library/jim/jimhtml.htm
http://www2.best.com/~dsiegel/tips/tips_home.html
http://www.earthlink.net/free/margott/webdocs/webart.html
http://rhetoric.agoff.umn.edu/Rhetoric/misc/keithweb.html
http://fox.nstn.ca/~tmonk/weaver/weaver.html
http://user.aol.com/cjtohru/TOHTML01.HTM
http://info.med.yale.edu/caim/StyleManual_Top.HTML

I don't know where you are located, but here in Dallas, I've found
good selections at all bookstores. We have Barnes &Noble,
Borders, Bookstops, and so forth. If you have a MicroCenter computer
store, they have the absolute best book section for internet-related
books and a phenomenal section for computer graphics/desktop
publishing (which a web page designer also may need).

Good luck.

Jane Bergen
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Jane Bergen Technical Writer
janeb -at- answersoft -dot- com or janeb -at- airmail -dot- net
"The difference between the right word and the almost right word
is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug"
(Mark Twain)
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