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Subject:Re: HTML From:Nancy Hayes <nancyh -at- PMAFIRE -dot- INEL -dot- GOV> Date:Mon, 4 Mar 1996 23:51:49 GMT
In article <3134AA21 -dot- 2EBC -at- qantel -dot- com>,
Kathleen Walsh <kathleen -at- qantel -dot- com> wrote:
>can't find. However, I have once piece of advice. When you see
>a page that has something you like, view the source. It's actually
>a good way to learn new techniques (once you understand the basic
>structure of a page).
Second this wholeheartedly. Here's some URLs that might help (if someone
hasn't posted them already).
Nancy Lynn Hayes (nancyh -at- pmafire -dot- inel -dot- gov) Carpe Diem
Seize the Day!
PS: There's also a newsgroup on authoring html--something like
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html Search "html" in your
newsreader. A word of caution. Most of them are very nice
people, but they also have some first class turkeys that enjoy
tormenting, insulting, and generally being the backside of a horse
to anyone -they- think has asked a stupid question.