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Subject:Re: HTML From:Kathleen Walsh <kathleen -at- QANTEL -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 28 Feb 1996 11:16:49 -0800
I learned the basics using an on-line tutorial that, unfortunately, I
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).