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Subject:Complex web site From:Sally Yeo <sallyyeo -at- EXECPC -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 4 Jun 1996 07:57:59 -0500
I invite all of you, Web beginners and Web gurus, to visit a site we
just published. It covers The Great Circus Parade, a major summer event
in Milwaukee Wisconsin.
Thesite has over 200 pages and 390 graphics, Java, Java script, CGI,
forms, image maps, animated gifs, etc. All the HTML was done with
I would appreciate any feedback on your experiences on the site. We
really want to know how it is working out there. Especially since I and
the techie-side project manager are currently arguing over the home
page! Not wanting to bias you, please try it out and let me know your
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