HTML Converter Comparison

Subject: HTML Converter Comparison
From: Misti Delaney <mdelaney -at- SOFTWARE-SERVICES -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 1996 16:28:21 -0400

From Becca Price:

I played with Web Publisher's trial copy. It's awfully nice, although
it tends
to put a lot of text into definition style (which gives your headers a
nice
hanging outdent in Netscape, but makes it hard if your browser
interprets
<DT><DD> tags as italics.). It struck me as high-priced (~$900 as I
recall)
but is a great time saver - if you like the <DD> and <DT> tags
everywhere.

so far I haven't seen a translator that I'd pay money for. Internet
Assistant
is frustrating, and puts stupid tags everywhere (*ugly* code) and I
understand
Front Page has the same problems. I tend to put my stuff into IA to
translate, for the quick and dirty work, then clean it up with Notepad
and a
non-IA instance of Word.

just my $.02.

Becca.



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Misti Delaney (Tucker)

Technical Consultant/ Communication Specialist
Software Services Corporation
Ann Arbor, Michigan
(800) 448-1568

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My opinions do not in any way represent those of my employer.




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