Re: Fittting text into a HTML page?

Subject: Re: Fittting text into a HTML page?
From: Michael John Little <ur004135 -at- MAIL01 -dot- MEL -dot- AONE -dot- NET -dot- AU>
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1986 16:19:57 +0000

Thanks David for you ideas and suggestions. I am using a page motif,
because I want to organize my web site much like a reference library,
containing books that you can refer to. My reasoning is that
navigating through a library and down to anf through a book is a very
familar naviagtion strategy. Setting up a standard "page'' in HTML
would make it easier and faster for the reader to use. Of course
online documents are never goiung to be used like novels, so a online
book has to be a reference book, in which it is easy and quick to
find the information you want. Structure, design and planning is
everything.

Cheers!

Mike Little.
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