JavaScript

Subject: JavaScript
From: Marcel Uljee <m -dot- uljee -at- PECOMA -dot- NL>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 1997 09:32:18 +0100

Hi everyone,

More and more technical writers participate in the production of
Webpages. That's why we are wondering if it is useful to learn to write
JavaScript. Is it possible to create attractive webpages without using
JavaScript? If not, should technical writers learn to write JavaScript
or should they consult a specialist, like they consult a specialist who
takes care of the graphics?

Marcel Uljee
Pecoma Informatica, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

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