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and not supported by anything other than the latest Netscape and Internet
Explorer versions, so anyone reading your site through a different browser
is "enhanced for netscape" and one that any old vanilla browser can read.
The HTML Writer's Guild (www.hwg.com) has some good pointers on what
technology makes for a usable site.
languages go, and if you'd like to get your feet wet it's not a bad place
Hope that helps,
On Tue, 25 Mar 1997, Marcel Uljee wrote:
> 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
> 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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