Interesting primer on web design.

Subject: Interesting primer on web design.
From: Melissa Alton <altonm -at- US -dot- IBM -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1998 16:34:02 -0400

I read about half way through the page and found the glaring spelling error
(easy to spot because its highlighted in red) which I'm sure John is referring
to, as well as many run-on sentences and words used incorrectly. In one such
example, the author uses "prinicpals" instead of "principles".

Speaking of the error in red above, what is the deal with the author having so
many red words??? Ouch.


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Subject: Interesting primer on web design.

Hi, kiddies...

I was hunting around for something and I came across a web page that
covers alot of usefull and common-sense information about web page
design, both from an approach and a mechanics standpoint.

OTOH, can anyone find the glaring spelling error. Be fast, I sent an
email to the page author, and no cheating with a spell checker.

http://law.house.gov/design/design.htm


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