Re: a beginner's html-editor?

Subject: Re: a beginner's html-editor?
From: Layna Andersen <laynaa -at- CARECOMPUTER -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 1999 09:18:49 +0000

> AlQuin wrote:
> > I am teaching web-editing courses and need some advice on a simple easy,
> > cheap and wysiwyg html-editor for both windows and macintosh platforms.
>
> I know you asked for an off line comment, but I see a larger question
> here. And that is why teach web editing with a wysiwyg authoring tool.
> HTML is not that complex that it requires an intermediary, especially in a
> learning situation. Most GUI tools are self instructional, so learners
> ought to be free to make their own preferences when the time comes. But
> for learning purposes, I can see no better experience for finding out what
> calls a hypertext page makes on network resources than by writing out the
> tags and commands in text.
> Other thoughts?

Only that here is a great resource for learning HTML:

http://www.cas.usf.edu/english/walker/

It's Janice Walker's easy and fun tutorial for writing HTML.

Layna

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