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Subject:Re: a beginner's html-editor? From:AlQuin <cbon -at- WXS -dot- NL> Date:Tue, 9 Feb 1999 11:39:34 +0100
On 08-02-1999 18:57 Mary McWilliams Johnson wrote:
>And I certainly would not choose FrontPage or Pagemill since those two
>naughty programs throw in all sorts of unnecessary proprietary code--stuff
>that's not needed for HTML coding--which would just confuse your students.
>Besides, FrontPage codes for Internet Explorer, and to heck with how it
>looks in Netscape.
That's the reason I definitively not selected Frontpage, despite it's
included in IE: it's shoddy HTML... ;)
>Stylesheets, so it's a great tool to have not only for basic HTML but for
>advanced coding. Check it out at:
I don't include these stuffies right now in my course...
Thanks for all hints,
Kees de Bondt
* Write different
* take your Macintosh
AlQuin Total Quality