Free Teleclass on CSS!

Subject: Free Teleclass on CSS!
From: Rose Hill <coach -at- PCEZ -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 15:44:52 -0700

We are pleased to announce that you have filled the
first Free teleclass scheduled for May 24 -- therefore, Margot
has agreed to present a second free teleclass on the
subject of "Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets" on
Friday, May 28, 1999. The class will be held from 6:30 PM
to 7:30 PM (Pacific). The format is Question & Answer via
a group telephone call. No special telephone equipment is
needed to participate in the call.

Register on-line at www.coachrose.com - Go to
"teleclasses" and click the Registration button!

Find out just what Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are.
We'll discuss how you can use them to gain the level of control
over formatting and layout of web pages that you currently enjoy
with desktop publishing. We'll talk about current browser
limitations, what to expect with the next browser releases,
how Dynamic HTML combines with CSS to give you a whole
new world of online design possibilities.

Margot is a partner in Bonneau & Beutler Associates,
an online communications and training firm in Portland, Oregon.
One of Margot's website's just won an Award of Excellence in
the International Society for Technical Communication's
Online Competition.

This FREE teleclass is hosted by Rose Hill, Inc., a
developer of premier teleclass programs for the professional
and personal growth of Technical Communicators.

See you in CyberSpace!!
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Rose Hill, Senior STC Member
Coach of Professional Technical Communicators
(503) 629-4804
http://www.coachrose.com
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