RE: HTML and Javascript Training

Subject: RE: HTML and Javascript Training
From: "Ed Nixon" <ed -dot- nixon -at- LynnParkPlace -dot- org>
To: "'Benjamin King'" <kingbt -at- my-deja -dot- com>, "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 18:53:05 -0400

Check out the HTML Writer's Guild on line at http://www.hwg.org/. They have
courses that look like the kind of thing your looking for.

Be aware also that your web site may be designed, scripted and/or populated
using specific products such as ColdFusion, etc. These type of tools tend
*not* to be generic but proprietary in the way HTML and scripting is done.

You probably need to push back a little bit about what 'creative touch'
actually means (and implies). The techy web culture is just as strong and
self-focused as any other developer/engineering tribe. ;-) Sometimes on
another planet with respect to writing, rhetoric, and information design.

> I'm a tech writer in the Detroit area. I've been asked to
> take some training on HTML including Javascripts. It's my
> boss' plan to have me add my creative touch to the Web
> interface for our Web-based product. Can anyone suggest a
> good training for this. I have no previous HTML experience.
> Also is this something I can do without Web design software a
> la Dreamweaver, or what?
>
> Thanks for any help.
>
> Kingbt
>





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