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>Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 05:04:00 UTC
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>From: Marilynne Smith <m -dot- smith182 -at- GENIE -dot- GEIS -dot- COM>
>Subject: Re: HTML Editors
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>>> What I am really missing is a breakdown of every available HTML command .
>The April '95 issue of Internet World has a nice overview of things HTML.
>Also, I just picked the "Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML In a Week"
>book by Laura Lemay (SAMS Publishing, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1995). It
>covers more commands than I ever thought of. <smile>
> m -dot- smith182 -at- genie -dot- geis -dot- com
The Lemay book is an excellent intro to HTML and the web in general. The
HTML Manual of Style (L Aronson, ZD Press) is great after you have a bit of
experience under your belt and just want the facts, ma'am.