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Subject:Re: screen-sized web pages From:Daniel P Read <danielread -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 3 Dec 1996 15:28:45 EST
>>Personally, I find vertical scrolling to be a pain, and I have
>>design my documents (which are NOT being published as web pages) using
>>sizes and fonts which basically produce one page of information per
I read recently that Microsoft has their own web "zine" (how alternative
of them), and that it has a "no-scroll" policy imposed on the designers
of the zine. I thought this was a nice idea, but have not seen it. I
can't remember the name of the zine/URL (it was something very
Generation-X-sounding), but I do remember reading that you have to be a
member of MSN to access it.