At 04:33 AM 12/1/98 -0800, Mark S. Miller wrote:
>At 02:33 AM 12/1/98 , Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
>> An example of a revised page: http://crit.org/~ping/e-forloop.html.
>>I'll explain what i did to it, as compared to the original page at
[+] Ping's revised page displays well on Netscape 4/Windows95. I think they look spiffy. With many links, HTML can approach NLS/Augment. It doesn't quite reach the level of Thinker, where any word can be an internal link if a target by that name is defined. (Wonderful for indexing) All browsers have the absolutely vital "go back" function.
[#] Dave Kreiger says the only HTML wysiwyg editor worth anything is
Macromedia Dreamweaver 1.0
Street price: $300. Requires: Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0, 16MB RAM, 30MB hard disk space. Macromedia Inc., San Francisco; 800-457-1774, 415-252-2000; <www.macromedia.com>
He also says his otherpreference for HTML editing is BBEdit or vi. ;-)