Re: [NTLK] Learning HTML

From: RAParker <>
Date: Sun Sep 23 2007 - 22:17:11 EDT

On Sep 23, 2007, at 6:24 PM, Thomas Brand (T2) wrote:

> In my experience that is going to be a very difficult way of learning
> HTML, not only because of the awkward input method

I would have to agree. A text editor on a Mac or PC is going to offer a
better learning experience. Have a look at HTML Kit (for PC) or
Pagespinner (for Mac).

> because of the terribly outdated rendering engines available on the
> Newton.

On the other hand, the Newton DOES make a good reference book to carry
around and have handy. If you have the Newt's Cape web browser, the
following web site renders beautifully. You can store sections of the
website on your Newton as an eBook and it is one of best HTML/CSS
references around.


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