Re: Zen & the Art of HTML
Dec 01, 1996 05:51 AM
by M K Ramadoss
Ann E. Bermingham wrote:
> Thanks, Doss, for the interesting post on the intricacies of doing web
> It seemed to me that the author was urging people to be more aware of
> making their web pages compatible with many browsers.
> However, from what I have seen on the web, most people seem to be
> ignoring his advice and going for the full-speed ahead creativity angle.
> Personally I've found animation delightful rather than distracting.
> Someone has had trouble accessing my page through AOL. I'm not
> subscribed to AOL and I'm wondering if anyone here can tell me what
> browser is used and if there is something special that needs to be
> added to the usual URL.
> -Ann E. Bermingham
While I do not know much about HTML/AOL, all of us get free AOL browser
disk from time to time. I think you can install it and see how your
pages look. You may get some feed back. Also you can ask your friends
who are on AOL to visit your pages and get their feedback.
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