HTML Howto, Amiga Computing 87, June 1995

Conclusions

Many more references than this article are available on the Web – check the boxout if interested.

You now know how and why to write good HTML and how to get your minor works of art on the net. If you can justify any cost involved, then go to it!

There’s plenty more you can do that hasn’t been covered, such as forms and scripts or running executables using the cgi. When AMosaic 1.3 is available and supports FORMS, perhaps it’ll be worth another article…

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Should you want to contact Nick Lines, the author of this article, you can do at csznml@scs.leeds.ac.uk. You can also visit his homepage at the URL http://agora.leeds.ac.uk/csznml/homepage.html. Bear in mind that this was intended for use over a LAN so has plenty of image files in it. If you do visit it, please do mail a comment as this would be very helpful. Thanks!

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