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Re: lynx-dev status

From: Philip Webb
Subject: Re: lynx-dev status
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 12:28:12 -0400 (EDT)

981023 Larry Virden wrote:
> The following are NOT intended to be critical of PW's work
> but a hope that a more accurate reference document could be provided.

certainly, let's find a few better/additional documents to link to:
give me the URLs & i can easily fit them into the revised Main Help Page;
of course, it's already almost onto p 3 ... (smile).

> Does anyone have a better quick html reference than the one at ?
> It's rather old (I think 2+ yrs) & doesn't cover much of contemporary html.
> It also might be useful to review whethere a more contemporary Primer doc
> is available: the ntsa one again is rather old and something else might
> more accurately reflect current HTML usage.

981023 Benjamin Sittler wrote:
> While it isn't structured like a typical primer,
> I find the HTML standards documents at W3C to be quite useful
> when writing HTML, as they cover most contemporary HTML
> (and since they're standards, the HTML they cover is likely
> to still work several years from now.)
they're already listed in MHP under the W3C section, aren't they?

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