Topic: It's nice to help out.
Date of Revision: August 95
Want help with HTML? Unix? Emacs?
Everything you never wanted to know about HTML
Help with UNIX and common commands
- I decided to write my own HTML primer. It's best for beginners. So, if you are semi-computer literate, here's a great place to start using HTML.
- I also wrote a referance manual to HTML. I included most tags. There are a few notable things left out, but it includes HTML 3.
- I wrote more about HTML. My official homepage has lots of articles written by me for people who are concerned about they're page's appearance.
- This is the official list of HTML helper pages. I don't suggest using it with Lynx because the number of sites listed is huge!
- This is a quite the HTML primer. I got started on my first HTML document by reading this.
- If you're writing for a Netscape market, you need to know about all the "extra" tags they put in their browser.
- I wrote a help file for EMACS. I wrote this for people who don't have a UNIX box running X Windows in front of them. It's pretty basic, but it'll get you started using EMACS.
- The help system at Gateway Lab is really nice.
- Yale has a nice help system for UNIX too...