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Re: Web Software

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Vance McSwain (vmcswain)
Wed, 6 Mar 1996 19:56:01 +0000


> >Finally, I have my sculptures in digital format..ready to start
> >figuring out how to design a Web Page. Any suggestions
> >as to Web Page Software and/or Site? Or should I just start from
> >scratch. I figured out Logo/MicroWorlds, should I just jump into it
> >without any software or what? Totally confused after going thru
> >the catalogues in regard to software- WebStar, Adobe etc....
> >
> >Any Suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I live in a fairly
> >rural community and it is difficult to find people to discuss this
> >with.
> -----------------------------------------------------------
Joanne,
Do a net search for HTML. (The language the software uses to decide
how to display your page designs.) You can also save a page you like
if you are using Netscape. Just go to file and "save as" usually to
the Netscape directory. Then open an HTML editor and see the way the
page is coded. I am using a shareware copy of HTML Writer version 0.9
by Kris Nosack. http://lal.cs.byu.edu/people/nosack.

You are welcome to see my page. I am just now learning to use
something called frames. It is the newest thing from Netscape.
http://wolfen.wolfe.k12.ky.us/globe/Athens/
http://www.geopages.com/Athens/1354

Incidentally, www.geopages.com, offers free space for personal web
pages. You can go to their address and find out. There are literally
thousands of people on the site so it can be slow during peak hours.

Good luck and let me know how it turns out.

Vance McSwain
vmcswain