Re: Bless His Little W3 Socks
Fri, 27 Jan 1995 07:52:42 +0100 wrote:
> Dear All
> Up until now I use a bare ASCII editor to create HTML - I havent

As all *real* webmasters do.. :*)

> yet found an editor that produces the code as I like it, and I'm
> afraid I see an aesthetic appeal in well presented code.
> OK I Confess: I wear my little W3 socks in bed (well I am British!)

Me2! Now where can I get those socks?
> Tables are Oh So useful, and Oh So painful to code; so far I've done
> my CV (no surprises that was the first thing I tried!) and that took
> an age!!

Let me know if you'd like it linked to from
> SO :
> I'll give up my aesthetic pretentions for an editor/macro that can
> hack tables, if anyone knows of one. Ideally a macro for Excel would
> seem to be the answer, but I'm not a basic programmer and would still
> like to keep some kind of life:-)

Life? What's that??
> Any suggestions.
> PS Anyone know when Netscape will support Tables, a major omision

Agreed. All browsers should support tables. Right now!
I know I should go RTFM but I trust that forms and tables will
intermix. i.e. we will be able to layout forms as tables..?

PS: whenever I try to reach <URL:> I get 404,
"Not found - file doesn't exist or is read protected [even tried multi]"
Anyone know what's up?
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