Re: [NTB] HTML Beginner
- Hi Paul,
The messages that were posted here earlier contained more than
enough information to get one started doing HTML and writing very
basic Clips (which gets discussed on the Clips list. ;)
Hopefully it was not too much that it gets confusing. Once you
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>Are you trying to do something in particular or just learning.Happy HTML'n!
>I have learnt some things not many, but related to data bases,
>Would you like to go on an HTML journey with me?
>Would give you my e-mail address but don't know if that would
>break the rules.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "merrimiller" <merri@...>
>> I haven't got a clue as to where to begin. I have just started
>> a scripting class and I need the very basics of the tags and
>> how to put them into NTL.
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