- I have three questions:
1. How do I unsubscibe from this list? I need to resubscribe under a
different email address.
2. Can I get clips that use only HTML 4.0? Should I be doing this?
3. What is a good resource for learning the current specifications of HTML
Ok, so it was more like four questions...sorry!
> > 3. What is a good resource for learning the currentI really like the W3C specification which was edited by Dave Raggett an
> > specifications of HTML 4.0?
several others. It is located at http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/.
- The 4.0 library is great. I had to do a page for a ZDU class in HTML 4 and
using the library, I passed the checker 100%!!!! In other words, completely
perfect HTML 4
----- Original Message -----
From: Kay Roath <notetab@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 9:06 PM
Subject: [NTB] Re: Questions
> > 2. Can I get clips that use only HTML 4.0? Should I be
> > doing this?
> > 3. What is a good resource for learning the current
> > specifications of HTML 4.0?
The specifications may be found at http://www.w3.org/. This is the official
site. There are literally dozens of sites with great tutorials for every
level of HTML. Or for a very small amount of money you can take progressive
classes at ZDU (Ziff-Davis University) which is what I did.
- 10/06/1999 11:24 AM Planetwax@... wrote
> 1. How do I unsubscibe from this list? I need toUse your current subscribe address & send a blank e-mail to
> resubscribe under a different email address.
Use the one you want subscribed & send a blank e-mail to
or use the link that egroups puts at the end of the messages
- probably better so you can read on the web if you want.
> 2. Can I get clips that use only HTML 4.0? Should I beThere's a clipbook zip in the archive that has the specs for
> doing this?
> 3. What is a good resource for learning the current
> specifications of HTML 4.0?
3.2 & 4. I just got it & haven't had a chance to really
look but already used it to find what I needed at the
moment. I'm sorry, I don't have the page for the repository
but there's a link on the home page http://www.notetab.com
These libraries just give the specs. There are others that
will help you write HTML 4.0 if that's what you were asking
> Lawrence, KSWe're almost neighbors :) Jefferson City, MO
--- Grandma Kay --- I'm BACK :) Survived another one of my
husbands emergency room trips & hospital stays! He did
too!! Maybe we're good for another 18 months ©
- Hi Janet,
> Ok, so it was more like four questions...sorry!Here is the answer to the fifth. :) There is also the NoteTab &
HTML list which is a relatively quiet list, but there are a
number of very experienced HTML'ers on it. You might be
interested in signing up for it for further questions concerning
HTML and answer some too! :) Subscription info below.
The NoteTab and Html List...
- I have been told that the Note Tab program will help me greatly in
downloading information. I subscribed, but haven't the faintest notion of
where to go from here. Is there such a thing as a step by step explanation of
the procedure to follow? If so, I hope it is in layman's terms.
- Hi Dick,
> I have been told that the Note Tab program will help me greatlyWelcome to the list!
> in downloading information. I subscribed, but haven't the
> faintest notion of where to go from here.
Subscribing is the first step to getting some questions answered.
(Boy, does that ever sound corny. :-)
My guess is you are referring to the Paste Board when you say
"downloading." NoteTab does not download files like can be
initiated through a web browser.
There are different ways to capture text from to NoteTab from
other applications such as a browser or eMail program. Let's
start with the Paste Board itself though without using Clips.
Open a new document. From the main menu click on Document and
then Use Paste Board (Shift+Ctrl+P). Now, come back to this post
and copy a few lines of text, say the paragraph above this one.
Now copy this paragraph. Switch over to NoteTab and look at your
Paste Board which had the green tab color by default. Notice
that unlike Clipboard that gets overwritten each time you copy
text, Paste Board appends each Clipboard change to the document
you designate as the Paste Board.
Now, go to NoteTab's Options (from under the View menu) and click
on the Tools tab. Look in the larger edit window called Paste
Board Divider. Type in something like <-- Divider --> and add a
sound if you like. Copy or Cut some text now. You do not need
to leave NoteTab but the Paste Board will not activate if you
copy text from it.
You may see some other examples of using NoteTab to gather
information from applications for you by trying out the
CaptureLinks Library. I also have a Library that will do a
number of things with captured text like add it to an outline,
print, format hyperlinks in a few different formats and some more
I think - it's been awhile since I looked at it.
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