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I have a written a detailed html tutorial here:-
http://sandy007smarty.seo.iitm.ac.in...html-tutorial/
I know there are a couple of html tutorials out there. But its a
tutorial without links!!
Everything in one page.
Please leave a comment if you like it.

Sep 25 '06 #1
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Turbo wrote:
I have a written a detailed html tutorial here:-
http://sandy007smarty.seo.iitm.ac.in...html-tutorial/
It looks like stuff that people used to write about ten years ago when they
had just learned some bits of HTML.

Simple test: is even the first sentence correct? Nope.
I know there are a couple of html tutorials out there. But its a
tutorial without links!!
And without real markup - everything is basically just plain text. You don't
seem to think that HTML would be suitable for an HTML tutorial, do you.

Actually, I think you just stole someone else's tutorial, and an old one at
that. Who on &planet; would babble about gopher and xmosaic if he wanted to
write a tutorial on HTML these days?
Please leave a comment if you like it.
Oh, in that case: no comment.

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Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")
http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/

Sep 25 '06 #2

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On 25 Sep 2006 15:06:53 -0700, "Turbo" <sa**********@gmail.comwrote:
>I have a written a detailed html tutorial here:-
http://sandy007smarty.seo.iitm.ac.in...html-tutorial/
I know there are a couple of html tutorials out there. But its a
tutorial without links!!
Everything in one page.
Please leave a comment if you like it.
Hi Turbo,

Do you find there are few problems with your implementation of <pre>
for the tutorial?

I found the font a little difficult to read at its default size (and I
could not see anything in the CSS that was aimed at controlling the
pre tag) and with the fixed width layout of the page the <pretext
broke the layout when I increased the size.

I do like the idea of a one page tutorial though, I am not a big fan
of multiple small linked pages, and would love to read your tutorial
without the font size problems :-)

All the best,

Andrew
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Andrew
http://www.andrews-corner.org/
Sep 25 '06 #3

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Jukka K. Korpela wrote:
Turbo plagiarised:
>I have a [stolen] a detailed html tutorial here:-
http://sandy007smarty.seo.iitm.ac.in...html-tutorial/

Actually, I think you just stole someone else's tutorial, and an old
one at that.
<http://www.seas.gwu.edu/~simhaweb/java/lectures/module15/html_tutorial.html>

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-bts
-Motorcycles defy gravity; cars just suck.
Sep 25 '06 #4

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On Mon, 25 Sep 2006 23:14:18 GMT, "Beauregard T. Shagnasty"
<a.*********@example.invalidwrote:
>Jukka K. Korpela wrote:
>Turbo plagiarised:
>>I have a [stolen] a detailed html tutorial here:-
http://sandy007smarty.seo.iitm.ac.in...html-tutorial/

Actually, I think you just stole someone else's tutorial, and an old
one at that.

<http://www.seas.gwu.edu/~simhaweb/java/lectures/module15/html_tutorial.html>
Hi,

Hmmm..... I am a little shocked. Call me a little naive but surely if
you lacked enough morals to steal another's work, without any
acknowledgement, you would not also be foolish enough to advertise the
fact on a NG?

Oh well, I guess that explains the odd use of <pre>: it makes the
Copy of the [stolen] material easier.

Andrew
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Andrew
http://www.andrews-corner.org/
Sep 26 '06 #5

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Andrew wrote:
Call me a little naive but surely if
you lacked enough morals to steal another's work, without any
acknowledgement, you would not also be foolish enough to advertise the
fact on a NG?
Welcome to Earth.

You will need advice and hints here, because the inhabitants are rather
weird. I will just give some tips related to HTML and the Internet:

1) The great majority of "HTML tutorials" around don't use even
syntactically valid HTML.

2) "I just found a cool site - -" means that someone is spamming an
advertisement of his site once again.

3) "How do I present HTML code in an HTML page?" means that someone is
trying to write an HTML tutorial without having read one.

4) People who advertise their site without even telling their name probably
stole their content from somewhere and think they will get away with it if
they remain anonymous.

5) People even write tutorials about "HMTL programming". (They never wrote a
computer program; that helps them to maintain the illusion.)

--
Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")
http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/

Sep 26 '06 #6

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Turbo schrieb:
I have a written a detailed html tutorial here:-
http://sandy007smarty.seo.iitm.ac.in...html-tutorial/
[...] But its a tutorial without links!!
Cool! Smells like HTML spirit ...
A HYPERtext Markup Language tutorial without Hypertext.
Sep 26 '06 #7

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Andrew schrieb:
I do like the idea of a one page tutorial though, I am not a big fan
of multiple small linked pages, and would love to read your tutorial
without the font size problems :-)
Well it should be a problem to write a multiple page tutorial and
a one page print version.

You only have to seperate content and design using valid css and php the
include command or something like that and that´s it.
Sep 26 '06 #8

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