Because of HTML writers like you, it really changed my views on Web site design - no more of this "Best viewed with...." for me. Thanks Steve.
Thanks for such a detailed, clear reply! This information will be very helpful."
A further review of your coments regarding my Web site has made me appreciate your comments even more. I really appreciate it. I got several comments and yours were the best by far."
"What a thoughtful reply. I'm impressed."
You answered my question (and its implications) perfectly and gave me a staggering amount of information in addition. Thank you so very much.
Thank you for the most helpful suggestions. Most of the ... issues are new to me. I will certainly build your suggestions in to my future class projects.
I believe it is very important for persons with your expertise to give these kinds of critiques because as professors, we are often struggling to keep up with all the new changes in the writing world, especially electronic writing.
Your critique helps immeasurably. Thanks again.
"An excellent ... practical method for authoring documents for the 'world wide' Web. I hope you will archive these suggestions at your site, for future reference."
"Yep ... exactly right [with nested tables include the optional closing </TR>, </TH> and </TD> tags]. I inserted 'em, and voila, it looks fine ...
"Point taken, I have done as you suggested.
Your other comments, with respect to the use of thumbnails, pictures and the idea of general virtual shopping I read with interest and plan to implement these suggestions in the following few weeks.
Many thanks again."
"Thank you for the kind comments. The errors you discovered have been corrected; I am quite grateful you are keen eyed and helpful! ;)"
"Steve, ... your note regarding the
<SUP>SM</SUP>. Lifesaver, since the
( )are not honored overseas!"
"Thanks a billion! Works great. Just what we were looking for. I'm glad we found out about the
<strike>tags [for our internal use], it'll make life a lot easier."
"Now that is a good idea. I'll use it."
"I changed the things that you mentioned. I use Microsoft's Internet Explorer and my page looked fine. I never thought that it might not look right with other browsers if it isn't written correctly."
"Thanx!!! I'm glad I asked."
"Your review was very helpful. In the books that I have read I never saw a
<P ALIGN=CENTER>tag used. Then again I am [only] in the middle of my 3rd book. I did have Netscape in mind. However, it looked good when it was rendered with Netcom, Prodigy and Netscape. (No centering in Netcom, but it did look good)."
"Thank you again for your review. It was very helpful and greatly appreciated."
"Steve, Thank you very much for your time and comments. Take care."
"I agree on your analysis."
"Thanks for taking the time to offer such detailed comments. Good point. I'll see what we can do. Yes ... sloppy coding that needs cleaning. Some of this was cleaned up and some wasn't. Thanks. I'm in total agreement. This won't be in the final version on this page. Didn't know of such tags ... my ignorance. I'll certainly change those."
"Again, thanks for all your help AND, thanks for not taking the religious high ground. While I am tryin as much as possible to make the code as non-proprietary as possible, I often find old habits die hard (i.e.
"... just wanted to elect you to the 'good folks who unselfishly help others [club]'."
"Thanks once again. Everything worked fine once I put that ... line in. That was THE problem. Thanks."
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http://www1.shore.net/~straub/wprmultb.htmwhich I consider one of the finest presentations of information I have seen."
Thanks for taking such effort."
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