. . . can be reached at these convenient locations . . .
- e-mail: email@example.com
- p-mail: Caltech, MC: 18:34, Pasadena, CA 91125, Millikan - 607
- phone: (626) 395-4629
- fax: (626) 449-8676
Places to go, things to see . . .
. . . And . . . Bruce's
Vicarious Virtual Virtuosity Listing
(OR "People With Much More Interesting Home Pages . . .")
Making Your Own Home Page
The easiest way to make a home page is to copy someone else's and modify the names, addresses (URLs), ideas, etc. To look at the HTML source code of any document Mosaic displays to you, merely choose View Source under the File menu. To save the source code, choose Save As... under File, select HTML format, and give the pathname for the document to be saved at.
Believe me, all HTML pages began with one UR-Document. Don't reinvent
The sources below will give you some idea of what you can do. HTML is not a difficult language to use. Have at.
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