From: Jonathan Gapen <firstname.lastname@example.org> In-Reply-To: <326BB5EB@smtpgate.ftt.com> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Appearance and Content Date: Mon, 21 Oct 1996 17:18:14 (-0600) Message-ID: <19961021.717E7F8.F636@sarah.amiga.net.net.wisc.edu> In "Appearance and Content", "Jason O'Brien" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote= : >=20 > Even forgetting the spelling errors, if the text was not formatted =20= > properly, how would you ever pick this one? Now if the other one had= =20 > centered text, with bold text separating different sections, justified= =20 > text and margins, now who's going to get the job? They both have the= =20 > same content -- the appearance made the difference. If there is to b= e a =20 If basic HTML isn't formatted properly on your screen, you really ou= ght to dump that piece'o'crap browser you're using, and get one that works bett= er.=20 HTML was intended to mark up text structurally, and the browser should k= now how to render those structures properly. If it can't do that, it doesn'= t have much claim to understanding HTML. --=20 Jonathan Gapen (email@example.com) Bread in, toast out. How does it DO that?