Everbody Look.

OpeDog (opedog@csra.net)
Thu, 16 Jan 1997 21:15:27 -0500 (EST)

Date: Thu, 16 Jan 1997 21:15:27 -0500 (EST)
Message-Id: <199701170215.VAA27278@www10.w3.org>
To: www-html@www10.w3.org
From: OpeDog <opedog@csra.net>
Subject: Everbody Look.

>> OpeDog <opedog@csra.net> 01/14/97 04:53am >>>
>>Ummm, ok, no problem, what's a style sheet and what is CSS1???? maybe
>>that will clear this up.

Charles Peyton wrote

>>>You can find out about style sheets at:
>>>But really, do you mean to tell me that you've *never* 
>>>used style sheets (sometimes just called "styles") in a 
>>>word processor program? 

No. Sorry.

>>>This mailing list is "for technical discussion" and really 
>>>isn't a how-to kind of place. 

So I'm just not asking the right kind of questions? Or would you mind
what you mean by "how-to."

>>>If I were you, I would browse both the W3C web site (www.w3.org) 
>>>and a how to place like webmonkey (www.webmonkey.com) or the Web 
>>>Design Group's reference section (www.htmlhelp.com/reference/) to learn 
>>>more about the web. The newsgroup comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html 
>>>is also a good source sometimes.

If one does not know anything about a current "technical discussion," would
it not be easiest for that to ask someone here (on the mailing list)? And
even if it inconvienances that person (as it sounds like I'm doing in your
case), or persons on the mailing list, do they have to reply?

>>>>This isn't just directed at you, 

yeah right.

>>>there have been several "how do I" type messages on this list,

by all means, name them, I'm curious.

>>>and that's not what this list is for (at least as I interpret it).

Allow me to apologize for any inconvienances I have put you (Charles
Peyton), or anyone in this mailing list in by asking "how-to" questions or
not contributing to "technical discussions." Again, my apologies.

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