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RE: Seeing Q&A

From: Andy Forbes <andy@inlet.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 17:22:11 -0600
To: <MWhisman@aol.com>, <www-style@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000001be2881$bdd68f40$433410d0@drj.Inlet>
Perhaps this will answer this question across the board for people looking
for CSS/HTML help. I highly recommend checking out the following URL. If you
subscribe to the MonkeyJunkies mailing list there, you can get some
excellent help, especially with CSS/JavaScript etc.

http://www.webmonkey.com


Worst navigation to finding how to subscribe to the mailing list, so here's
the URL:
http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/mail/mail.html


This message will never be posted again, and no I don't work for hotwired or
webmonkey.



Good luck,
Andrew


-----Original Message-----
From: www-style-request@w3.org [mailto:www-style-request@w3.org]On
Behalf Of MWhisman@aol.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 1998 5:01 PM
To: www-style@w3.org
Subject: Seeing Q&A


> BTW, this forum is not a question-and-answer stylesheet support mailing
> list. It is designed for discussion of the CSS3 specification. Please
> reread the documentation that came with your subscription for more
> details.

Pardon my ignorance, but where would one go for Q&A on HTML & CSS?

Perhaps the W3C website should point out sites, newsgroups, mailing list
listservs, books where users could get and give help on HTML, CSS, and other
issues overseen by W3C. IMHO, this would further the W3C's goal of making
the
web accessible to all users. Also, don't users' questions (*especially* new
users) point out useability issues, e.g. what is/isn't clear about HTML and
CSS?

Web advances move so quickly that even the newest printed matter is mostly
on
CSS1. What better way for new users to learn than to benefit from the most
experienced, even the inventors?

I'm not saying this list should be for Q&A, rather that places offering
stylesheet Q&A, teaching, and support should be publicized (pointed out,
linked to) by the W3C and by this list.

// end rant

Climbing off my soapbox now,
Ben Whisman
Received on Tuesday, 15 December 1998 18:26:00 GMT

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