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From .net issue 76 HTML for beginners - Part 3 In the third instalment of our series Karl Hodge looks at some of the properties that can be applied to text. From .net issue 75 HTML for beginners - Part 2 In the second part of our series, Karl Hodge defines page properties using HTML, a text editor, and a cheese and pickle sandwich (optional). From .net issue 74 HTML for beginners - Part 1 Drag-and-drop Web authoring programs are great, but can only take you so far. Karl Hodge shows you how to create your own pages using a text editor. From .net issue 70 Clean-up your Web site Take some time out and think about cleaning up your Web site. Dave Taylor stands ready with a broom and some elbow grease. From .net issue 62 The Good HTML Guide Avoid common coding catastrophes with .net's fast
and furious guide to Web design do's and don'ts. From .net issue 48 Table Manners Tables can be tricky to master but are worth the effort. Neal Slateford shows you how to build your own. From .net issue 46 The Joy Of Text Knowing how to lay out HTML text will make your Web pages look great and read easier. Neal Slateford shows you how.
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