Ocean Science--Spring Quarter 1996
Generating Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
Having explored some of the reference guides to HTML available on the
web ( NCSA
tutorial, the University of
Kansas quick reference guide, the
W3 Consortium style guide), it appears that generating HTML is not
The files are simply text files to which the markup
tags have been added.
Demonstration of Converting Some Text Manually, Using Microsoft Word
Problems Areas for Scientific Markup
- Greek letters, superscripts, subscripts. Here's an example, but
will defer the how-to until next class session.
- Equations. Done as images; will defer until that class session.
Approaches to Markup
- manually edit text files
- dedicated editors; I've listed some for
Windows...any susgestions for other computing environments
- word processing converters, e.g., Internet Assistant for
- computer generated pages, e.g., useful in working with lists that
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