|From:||taliesin the storyteller <taliesin@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, February 23, 2002, 21:32|
* DigitalScream@aol.com said on 2002-02-23 03:40:00 +0100
> In a message dated 02/22/02 5:42:58 PM, kalatunu@HOTMAIL.COM writes:
> << very nice indeed. is there any grammar page available?
> mathias >>
> :( I'm sorry. I feel very inferior to the rest of you because I just
> have no clue how to design (or get, for that matter) a webpage, and I realize
> that this really hinders anyone else's ability to actually learn more about
> any of my languages. Maybe during the summer I can get someone to teach me.
1) Write in notepad or wordpad or something similarly simple, the main
thing is *write in pure, monospace text*! No bold, fancy fonts etc.
2) *Save* as pure text, with the extension .txt
3) Upload to webspace, if you don't have any, try geocities or
ask a friend to host the texts for you
4) Mail url to list
TADAA! You've just made a webpage. No need to do html at all really.
That goes for you fancy folk (et moi) too, of course. Content is king.
Write first, make look nice after.
This works, see http://www.srv.net/~ram/lexical_semantics.txt