Have you noticed the super-increased activity in the net this weekend causing pages to take much longer than normal to load or not load at all. Similiar to Cape traffic on weekends. Just stay off the road unless you like large parking lots.
I'm going to play later this week with '#include' directives and such. I only have several 'original' HTML books, purchased when HTML first hit the bookstores. I was coding HTML for a local company when Java was created. There are some good website tutorials on the net for anyone wishing to learn basic webpage design. It almost isn't necessary anymore with all the new HTML wizards out there. (A wizard is an application that 'talks you through' writing a webpage and automatically sets up a lot of parameters through dragon drop
Update: Interesting! I made an ASCII side-face above and this UBB automatically converted it to a red face. What other surprises lurk deep inside this thing?
[This message has been edited by moulton (edited 11-29-98).]