Daily Deal: Introduction to Coding with HTML, CSS, And JavaScript

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DNY (profile) says:

On learning HTML

Just an amusing personal story from the early days of the internet:

There came a point in the early ’90’s when I realized I’d need to have a webpage, and thus would need to learn HTML. I picked up an HTML manual and realized I already knew it.

How could that be?

Well, when I finished my mathematics PhD in 1984, there was no decent way of using TeX on any personal computer, but there was a wonderful typesetting and layout program adapted to typesetting mathematics available for the Apple II called The Guttenberg WordProcessor. I’d bought a copy so I could typeset my research papers. Its native code was essentially identical the HTML 1.0 — the only real differences were the <html> tag and tags for making hyperlinks.

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