Web page creation and publishing with speech
janina at rednote.net
Thu Jul 26 18:25:54 UTC 2007
The quickest way to learn html, imho, is to find a page you like and
shamelessly copy it. Look at its source and put your own content in. For
instance, you might look at the SpeakupModified.Org home page to see how
the mailto is used.
You should also bookmark:
> I have had a look at Openoffice Writer. The menus seem similar to Word
> so I presume I could construct a page same way only I have forgotten how
> to create an email field and could not seem to be able to find a guide
> as to how it was done in Word so I could apply the same method.
> On Thu, 2007-07-26 at 10:46 -0400, Janina Sajka wrote:
> > I do mine by hand still in a text editor. You might try using Open
> > Office.
> > Janina
> > Michael Weaver writes:
> > > I am thinking of constructing a web page.
> > > I started it at one point under Windows but I lost a few files and
> > > with me thinking of eventually migrating to Linux I abandoned it for a
> > > while.
> > > What tools would anyone suggest for me to create and uploade my page
> > > which are accessible with speech in Linux?
> > > Hope someone can advise me.
> > >
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