Clear and to the Point

15 February, 2009

Web pages without HTML

Filed under: Web — monado @ 14:49

I didn’t realize this: Web browsers read text just fine. So if you have a simple bit of information to putt online, you do not have to code it into HTML. Just put up the text file.

Here’s an example, a running schedule.

Obviously, it’s very easy to update. You do need enough HTML to create the referring page, of course, and that means you must be able to insert links. But that isn’t difficult, especially when any blogging software will insert links for you. Then you can look at the HTML code and see how it’s done.


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