There are some very helpful documents that are on the Web which
explain in detail how to use the HTML syntax. One site which offers
a primer is the following: http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimer.html.
Another site offers an interactive tutorial. Try the tutorial at:
http://www.cs.bgsu.edu/ jburns/syllabus.html. If you are
looking for help on using Netscape, you can hold the right mouse
button down on the Help menu located to the far right of the Netscape
window and choose the Handbook option.
There is also an application installed on the Math machine that
will help you construct your Web pages. It is called HoTMetaL. To
use it, just type the following at your UNIX prompt:
math larock % hm2 &
Once this has started, there is a help menu to the far right corner.
Just hold the right mouse button down on this menu and choose the
Browse Help option. This will explain how to use HoTMetaL
to construct Web pages.