WWW Introduction: Part 17

Florian Eggenberger eggenber
Tue Jan 10 08:35:26 EST 1995


In article <1995Jan9.211927.10436 at nomina.lu.se>, Bo Servenius <bo.servenius at wblab.lu.se> writes:
|> 
|> In article <1995Jan4.151721.4587 at comp.bioz.unibas.ch> eggenber,  writes:
|> >WWW INTRODUCTION        January 1995
|> >================
|> >
|> >PART 17: Customizing WWW
|> >------------------------
|> 
|> Please supply the url to the page containing this info at the top of all
|> your news.

This posting is part of a series of articles that have been posted to
bionet.software.www. Previous articles are also available via ftp and http:
nic.switch.ch/mirror/embnet-ch/archive_data/***_version.txt
http://www.ch.embnet.org/bio-www/teaching.html

|> BTW you did not mention Netscape in your posting. Hope you have started

Sure, there are a lot of other software products available including:
Booklink, SpryMosaic, Cello, SlipKnot, AMosaic, Emacs-W3, OmniWeb, MidasWWW,
Viola, Chimera, CERN's line-browser etc. The aim of this series, however, was 
not to provide a thorough survey of browsers available but rather to answer
the very basic questions as what is the World-Wide Web, what is available
on the Web and how to get and install the software required to access the Web.


Florian Eggenberger

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