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HTML for Dummies 2nd Edition Bonus Disk

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h4d2esea.hqx (683.14 KB)
MD5: 5078cca8ff346ea0776ab51f2b45d03c
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS X
Guides on emulating older applications

Contains ready-made templates and special utilities to help create web pages for the internet.

After extracting the file, navigate to the DUMMIES folder, then the H4D2 folder, and launch the HTML4DUM.HTM file using Internet Explorer or Netscape. The HTML files are compatible with most versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape for Classic Mac OS and early Mac OS X versions.

The HTML files were tested on a Power Mac G4 (MDD 2003) running Mac OS X 10.2.8 using Internet Explorer 5.2 and on a Macintosh PowerBook 540c running Mac OS 8.1 using Internet Explorer 4.0 and no problems were found!

File extracted from a 3.5" Floppy Disk from the accompanying book.



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by Katie Cadet - 2018, January 28 - 6:54pm

Internet Browsers that need testing with this entry:
Safari, Firefox, TenFourFox, Classilla, MacWWW, Google Chrome, Mozilla, Roccat, Opera, Netscape, WaMCom, iCab, NCSA Mosaic, MacWeb, and other Internet Explorer versions. (Various versions for SSW 6 to macOS High Sierra.) (Tested software: Internet Explorer 4.0 and 5.2.)

Operating Systems that need testing with this entry:
SSW 6 to macOS High Sierra. (Tested versions: Mac OS 8.1 and Mac OS X 10.2.8.)

Emulators that need testing with this entry:
SheepShaver, Basilisk II, Mini vMac, Mini vMac II, QEMU, Classic Environment, PearPC, and Rosetta.

The templates on this page will work with any HTML Editing and Website Creation software packages ranging from SSW 6 to macOS High Sierra. If anyone would like to test the HTML files with the following web browsers, operating systems, and emulators, then go right ahead! Various versions of StuffIt Expander (or any other decompression utility for handling HQX files) for SSW 6 to macOS High Sierra should extract the file successfully. Feel free to edit the page with the testing results and additional information (and also comment on this page) to see if the HTML files are tested correctly (if not all of them listed above). Thanks!