getting into web code

finally got around to fixin’ up my web page at xoom.com; i have read about how ”ugly” the xoombar is, but for unlimited web space, it’s a small sacrifice. and for me, it beats the pop-up banner ads and stuff like that.. i’ve mostly done web design with netscape composer (since netscape gold days) b/c i like the wysiwyg interface, tho’ i can’t tailor the code as much as i’d like, but now that i’m getting more into web design at my 2nd job (at at&t), i’m using notepad and text editors like many others to get into the html code.. my frustration tonight was finding out that i couldn’t just define a font face for the entire page, at least not for netscape’s satisfaction.. so here’s a little more on what’s enticed me.. seeing other journal entries on other personal pages, and i’m thinking to myself.. how could i do it without having to do html coding and formatting and all that junk.. so it dawned on me, i could use an online guestbook, which can be customized for the most part, and have built in formatting and timestamp. well, there you have it, maybe i’ll start a new web revolution.. hey, this kind of things is how trends get set. just remember, you saw it here first- using a guestbook for personal journal entries

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