Welcome to Joe Knueven's presence on the World Wide Web courtesy of GeoCities which provides the necessary disk space for storing my Web pages. The generous allotment of disk space to me for my Web pages contains three distinct pages.
Unfortunately GeoCities has recently introduced what they call an "ad square" into the upper right-hand corner of my web pages. I have no way of controlling whether or not this feature will appear on my web pages. If you wait for a couple of minutes the square will be replaced by a much smaller rectangular window. In the upper right-hand corner of this square is a small "x" - point your cursor at this "x" and click and the entire thing will disappear. It reappears when you move to another screen of my page - I use many screens to speed loading of the information you really want to access. I apologize for this feature and have sent my objection to the GeoCities management although I doubt that it will do any good. In the meanwhile there is a small message at the bottom of this ad window which reads "Send me email" - click on this legend and you will get a screen which will permit you to send me e-mail.
In all cases I have attempted to create pages which are not only accessible to those with graphic Web browsers such as Netscape, MSIE and Opera but also to those with text only browsers such as Lynx and via e-mail. While this has not always been entirely possible I think all of you will find access reasonably easy.
I do not use frames which I think are greatly overused on the Web. My views on frames agree with many users of the Web. MIT has a very good explanation of why frames should not be used. I have only recently introduced a few table tags in order to better position some of the graphics. I hope that this does not cause problems for my text only users. Following are synopses of the three pages and links to access them. Hope that you find them enjoyable and that you will return often.
Should anyone care to send comments or suggestions concerning any of the above pages I would certainly appreciate hearing from you. - just click here to reach my mail address
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