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RE: maybe it's time to un-acronym TFM? (was RE: [ProgSoc] Clickable Image)
Hey come on , I know what TFM and RTFM mean and i will get the TFM next
time when i go to uni , i havent got it rite now that y I asked.
> From: Matthew Estela[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Reply To: Matthew Estela
> Sent: Friday, July 03, 1998 1:40 PM
> To: Matt Beauregard; NGUYEN Vincent
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: maybe it's time to un-acronym TFM? (was RE: [ProgSoc]
> Clickable Image)
> I'm gonna attempt to be the first in the group of people who, right
> now, are
> typing RTFM in very large letters.
> RTFM: Read the fucking manual, a frequent put down directed at newbies
> ask questions easily answered by looking at documentation.
> TFM: The fucking manual, a progsoc book which answers pretty much
> question that would normally be answered 'RTFM'. Vincent, go buy TFM.
> > On Fri, 3 Jul 1998, NGUYEN Vincent wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi ,
> > > I tried to make a clickable image in a homepage so that when the
> > > click on that image , it will link to another
> > > html file and it is working fine. The problems is how do you get
> rid of
> > > those blue lines around that image once you make a hyperlink to
> it ?.
> > > Help will be greatly appreciated.
> > Put BORDER=0 in the IMG tag.
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