Caution: Platform crossing ahead

Heid, Jim
October 1996
Macworld;Oct96, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p157
Focuses on the problems that World Wide Web-site and CD-ROM developers encounter when crossing platforms. Font foibels; Graphic differences; Audio aggravations. INSET: Who builds the best bridge?..


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