His technique for teaching html principles is to have an example (i.e.: a table similar to the one at the bottom of this page.) followed immediately by the code to make it happen with some explanation along the way. Since I usually know what I want but need to know the syntax, his tutorials really work for me. Also, one could *really* learn html by sitting down and carefully reading the whole thing. They are very complete.
Html is only one small part of his web site, there is quite a lot more. The main thing is that he really seems to get his kicks by helping people. I personally have a lot of respect for this kind of person.
Among his talents, Jon is a fantastic artist (imho). I don't know much about computer art, or art in general, but I really like his work. I talked him into letting me display one of his works here. They remind me of Rene Magritte's work. Magritte has always been one of my favorites.
Oh Ya...Jon made the "InterScape-NaviSplorer" .gif for me!
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