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ThinkQuest Internet contest.
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Also contained in the About section is information about How We Created
this web site. Read about the ThinkQuest Team that made the site and each of the members, both students and coaches.
Creating this site took the work of six people, thousands of hours, and all sorts of
computer software and hardware. Read about the Technologies that were used to put this project together. This site could not have been created without the aid of many other Helpers
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– For those interested in creating their own web sites, visit this ThinkQuest site from 1998 that teaches about web site creation, HTML, and features of interactive web sites.HTML: An Online Tutorial – This is another guide to creating web sites and
learning HTML that was created by students for the ThinkQuest contest. It is from 1997.ThinkQuest – The contest for which this site was developed.