Lynx clients use the WWW hypertext format HTML.
For information on how to use lynx see the Lynx help files
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Lynx is copyrighted but free for academic and research use. Those interested in using Lynx for major commercial uses should contact us.
The Lynx developers are Lou Montulli, Michael Grobe, and Charles Rezac.
Thanks to Tim Berners-Lee and the other CERN World Wide Web wizards for the WWW client library code and all of their other work on the WWW project, NCSA and the Mosaic developers, and to everyone out in netland who has contributed to Lynx's development either directly (through comments or bug reports) or indirectly (through inspiration and development of other systems). Also a special thanks to Foteos Macrides who ported much of Lynx to VMS.
A listserv list has been created for information about Lynx and for notification of updates. The listserv is called email@example.com. You may sign-up by sending a message with "subscribe lynx-dev <your-name>" as the only line in the message to firstname.lastname@example.org. DO NOT send subscribe requests to the lynx-dev list itself.