This document contains a few tips on writing HTML. I suppose one could alternatively call these workarounds for bugs in Netscape Navigator... This page assumes you're familiar with the basics of HTML; if you aren't, see A Beginner's Guide to HTML.
<pre> [insert a screen's worth of blank lines here -- maybe 40 of 'em] </pre>Then when you link to the target (using a #target href), the target comes up at the top of the window instead of the bottom of the window. This goes a long way toward preventing reader confusion. (For those with browsers that handle the situation better, if anyone: if you use Netscape Navigator to jump to a target at the bottom of a page, the target comes up at the bottom of the window, often making it very difficult to find on the screen.)
<font size=1>(TM)</font>, which generates a small (TM) in parentheses. It's not the small superscripted TM that most lawyers would prefer, but apparently it'll do in a pinch.