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Html Docs


  • The Tutorials Search Engine (http://www.findtutorials.com)


  • XHTML[tm] 1.0: The Extensible HyperText Markup Language (http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/) A Reformulation of HTML 4 in XML 1.0

Dynamic html:

  • Dynamic HTML Resource - htmlguru.com (http://htmlguru.com/)
  • html center's procenter (http://www.webresource.net/html/procenter/procenter.html)
  • Macromedia's Dynamic HTML Zone (http://www.dhtmlzone.com/tutorials/index.html)
  • CSS FAQ and Tutorials (http://www.mako4css.com/). It's also covering NN4.xx issues and a CSS-P tutorial
  • Builder.com's "Getting started..." (http://www.cnet.com/Content/Builder/Authoring/CSS/index.html)
  • Styling with Javascript by Nick Heinle (http://webreview.com/97/09/05/coder/index.html)
  • Positioning HTML Elements with CSSP and Javascript 1.2 (http://developer.netscape.com/library/technote/index.html?content=dhtml/css/css.htm)
  • Dynamic HTML in Communicator (http://developer.netscape.com/library/documentation/communicator/dynhtml/index.htm)
  • www.dhtmlzone.com (http://forums.macromedia.com/dynamic.html) - Discussion forum


  • http://www.refsnesdata.no (http://www.refsnesdata.no) RD Site Builder is a well organized and easy to understand HTML CSS XML tutorial with lots of working examples and source code.
  • Overview of the CSS Specification (http://www.webreview.com/guides/style/glossary.html)
  • CSS Spec. Chart identifying support for designated browser (http://www.webreview.com/guides/style/mastergrid.html)
  • W3C Positioning HTML Elements with CSS (http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/TR/WD-positioning)


  • Rex Swain's SSI Demo (http://www.pcnet.com/~rhswain/ssidemo.shtml)


  • WEBalley (http://www.weballey.net/index.html) -- web publishing for beginners. Excellent html tutorials and web design guides. Templates to help beginners writing their first basic homepage. Tips on how to use graphics on your website. Tutorials to teach you everyting you need to know to create and publish your first website. Online home page wizard, online search engine submission.
  • Web Authoring FAQ (http://www.htmlhelp.com/faq/html/all.html)
  • JavaScripts, HTML, Webdesign & Promotion (http://www.algonet.se/~tools/)
  • Rex Swain's Zoomable RGB Color Sampler (http://www.pcnet.com/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/~rhswain/colors.cgi)
  • Rex Swain's Pure RGB Color Sampler (http://www.pcnet.com/~rhswain/pure.html)
  • Rex Swain's HTML Sampler (http://www.pcnet.com/~rhswain/sampler.html) - See how your browser renders various HTML elements
  • Creating Killer Web Sites (http://www.killersites.com/core.html)
  • The Proper uses of HTML's Meta Tags (http://www.webresource.net/html/basics/meta.html)
  • Web Wonk (http://www.dsiegel.com/tips/)- Tips for Writers and Designers . Whether you're a home (page) maker, an e-mailer, or a web site graphic designer, these tips will help you be a better communicator on the Net.
  • Getting the most out of frames (http://www.developer.com/news/techfocus/012698_jsframes.html)
  • HTML the easy way (http://www.mlode.com/~guzzetta/pages/howto) - a quick guide to learning HTML quick and easily.
  • HTML - The Complete Guide (http://www.emerson.emory.edu/services/html/html.html) - explains imagemaps, forms, and more.
  • Woodchuck's HTML Tutorial (http://www.inconnect.com/~mkbarrus/html.html) - a small site dedicated to making your page look prettier using HTML.
  • Elements of HTML Style (http://www.book.uci.edu/Staff/StyleGuide.html) - A small guide which explains a little bit of the concepts of HTML.
  • HTML Assistance (http://www.ipr.nl/developr/roland/assist.htm) - A quick reference to HTML
  • Revised Introduction to HTML (http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/reports/soasis-slides/HTML-Intro.html) - A complete compedium to designing web pages.
  • Unique HTML Guide (http://home.netvigator.com/~lawtyho/HTMLGuide/) - creative site with a near complete HTML guide.
  • HTML tutorial for the rest of us (http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/3933/) - A nice HTML guide which is to the point
  • HTML Haven (http://www.htmlhaven.com/) - A huge site with advanced tutorials, some for the basic user to the person who wants to get into very advanced HTML.
  • Introduction to HTML (http://www.carr.lib.md.us/~meripper/) - a small introduction to HTML, and some techniques for the launguage.
  • Johnny's HTML Headquarters (http://home1.gte.net/gerow/) - a VERY complete resource to HTML, tables, frames, and even JAVA. Many other resources here as well.
  • Creating HTML - A simple guide (http://www.netusa1.net/~jbornema/html.html) - just what it's title suggests, a simple guide to creating HTML. It's in downloadable form as well if you are watching your on-line clock.
  • HTML Help (http://www.obscure.org/~jaws/htmlhelp.html) - This complete resource will help you from basic HTML to CGI, PERL, and JAVA.
  • HTML HELP (http://www.xmission.com/~giffypop/learnhtm.htm) - This very nice source has all the HTML commands, from A to Z, and a HTML FAQ.
  • Advanced HTML (http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/7476/advancedhtml.htm) A resource which discusses HTML for the advanced user, including floating frames, regular frames, forms, and JAVA HTML.
  • D.J. Quad's Ultimate HTML Resource (http://www.quadzilla.com/) - an award winning HTML reference site. This site is highly reccomended.
  • Rogers Style Guide (http://www.york.ac.uk/~riws100/hobby/style.html) - an old site with a HTML tutorial.
  • Kent R Schnaith's HTML Tyranny Page (http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/2396/tyrant.htm) - A guide to writing in HTML, including what to and what not to do.
  • Transit Media's HTML Help (http://www.sirius.com/~paulus/html30.html) - Links to a few HTML resources on the Internet.
  • The Slackers Guide to HTML (http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/1436/html.html) - Cut and paste your way to a terrific web page.
  • John's HTML Demo's (http://jkgann.com/demo/) - just what the title suggests.
  • Learning HTML Source (http://www.fab.net/matthewm/INDEX.HTM) - a small guide with tags and such, and basic HTML.
  • Carleton's College Library (http://www.library.carleton.edu/learnhtml/) - much about HTML and resources.
  • John's Site (http://home.ipoline.com/~poons/johnssite/johnssite.htm) - has a small resource to learning HTML
  • i-us (http://www.i-us.com/web.htm) - a very advanced message forum where you can find interactive help to HTML. Not just HTML though, this site is reccomended for any kind of web page need. Definitely worth your while!
  • UserActive Guide to HTML (http://www.useractive.com/tutorial) - HTML tutorials and JAVA tutorials. Very useful and graphical.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (http://htmlhelp.com/links/faqs.htm)
  • Style Guide (http://htmlhelp.com/design/style/)
  • Standards for HTML Authoring (http://htmlhelp.com/design/standards.html)
  • An Introduction to Frames (http://htmlhelp.com/design/frames/)
  • a Guide to Accessibility (http://htmlhelp.com/design/accessibility/)
  • Image Tips (http://htmlhelp.com/design/imageuse.htm)
  • Style sheets can be used to suggest a layout for HTML documents. The Cascading Style Sheets (http://htmlhelp.com/reference/css/)section offers a complete overview of CSS1, the most popular standard for style sheets. It has an introduction, a tutorial and a comprehensive reference.
  • The Wilbur (http://htmlhelp.com/reference/wilbur/)covers HTML 3.2, the newest HTML standard. In this section you will find a list of all tags, including attributes, syntax, permitted contents and notes on usage.
  • The character set overview (http://htmlhelp.com/reference/charset/) lists all characters (together with entity names) in the ISO Latin 1 character set, which is used on the Web.
  • Dr Dr. Clue's HTML/CGI Guide (http://www.drclue.net/F1.cgi/HTML/HTML.html)
  • HTML Meta Tags (http://dabcc-www.nmsu.edu/~chad/HTML/meta-tags.html)
  • Advanced HTML (http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/7476/advancedhtml.htm)
  • A Dictionary of HTML META Tags (http://vancouver-webpages.com/META/metatags.detail.html)
  • Using Multiple Languages in HTML (http://vancouver-webpages.com/multilingual/)
  • Beyond ....The Black Stump Netscape Page (http://werple.net.au/~lions/netscape.htm)
  • The Compendium of HTML Elements (http://www.synapse.net/~woodall/html.htm)
  • HTML Design Guide Main Page (http://ncdesign.kyushu-id.ac.jp/html/html_design.html)
  • Popular Public HTML Document Type Definitions (http://www.ccs.org/html/dtd/)
  • W3C Internationalization and Localization (http://www12.w3.org/International/)
  • The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (http://www.w3.org/)
  • The HTML3 Table Model (http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-tables)
  • The WDVL: The Webmaster's Encyclopedia (http://WWW.Stars.com/Reference/Index/)
  • The WDVL: Hypertext Markup Language (http://WWW.Stars.com/Authoring/HTML/)
  • Netscape Tricks (http://www.yikes.com/netscape/)
  • How do they do that with HTML? (http://www.nashville.net/%7Ecarl/htmlguide/index.html)
  • HTML Reference - Overview (http://info.uibk.ac.at/info/kurs/htmlkurs/htmlref/)
  • Introduction to HTML - Table of Contents (http://www.utoronto.ca/webdocs/HTMLdocs/NewHTML/htmlindex.html)
  • NCSA--A Beginner's Guide to HTML Home Page (http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimer.html)
  • The Humble HTML Jungle (http://www.win.org/library/staff/kmcmulle/htmltool.htm)
  • THE Netscape Frames Tutorial (tm) (http://www.newbie.net/frames/)
  • Web Diner's Digital Goodies - Web Page Templates (http://www.webdiner.com/templates/index.htm)
  • Webmonkey (http://www.webmonkey.com/webmonkey/)
  • The HTML Station (http://www.december.com/html/)
  • ADV-HTML Mailing List Summaries (http://risc.ua.edu/adv-html/)

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