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HTML references and resources guide.
All of the HTML references and tutorials I have used to learn what little I know are
listed here. These sure helped me, they'll do the same for you. In some categories there
is a lot of information so I have added some comments to give you an idea of what is at
There used to be a fair collection of
have now got their own page and only DHTML resources
Webmaster T's Reviewed
HTML Archives and References
to HTML and URLs
Take a look, this is a good place to start. The author
is promoting a book and most of the information is contained in the book.
Excellent information on document types.
This is the site that replaced the old site builders network. If
you join MSDN this page can be personalized and makes a great home bookmark if
you use any MS technologies.
Great reference for HTML standards and number of tools to validate
HTML and style sheets.
This is the organization that
sets the different standards for documents. It is a storehouse of knowledge for
all information about the all html standards both proposed and current.
TagsSpecial Characters in
Lists all special tags. Gives a couple of examples with good ways to
put these to good use.
Good descriptions of all the elements permitted
in documents. It's kind of dated, it's from the pre 3.0 days standard
but these haven't changed much.
The Useful URLs
Page at the HTML Writers Guild
One of the best jump stations on the net!!
Covers everything from business to design.
Good descriptions of
table attributes and it generates tables for MAC users.
Here is another one
geared more to newbies.
Produces a frameset
from a form. That's all folks, these things are the scourge of the net and I
refuse to be party to this. Do you like people to bookmark your site? Forget it
with these things!!!
Next Generation Html 4.0 Standard
Info on the New Standardw3.org
Outline of the
new standard. Must reading!!
documents the changes to the current 3.2 standard. A few changes will render
some attributes and elements useless as they are being dropped from the
standard. If you don't want to have to go back and replace them it is best to
know which will be dropped and start working around them now. One of them is the
popular center tag. *note use <DIV ALIGN="CENTER"><CENTER>* This
will keep you up to date and will work in older browsers that don't support DIV.
They will ignore the tag they don't support.
DHTML & Style Sheetsw3.org
Lots of jumps to specific articles on
the user interface, CSS and Dynamic HTML.
Web Design Group
look at CSS and its uses.
More links but this has a
good style and sheet that shows you what you can do and gives you an idea of how
to implement a full complicated css document.
This is a great source
for cross browser compatabile DHTML featuring many scripts and types.