Dan, the owner of this site, e-mailed me recently saying he "...thought that our site www.HTMLCodeTutorial.com may be of help to your visitors. Our users commonly comment that HTML Code Tutorial is one of the best on the web; and we recently added a Help Forum, which you can click on from the home page and get personalized help. We would be grateful for a link to our site from your site. ". So I looked at his site and I'm pleased to endorse what he says.
Suzanne Cook's HTML Tutorial
An excellent beginner's HTML tutorial. Not really a "new" entry - we removed this link at one point believing it to be extinct. Happily the site still exists but unfortunately it is not always easy to connect to it. However it is worth persevering.
How To Create a Web Page
This site explains everything that is needed for anyone wanting to create their own web page, or so it's author claims - and his pages do indeed provide a useful quick start to HTML. Amongst the contents of this site are sections dealing with Getting Started, Text, Linking, Graphics, Fill-Out Forms, Frames and Java, as well as an offer to try and sort out any problems you have with your own web page. My only quibble is about the section on uploading your pages where he recommends using TelNet. Many users do not have TelNet access to their servers so a mention of uploading via FTP would have been useful.
devshed.com Resource Area
HTML Tags Sorted by Navigator Releases
A complete list of HTML tags recognized by Netscape Navigator - a useful thing in itself, but made even more useful by the fact that they are sorted by Netscape Navigator release number so you can quickly tell which versions support which tags.
HTML for Rookies
Another site working towards the same goal as this one - to give as much assistance to beginners as possible. The excellent HTML tutorial has an even less formal style than my one - try them both, you're sure to learn something!
World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
Here you will find the official specification for the HTML language, together with other articles about new and proposed features of the language.
Sandia National Laboratories - HTML Elements List
A good quick reference for the more advanced user of the HTML language.
NCSA - Guides to HTML
A good selection of links to other sources of information about HTML.
http://builder.cnet.com/ Note new URL
A relatively new site with tutorials and tips for both beginners and advanced students of HTML. Also covers other topics of interest to anyone building a web site such as graphics and design, and web programming and scripting. There is a free newsletter which you can sign up for.
How Do They Do That With HTML?
The SiteExperts.Community (formerly Inside DHTML)
Masses of information, tips, tricks, examples and tutorials about dynamic HTML (DHTML), Style Sheets, and all the latest weapons in the web page writer's armoury. You may not get the full benefit of this site if you are not using one of the latest browsers though!
The HTML Writers Guild
Free membership, or you can pay a fee for a higher level of service. Lots of help available with HTML and resources. Members can use the Guild's badge on their pages (which looks good!)
Web Design Group - Cascading Style Sheets Quick Tutorial
A very useful quick introduction to the use of cascading style sheets in HTML documents. The site also contains many other articles about web documents including page validation and a character set overview.
Website Interoperability Pledge
Not strictly a "free service" but something which all web page designers should be concerned about. In their eagerness to gain a competitive edge, Microsoft and Netscape have been introducing separate, incompatible extensions without sufficient consultation. If this continues Webmasters will be forced to choose between the Netscape "flavour" or the Microsoft "flavour" of HTML, or forced to build two versions of their sites, one for each set of extensions. This campaign by ZNet has had some success in getting the companies to work towards a common HTML language. You can find out more about the pledge at the URL given above.
Various Web Rings
These rings consist of a number of sites (including this one) which deal with all aspects of web page design and authoring. See the three we belong to on the Web Rings page of this site.
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