Free Tutorials, Helps and News
What I have Currently Posted
Each site on this page has at
least one helpful link that I feel is needed. These helps and articles
are free to use. They may be copied, unless stated otherwise on
the page with the article, as long as the entire article and byline is kept
intact. The off site tutorials and editing aides are at the bottom of the
page, but please check all the links. Remember they all have link pages of
their own also, you never know what you'll find that could be helpful to
If you want new articles, tutorials, software, or anything else check these sites. They all have more to offer then I can list.
Tutorial Training Aides;
HTML 4.0 Version 1.0
This is a reference study tutorial for
leaning and writing of HTML 4.0 provided by the Web
Design Group. It installs like a web site on your
computer working 95% offline with some pages only available online. It includes a tutorial and samples of all the subject matter laid
out in web site format.
Design Group was founded to promote the creation of non-browser
specific, non-resolution specific, creative and informative
sites that are accessible to all users worldwide. To this
end, the WDG offers material on a wide range of HTML related topics. We
hope that with this site as a reference, you will be able to create Web
sites that can be used by every person on the Internet, regardless of
browser, platform, or settings." as quoted from the Web
This site will generate a free frameset page
that you can use on your site. They also have a lot of tutorial information
on how frames work.
Mike and Associates
This site is a great one to check out they
have several topics covered on their pages. Check these tutorials
available from them Introduction
to Tables, Introduction
to Frames, Introduction
to HTML. There are also links to several other interesting sites.
Doug's Home Page
Doug has a lot of information about
colors and backgrounds. Check this site out, it has a lot of goodies.
"This site is to offer support for HyperSolutions, my shareware business.
You can find copies of all of my shareware and freeware titles, and you can also find several versions of my
RGB Hex Triplet Color
Chart." as written by Douglas R. Jacobson.
This site has a code generator called RollOver
MegaCoder. It does just what it's name says, it will design your
rollover script for you. You can also visit his professional site Eyeland
Studios there are a lot of cool things that inspire the mind.
McWebber Web Design Help
This site is also pretty good help. Don't forget to add their banner if they help you. Tell them I sent you.