Better Homepages: There
is everything you could want to know about web building in separate
sections. A great site!
This site gives e-mail help and interests on web related topics.
You can download applets and scripts as well as tutorials and help.
This is a different approach to resources but is a superb site.
CGI scripts for guest books etc. You only need to sign up to
get lots of goodies.
- Jayne's site "help I want to create a web site"
is an excellent source for basic information on web page building.
It is an
easy-to-understand tutorial for writing your own HTML codes and to add neat stuff to your page.
The lessons are in simple English... just her "talking" to you... not Einstein
credits advice from the Guru for
coding specialists. Not a site for beginners but well worth a visit.
site was created to help you design "a better web page".
You will find the answers for most of your web design problems.
- Rank Write
The Rank Write Roundtable is a unique search engine optimization and copywriting Web site and email newsletter,
featuring expert answers to your questions about achieving high search engine rankings,
successful copywriting for the search engines and your prospects, directory submissions, and the latest SEO
marketing news and alerts.
- XML Tutorial
A Web Service is a unit of application logic providing data and services to other applications.
Applications access Web Services via ubiquitous Web protocols and data formats such as
HTTP, XML, and SOAP, with no need to worry about how each Web Service is implemented.
The Apache XML project
The goals of the Apache XML Project are:
(1) to provide commercial-quality standards-based XML solutions that are developed in an open and cooperative
(2) to provide feedback to standards bodies (such as IETF and W3C) from an implem- entation perspective,
(3) and to be a focus for XML-related activities within Apache
- eBORcOM Welcome to Web Development Resources, a collection of links to the most
informative guides relating to web site development and maintenance.
This is an excellent site pulling together some great links.
- HTML Validation a free service that checks documents like HTML and XHTML for conformance to W3C
Recommendations and other standards.
site was originally started on a late summer night in June of 1996 in the bedroom of
Dave Kristula. The creation of HTML: An
Interactive Tutorial for Beginners has seen the site grow in popularity to over 900,000 page views a month.
This is a great site and well worth a visit.
Internet is a great tool for spreading information, but the really
exciting thing is that YOU can use this tool. Making a web site
to go on the internet is no harder than any other desktop publishing.
If you can type text into your computer and scan a picture using
a scanner or digital camera, then you can make a web site. In
fact you don't even need a scanner or digital camera because there
are many websites that give out free imagery.
This is a great tutorial site well worth a visit. training and
help on web design.
Authoring encompasses the web site
creation process. From
of your site, creating writing and layout with
creation and optimization, to the markup
like HTML, to our comprehensive how-to
tutorials this is the place to go for Web site creation
Programming is cross-linked under its own category.
This guide contains short descriptions of all the HTML tags that you are likely to use.
It is divided up into sections to make it easier for you, each section containing examples showing how the
tags work. For a printable quick reference list see my
- aka: HTML Cheat Sheet.
How do they do that in
The site has been very successful over the years, so in late 2000, I rewrote the
entire site from scratch, updating all of the information and beginning to add
all sorts of new tips and tricks.
Like print media, web pages have one core purpose: to convey information.
Inside W3Schools you will find a large number of free Web building tutorials, from basic HTML and
XHTML tutorials, to advanced XML, XSL and WAP tutorials.
Inside W3Schools you will find thousands of cut-and-paste examples.With our on-line HTML editor you
can edit the examples and experiment with the code on-line.
The famous W3 references covers all of the most important web building technologies including W3C
standards like HTML, XHTML, CSS and XML, and important Microsoft technologies like ASP and ADO
and much more.