script source is a superb
site for all kinds of java scripts such as clocks, forms, calendars and
buttons. a great source.
is a superb source for loads
of scripts and add on programs for web builders.
Boutique is a superb site for Java fans. This includes tutorials,
forums and applets. A great resource. The Ticker tape java applet can be
- Free Guest Book Do you need a decent guestbook? One that is 100% customizable? One
that is reliable because the server doesn't go down all the time? Well look no
further, it's here! SignMyGuestbook.com gives you a nice fun guestbook on
a reliable server, and you can change it's design to look however you want. No
muss, no fuss, just a good free guestbook
script archive offers a good selection of scripts such as guest books and animations.
Two to try are Form
mail which is a generic WWW form to e-mail gateway, which will parse
the results of any form and send them to the specified user. It is very highly
recommended by all the magazines and is up to version 1.92 at the time of writing.
Another excellent one is simple
search which allows you to integrate a keyword and boolean
search program into your site so that users can search specified
text and HTML documents.
started offering basic statistical reports and hit
counters. Hitmatic Version 4 was released in February 2000, for the
first time encompassing multi-page tracking and real time visitor
free scripts This site sells web design answers. It
also has a good free script area. This link takes you to it.
Counters This site has a number of counter
scripts available. Another good site.
engine watch provides tips and
information about searching the web, analysis of the search engine industry
and help to site owners trying to improve their ability to be found in
provides a site where you can get
many types of software to improve your site.
claims to be the ultimate
reference in search engine tools for your site
- Responders forms
Put a request form on your site and get responses immediately. Ask
your viewers up to 10 questions online, and get an email in seconds with all the
quick search Deskbar is an add-on for the Windows Desktop Taskbar that
lets you launch searches quickly. With dozens of search engines, a calculator,
clock, calendar, and more in one little textbox, it's monster functionality in a
flea-sized GUI is available from the source forge.
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. You can also become a member
and gain even more resources. A must visit site!
Free net name: The tutorials will give you a step by
step guide to how to build a basic website. Start by reading the
information about HTML, which is the language you will need to use to
build your own pages, then follow the rest of the guide for perfect
results. An excellent basic course.
Free Internet Database is
a site that specializes in counters of all kinds, cgi scripts, fonts
etc. This site is a wealth of information and is a site you must visit
to aid in site building.
4 guys from rolla: A strange name for an excellent site. Gives
tutorial in various aspects of site design such as CSS buttons, Flash,
VB scripting etc. A very good site.
Counters is the company one I use for my counter. After
huge searches to find a good, free and reliable counter for my site I
finally settled on this one. All the others either let me down or
simply disappeared from the world. This company also offer a
chargeable professional counter with support. Why not try it and set up your
Mania has over 40 styles of counter and various stats are
available. There is a cost involved but its not very high.
Guide is a great site that is the ultimate resource for
counters and web traffic tools.
is a full 32 bit cgi program written for Windows NT environment. It
offers one of the most customizable interface and great statistics
Really Big: If you're building a Web site, you've come to the
right place. We offer more than 5000 resources for web builders
including free scripts, CGI, counters, fonts, html, java, clipart,
animation, backgrounds, icons, HTML editors, buttons, photographs,
site promotion, easy-to-follow Tips and Tricks, and much more. There
ia a really big links page
where you can fine even more resource sites.
Site Gear: A massive selection of scripts and applets to help
with your web site.
the leading hosted application that makes it effortless to add a
powerful site search engine to any Web site. This is the search engine
I use so try it out.
Script search is a
superb link where you can search for a script in Pearl, Java, basic
Pico Search: is a fully professional Search
Hosting™ service that gives you a search engine over the Internet
to search your own website or any collection of websites. They also
give excellent statistics but you need to manually request a
Want more hits has large amounts of information on how to place your site high
on search engine lists.
Good information here.
Z-Nets script archive. This is the famous z-net's archive of scripts. There
are loads of scripts available here and are worthy of a look.
The zen guide is similar
with large amounts of information on how to place your site high
on search engine lists.
Editor Lite: Is a content editor that helps you create dynamic sites that are searchable easy to
update and simple to manage.
The Editor is a full featured suite of scripts to manage on online magazine, newspaper or corporate
news section. Fully automated and allowing for multiple reporters, the Editor simplifies and manages
your online publication from your browser. You can see the demo script in action
Cascading Style Sheets
Anthony's CCS tutorial
This tutorial uses the latest WC3 recommendation for Cascading Style
Sheet level 1 and Cascading Style Sheets level 2. At present, Cascading Style Sheets level 3 is under development.
Every example in this tutorial has been tested in Internet Explorer 5.5 and Netscape 6, so everything you see in this
tutorial works cross browser (Internet Explorer and Netscape).
tutorial does not describe the use of HTML
tags but only the use of Cascading Style Sheets. If you are not familiar
with HTML tags you might consider visiting Anthony's HTML 4 tutorial
The definitive guide
In many ways, the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) specification represents a unique development in the
history of the World Wide Web. In its inherent ability to allow richly styled structural documents,
CSS is both a step forward and a step backward--but it's a good step backward, and a needed one.
To see what is meant by this, it is first necessary to understand how the Web got to the point of desperately
needing something like CSS, and how CSS makes the web a better place for both page authors and web surfers
Style sheets level 1 This document is a W3C Recommendation. It has been reviewed by W3C
(http://www.w3.org/) Members and general consensus that the specification is appropriate for use has been
reached. It is a stable document and may be used as reference material or cited as a normative reference
from another document. W3C promotes widespread deployment of this Recommendation.
Web Reference tutorial. Cascading style sheets (CSS), when linked to an HTML document, define the
properties of tag elements in that document. With CSS, web designers can control
the look of a site from one central document. CSS is supported by Internet
Explorer 3.01 or higher and Netscape 4.0.
If you are looking for help making the transition to CSS layout (that's
Cascading Style Sheets), you've come to the right place. I am cataloging here as
many useful cross-browser CSS layout techniques as I can find, and some
that I made up when I was bored last Thursday. All the examples on this site have been reduced to only their
essential code, and you will find the source displayed on each page to hopefully
make it quick and easy to understand the inner workings of the CSS. Feel
free to steal all the code you find on this site, and consider linking
back here on your site or in your source comments.
This is a CSS validator for Cascading Style Sheets, level 2.
You can run it on a web server, on the command line or use it in your new
Cascading Style Sheets
Garden This site offers a demonstration of what can be accomplished visually through CSS-based design.
You can select any style sheet from a list to load it into the main page
There is clearly a need for CSS to be taken seriously by graphic artists. The Zen Garden aims to excite, inspire, and encourage participation. To begin, view some of the existing designs in the list. Clicking on any one will load the style sheet into
the main page. The code remains the same, the only thing that has changed is the external .css file. Yes, really.
CSS allows complete and total control over the style of a hypertext document. The only way this can be illustrated in a way that gets people excited is by demonstrating what it can truly be
and then you can try for yourself on your own web design.
Cascading Style Sheets is a means to separate the presentation from the structural markup of a web site.
By applying a CSS style you have the ability to keep the structure of your document lean and fast, while
controlling the appearance of the content.
WDG Design group Change the appearance of hundreds of Web pages by changing just one file... Influence
presentation without losing visitors... All with the power and flexibility of Web style sheets.
Imagine a Web where there are no proprietary extensions. Where browsers compete in speed and utility,
not by the number of new HTML extensions they have. Where designers have complete control over the
layout and style of every element in their Web pages and one change can affect thousands of pages instantly.
That's the promise of style sheets.
ADOBE tutorial on
CSS. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used in Web page design as efficient and effective methods of defining
and organizing styles for text and graphics displays on a Web page or entire site. SVG supports CSS2 definition
style sheets and so can be authored using inline, embedded, and external style sheets. Everything from text
attributes to layout (as in line spacing) and graphic attributes (fill and stroke properties) can be defined as styles
Bjoern Hoehrmann has provided IE5 test cases
for CSS bugs. NGLayout bugs
have been summarized by David Baron. The 'bugs' are arranged by browser version, in reverse chronological
order by release date.
- CSS Mill.
A superb site that will generate CSS scripts on line, then enable you to
input the script to your page. A simple idea put to great use
- Top Style
tap into the power of cascading style sheets (CSS)
and XHTML with TopStyle Pro 3.0! Written by Nick
Bradbury, creator of HomeSite, TopStyle Pro contains powerful
tools for building standards-compliant sites.