Helpful Sites for HTML Editing
HTML stands for
Hypertext Markup Language. HTML code uses text to describe a page's
appearance, deliver text content, instruct the page which images to display,
and provide links to other web pages on the Internet. HTML pages
can be understood by any browser on any computer. Do you HAVE to
learn code? The answer is, it is really obvious if you don't!
You can some things to your pages that your authoring software may not
know how to do. A little code here and there is useful--and fun!
called tags, are contained with <angle brackets.> The code can
be all caps, lowercase, or any combination.
be times when you may want to reference HTML code, especially if you are
using software that doesn't seem to cooperate. You can always reference
the text for this course: HTML
for the World Wide Web: Visual QuicksStart Guide, by
Elizabeth Castro, or check out some of the following sites. I particular
like to use the "interactive" sites when I am teaching beginning HTML.
||New Tags in HTML 4.0. This is a "must
read" for new web page designers.
||an overview of all HTML related materials used at WC3 and around the
||a listing of the forums, articles and reviews
that are available on subjects of importance to HTML authors and webmasters
|The Bare Bones
Guide to HTML
||the Bare Bones Guide to HTML lists every official HTML tag in common
usage, plus Netscape and Microsoft extensions
Guide to HTML and CGI Scripts
||a great site to review HTML code, learn more about other types of programming
and gives you a chance to practice.
Guide to HTML and JAVA Script
||links and downloads for HTML and JAVA
HTML Writers Guild Resource Collections
||created and maintained by a group of html/web
writers and creators committed to excellence in HTML design
non-famous HTML hut
||tips and links for the beginner as well as
a "how to" for critiquing your work
WDVL: HyperText MarkUp Language
||includes background, introduction and structure
of HTML design.
to The HTML Station
||links you to reference information and demonstrations
of hypertext markup language (HTML) with tag summaries, examples, supporting
and reference information
||great web tutorial with sample beginning
HP, Internet addresses, Navigational addresses, e-mail, telnet, ftp, image,
sound and movie files and lots of HTML help
||this tutorial will explain the structure of HTML quickly and clearly,
and show you through examples the practical things you need to know
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These pages were developed through GirlTECH
a teacher training program sponsored by the Center
for Excellence and Equity in Education (CEEE) with support from the
National Science Foundation through EOT-PACI.
Barbara Christopher; GirlTECH '97, June 2000.
See also Advanced
HTML by Barbara Christopher