DevEdge Online - Documentation - HTML
This book provides a complete reference to all the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) tags and attributes supported in Netscape Navigator 4.0 and earlier. This book was posted on 11/19/97. This tag reference replaces the previous HTML Reference Guide.
Doctor HTML v6
Doctor HTML is a Web page analysis tool which retrieves an HTML page and reports on any problems that it finds. The primary focus of this tool is to provide a clear, easy-to-use report of information that is relevant for improving your Web page.
Hints for Web Authors
(The meaning of authorship, Portable documents, HTML 3.2, HTML 4.0 and more.)
HTML Goodies - Home Page
Free html tutorials from industry expert Dr. Joe Burns. Featuring extensive tutorials on tags, programming, basics, script, frames and more. Our weekly newsletter provides the latest html information, available only at htmlgoodies.com.
HTML Help by The Web Design Group
The Web 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.
HTML Made Really Easy
This tutorial will explain the structure of HTML quickly and clearly, and show you through examples the practical things you need to know, so you can be making your own pages soon (like, this afternoon). The whole tutorial is about 14 printed pages, but you only need the first four or so to be off and running.
The Compendium of HTML Elements.
Index DOT Css: Index Page
The Index Dot Html and Css sites are meant to be repositories and references for technical information about the HTML and CSS languages. Index DOT Html covers the elements, attributes and the popular browsers that support them. Index DOT Css covers CSS syntax, properties, the popular browsers that support them, as well the zillion or so miscellaneous bits that make CSS such a wonderful boon/headache for authors. These references are not meant to replace any of the official references put forth by the W3C or its member companies, it is rather meant to collect all of the far-flung resources into a single, hopefully coherent whole.
Introduction to HTML -- Table of Contents
NCSA -- A Beginner's Guide to HTML
National Center for Supercomputing Applications. This is a primer for producing documents in HTML, the hypertext markup language used on the World Wide Web. This guide is intended to be an introduction to using HTML and creating files for the Web. Links are provided to additional information. You should also check your local bookstore; there are many volumes about the Web and HTML that could be useful.
OpenFAQ to the Rescue
Tom is replacing his dusty old out of date "World Wide Web FAQ" with a set of new OpenFAQs that you can contribute to! No more sending Tom mail and waiting two years for him to get around to it! It's the best thing since sliced HTML! And the OpenFAQs have been "seeded" with updated versions of Tom's old stuff. The OpenFAQ software will soon be made available for use on other subjects as well.
ozline - Quick and Dirty Personal Homepage
an Intro to HTML through Creating a Barebones Personal Homepage.
The HTML Writers' Guild
The HTML Writers Guild is the world's largest international organization of Web authors with over 147,000 members in more than 150 nations worldwide.
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. Version 4.0 of the Guide is designed to conform to the HTML 4.0 specification. For official information on the development of HTML, see the World Wide Web Consortium's HTML activity statement.
The School of Computing and Information Technology (UK)
Creating your own home page.
The WDVL: Keyword Search and Index
The Willcam Group - Index of Character Formatting Tags
This document describes tags that change the formatting of a set of characters and do not cause a line break.
Web Communications HTML Guide
Web Communications HTML Guide: step by step guide to HTML, with tags, examples, and explanations. Specific tutorials on images, imagemaps, and forms, and general style guidelines, focusing on creation of quality HTML.
Web Pages That Suck -- learn usability and good Web design by looking at bad design
Web Publishing Online Resources
This site is a collection of links to many of the excellent resources already available on the Web. It is made possible by the hundreds of people who have taken the time to create these resources. They have explained concepts, written programs, created indices, and more, in order to make the craft of Web publishing easier to learn and understand.
WebReview.com: Cross-training for Web Teams
Web Review: Cross-training for Web Teams. Published weekly.
Writing HTML was created to help teachers create learning resources that access information on the Internet.
Web Style Guide, 2nd Edition