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Basic HTML template. Must use View/Source in browser to see HTML codes.

Ricardo Fictionale's Resume and HTML code. Here is a resume we will be using in class to see what HTML codes are behind the resume's formatting, background, graphics and links. Your instructor has put line numbers in the HTML codes to make it easier to discuss the HTML codes line by line.
Resume | Line numbered HTM Codes

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Directed by the Web's inventor Tim Berners-Lee. W3C's aim is to make sure HTML codes used in creating webpages are universally recognized by browsers.

HTML Guide Sheets -- just the basics

A template giving the basics of any HTML document. Must view View/Source in your browser to see the basic HTML codes.
.WebMonkey Reference HTML Cheatsheet

Tutorials on HTML

  1. Andy Garvin's HTML Crash Course for Educators
  2. A beginners guide to HTML from NCSA
  3. HTML basics from EchoEcho
  4. HTML Guide for Beginners from Hostsearch.Com
  5. An interactive tutorial on HTML from Dave's site
  6. Maricopa Center for Learning & Instruction
  7. Michele-Web Step by Step Tutorial
  8. Oregon's Public Education Network HTML lessons

Spot errors in your HTML

Style Sheets

(see CSS notes and Style Sheet screen saves)
  1. For an excellent text on style sheets, see Eric Meyer's Cascading Style Sheets. Also, see Meyer's Style Sheet Reference Guide at WebReview.Com.
  2. Ask Dr. Web about cascading style sheets.
  3. Basic Style Sheets including templates.
  4. Brian Wilson's Index Dot Css. Especially see his example of an external css.
  5. Cascading Style Sheets from Webreview.com.
  6. Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 CSS2 Specification.
  7. Cascading Style Sheets in Internet Explorer 4.0, from Microsoft On-line Web Workshop.
  8. CSS Pointers Group (CPG). Collection of articles on style sheets. CSS examples.
  9. CSS Frequently asked questions from the HTML Writers Guild.
  10. Dan Short's tutorial on Cascading Style Sheets.
  11. Dave Raggert's Introduction to CSS. Very good for beginners in CSS.
  12. HTML 4.0 and Style Sheets.
  13. Master Lists showing which style sheet specifications are recognized by different browsers.
  14. Metrius styleserver.
  15. Miloslav Nic and Jiri Jirat's CSS Tutorials from Zvon: CSS1: Part 1; Part 2 CSS2: Part 1; Part 2.
  16. Newsgroup for CSS. FAQ for this newsgroup.
  17. Tampa Bay Sportfishing. View the source code for the external style sheet in Dreamweaver using this address with your browser: http://www.tampabaysportfishing.com/default.css This same site is also excellent for illustrating the use of tables.
  18. Template for a Style Sheet. Must use View/Source to see the Style Sheet codes.
  19. Wayne's World: Cascading Style SheetsWDG CSScheck. Spot errors in your style sheets. Just copy and paste your style sheet into a special window in this site, and you will be informed of errors.
  20. WebMonkey's Style Sheet Guide. Especially good for beginners in CSS.
  21. Whole Ed Catalog of sites on Cascading Style Sheets.
  22. CSSCheck spots any errors in your use of style sheets.
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