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Web Development : HTML - Hypertext Markup Language

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* The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
The main Internet standards body.
* The W3C Reference Library
Major source of Web and Internet related documents and standards.
* A Beginner's Guide to HTML
The NCSA Beginner's Guide to HTML is a very good place to start to understand the hypertext markup language (HTML) used on the World Wide Web.
* Basic Forms Tutorial
An introduction to creating and using forms in your web pages.
* Netscape Navigator 3.0 - Development Resources
Details of the JavaScript language, and new HTML tags supported by Navigator v3.0
* Netscape Developer's Edge
* Ed Kubaitis's WebLint Gateway
An on-line gateway for running the WebLint HTML validator.
Checks a web page for a multitude of problems, including cross-browser compatibility. Very thorough - you will be amazed at what it uncovers with your pages!
* Doctor HTML
A Web page analysis tool which retrieves an HTML page and reports on any problems that it finds. Even checks your spelling, and estimates the download time of the page and it's components (eg. images)!
* WebTechs HTML Validation Service
Another HTML page checker and validation service. Even has a textbox so you can enter a snippet of HTML text for checking online without having to publish a full-blown page to be checked.
* Internet Explorer 3 Comparison Guide
Microsoft's description of the HTML, Java and ActiveX features in Internet Explorer v3, and how they compare with Netscape Navigator 3.
* W3C Project Couger: HTML v4.0
Cougar is the code name for W3C work on the next version (4.0) of HTML (HyperText Markup Language). The Working Draft of the HTML 4.0 Specification is available as a separate document.
* Web Page Backward Compatibility Viewer
A really useful little tool when designing web pages - allows you to see what any web page will look like to visitors by stripping out certain of the newer HTML tags.
You may be surprised how badly your pages fare, and how well some of the big-name sites such as Microsoft survive the ordeal!
* Cascading Style Sheets Reference
An introduction, tutorial, and reference guide produced by the Web Design Group to the new CSS standard, which is understood by Internet Explorer 3.0 and Netscape Navigator 4.0.
* ISO 8859-1 character set overview
The character set overview lists all characters (together with entity names) in the ISO Latin 1 character set, which is used on the Web.
* Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 Author's Guide and HTML Reference
* DHTML Object Model
The all important HTML object model and event model for IE4 and Dynamic HTML scripting.
* Microsoft IE4 HTML and CSS Reference
Reference dcumentation from Microsoft on HTML and Cascade Style Sheets.
* Cascading Style Sheets, level 1
The official CSS1 specification from W3C.
* Netscape 4.0 HTML Tag Reference
A complete reference guide to Netscape HTML tags, and the attributes, properties, and event handler hooks that can be used from JavaScript. Also includes a glossary of tags and a visual list of supported colors.
* Netscape HTML tags list by Release
Documents the HTML tags supported by Netscape Navigator, grouped by the Navigator release that made them available and/or changed them.
* Book: Web Design in a Nutshell
Web Design in a Nutshell contains detailed information on everything you need to know to design Web pages. Provides a complete reference for HTML 4.0 tags (including tables, frames, and Cascading Style Sheets) with special attention given to browser support and platform idiosyncrasies.
Buy it TODAY from Amazon Worldwide/U.S.A. or U.K.
* Book: HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide
Even seasoned Web programmers are blindsided sometimes by tags they never bothered to learn. The informative "HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide" offers a solution in the form of holistic coverage of HTML markup and the emerging XHTML dialect. The book walks you through the entirety of HTML, cascading style sheets, XHTML, and the basics of JavaScript and embedded content. This tutorial isn't fattened up with lengthy code examples; instead, it's a streamlined exploration that presents the various elements in concise summaries with just the information you'll need to use them effectively. This is a great place for newcomers to Web markup, but it's an equally valuable tool for working developers who want to round out the corners they've been cutting.
Buy it TODAY from Amazon Worldwide/U.S.A. or U.K.
* Index DOT Html - THE Advanced HTML Resource
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.

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