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HTML Tutorial

  • HTML School is an award winning, well organized, and easy to understand HTML tutorial with lots of working examples and source code.

  • Html Made Easy! This online tutorial shows you just how easy making web pages is without all the techno mumbo-jumbo.

  • HTML Goodies has introduced a one week long tutorial on HTML. Their are seven tutorials on this site, one to be learned in one day. Most of these tutorials are on the basics of HTML. Also every tutorial has F.A.Qs attached with it for your reference.

  • WhyWhat.com offers a complete HTML tutorial from the basic Structure to using Java Script, CGI and Style Sheets. All of their Tutorials are sorted in categories. Some of their categories are Basic HTML, Font types, tables, frames, multimedia, form help, mapping, Java Script, Style Sheets and more. Also this site offers other useful tips of web design and some free web graphics to download.

  • HTML Style House includes tons of tutorials on HTML, Graphics and other Internet related topics. All of their tutorials are for both beginners and the experienced web masters. Some of the tutorials that this service offers are HTML, Internet/Web, Graphics, Multimedia, Java Script, Java, Colors, characters etc. Also this site offers other FAQs on HTML and some extra information beyond HTML.

  • HTML Tutorials for the Complete Idiot are really good tutorial if you want to start from the beginning. Tutorial on this site are divided into five main categories and these categories are Basic HTML, Images, Colors, Backgrounds and special. Also this site includes information on other useful tools for web development.

  • Chris's HTML tutorial center is designed to help you improve the condition of your first page. On this site you will find lots of tutorials on basic HTML and Dynamic HTML. This site is very good designed and it is really easy to find what kind of tutorial you are looking for. Like all others this site is divided into five section of HTML and these five sections are Basic HTML, Intermediate HTML I, Intermediate HTML II, Advanced HTML and Dynamic HTML.

  • Case Western Reserve University's HTML Tutorial has information on all type of HTML tags. This tutorial starts with introduction to HTML and browser terms. After that it takes you to Document Tags, Basic Text Structures, Lists, Special Effect Tags, Anchors, images and Glossary. Also this site offers some free graphic icons for you to download for free.

  • NCSA - A Beginner's Guide to HTML Home Page includes a full guide to HTML from the basics to advanced. Also this site offers links to other useful stuff like software and graphics. One of the best thing about this site is that their is a full HTML tutorial in printable version which you can print for quick reference.

  • How do they do that with HTML? This page explains all of the "tips and tricks" of HTML as well as Netscape Navigator's and Microsoft Internet Explorer's HTML extensions. Some of the really good HTML tricks that you will find on this page are Access Counters and status, Quick columns, back button, Dynamic Menus, Dynamic Document, Easy browser Detection, Background sounds, HTTP Cookies and Tables & Frames. Also this site has some useful links to free counters, CGI scripts and more.

  • McJeff's HTML 101 is a complete guide to HTML from the basics to really advanced. This whole guide is divided into eight different classes. If you are a beginner then you can start from class # 1 or you can choose to start from some where else depending on your skills. Also this site has other information on web design e.g. Uploading, Requirements etc. This site is also giving away some free sounds and graphics to use on your pages.

  • Sizzling HTML Jalfrezi is a really good guide to HTML 4.0. This site includes information on lists, tables, forms, frames, style sheets, image maps, tips & tricks, DHTML and more. This site also have one of the best FAQs on HTML. Their FAQ contains answers to General, Links, Tables, Forms, Style Sheets, Lists, Image maps and frames related questions.

  • The Sevloid Guide to Web Design is my favorite guide to web design. Here you will find information on all the HTML tags by categories and you will find tons of information on Planning, Content, Page Layouts, Navigations, Graphics, Checking and Maintenancing your site.

  • Wandering Fool HTML. This page has lots of useful stuff links Tips and tricks on HTML, do's and don'ts of HTML, information on DHTML and site promotion tips.

  • Computer Hopes Free Technical Support. This site will give you free technical support on HTML, Web designing and on computer viruses.

  • HTML Style Guide. This site tells you how to write HTML to make it more readable, more accessible and more fun.

  • Creating HTML is a beginners guide to programming HTML for the web. Recently updated for HTML 3.0 and Netscape extensions.

  • D.J. Quad's Ultimate HTML Site is your one-stop HTML web authoring and design site from the curious to Webmaster. Includes a web chat, search, and hundreds of indexed links.

  • Dark side of the HTML is a strict HTML-2.0 conformant features which make any WEB browser choke.

  • Guide to Publishing HTML and Forms is offering documentation on writing HTML and forms to enhance your web site.

  • introduction to HTML 2.0 contains introduction and intermediate HTML information as well as a guide to searching.

  • Unique HTML Guide is a step-by-step guide that will help you to create or enhance your web site.