Tags (or Code)
A Beginner's Guide to
HTML-.pdf version (National Center for
Supercomputing Application [NCSA], University of Illinois,
Public access. An early and essential guide related to the format of HTML tags.
version of this guide can be accessed and printed.) Note:
For online reference, the HTML full-length version (parts 1, 2,
and 3) appear to be most useful. The .pdf version provides a concise 24-page document, which is easier to print.
beginners--Updated, June 2000 (Fred Dekker and Donald St. John;
Builders.com--CNET Networks, Inc.)
A multi-section guide with fundamental HTML principles and practices--the focus is on manual coding instead of using a Web editor.
HTML Basics (Karla Embleton, College of Family and Consumer Sciences,
Iowa State University)
This tutorial was published in 2000, and it includes the fundamental of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)--the type, structure, and function of common HTML tags. Practice exercises are provided as an adjunct to this tutorial.
Code Tutorial (Idocs, Inc.)
A multi-section tutorial, which addresses topics for beginning (anchors,
links, tables, paragraphs, lists, images, etc.) and intermediate
(forms, frames, applets, scripts, CSS, etc.) HTML coders.
Basics (Webmonkey--The Web Developer's Resource, Lycos, Inc.)
The authoring folder includes files for basic HTML and links to other
Web site components (e.g., tables, frames, stylesheets, DHTML, XML,
Berkeley Digital Library SunSite provides public access to the
following information about HTML tags:
Technology Services, University of Denver (UD)--the public can access the following instructional modules:
These webTeacher tutorials (i.e., Web Basics, Communicating,
Multimedia, Home Page Construction, Peripherals and Utilities, and the
Web in Your Classroom) were designed for K-12 teachers and students.
Notwithstanding, these tutorials can provide useful information for others.
Developer's Virtual Library-HTML (Jupitermedia Corporation)
A sample of the major directories include: top articles, tutorials,
discussion forums; and an extensive list of directories for Web site
design and management (e.g., HTML, DHTML, XML, CSS, Java, CGI,
multimedia, and many more).
you want to make a Web Page! (Joe
Noncommercial and commercial. No cost access is provided to the
introductory tutorials for Tables,
Forms, and Frames--refer
the Site Map General
Table of Contents for additional noncommercial and commercial
Ad-supported. Several modules focus on the primary HTML-based
components of Web sites (e.g., HTML tags, tables, links, lists, etc.).
advanced topics (i.e., forms and frames).
Goodies--The Basics (Joe
Burns; Jupitermedia Corporation)
HTML Goodies for HTML is a seven-part primer--the fundamental components
of Web sites (e.g., tags, text, links, and images) are discussed.
Bare Bones Guide to HTML 4.0-English, HTML Format (Kevin
This tutorial explains HTML tags for: Basic Elements; Defining
the Structure; Formatting; Positioning (text and graphics); Forms,
Tables, and other areas that may be included in the constriction of a
Web site. (Refer to the main
site for Foreign language translations of this tutorial and other
English language options.)
Interactive Tutorial for Beginners
(Dave Kristula, Davesite.com)
Ad-supported. Access 18 minichapters within the standard and advanced
tutorial. Links are provided to documents related to purchasing a
domain name, Web hosting providers, and how to promote and
generate revenue from a Web site.