HTML References and Online Resources:
Center for Advanced Instructional Media, Yale University. Web
World Wide Web Consortium.
The official specifications. This is W3C's home page for HTML. Here
you will find pointers to specifications for HTML, guidelines on how to use
HTML to the best effect, and pointers to related work at W3C.
HTML 4.01 Specification.
This specification defines the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), the publishing
language of the World Wide Web.
Document Representation, The Document Character
Set, Character encodings, Choosing an encoding, Specifying the character
encoding, Character references, Numeric character references, Character
entity references in HTML 4. Character entity references for ISO
8859-1 characters, character entity references for symbols, mathematical
symbols, and Greek letters, character entity references for markup-significant
and internationalization characters, and their lists of characters.
- Guidelines offered by the World Wide Web Consortium, to guide
developers of accessible
Documentation by Ian Graham. A HTML tutorial.
Guide to HTML. An excellent tutorial.
Read Creating a Web Page.
Become familiar with the following two references:
HTML 4.01 Specification. This specification defines the HyperText
Markup Language (HTML), the publishing language of the World Wide Web.
The Beginners Guide to HTML. Markup
Read the Introduction,
Design 100, Balanced
grids for pages sections of the Web Style Guide Page