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This page provides an assortment of links to resources for beginning and
intermediate web authors. The situation for web authors has changed a great
deal since I learned how to write HTML eleven years ago. If you are a
beginning web author today, there are
many web authoring software programs that make the job much easier.
For example, Dreamweaver is a top notch web editing software program. It is still
useful to know how to write HTML (a simple, text-based programming language
used to build web pages), in order to be able to problem-solve when your
pages don't display or operate as you intended. Also, you may find that you really
ENJOY creating web pages from the ground up in HTML! The links below provide
useful resources for those who want to learn how to do so.
WWW Resources for Web AuthorsW3Schools
HTML Code Tutorial
Cascading Style Sheets Information / W3 Consortium
Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 HTML Information / W3 Consortium
UNM Information Technologies (IT)
Yale Center for Advanced Instructional Media Web Author's Guide
The Computer Network (CNET)
HTML Writer's Guild
NCSA (at UIUC) National Supercomputing and Advanced Computing Center (When you're ready for the big time...)
This page was revised: August 15, 2010 /jka