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Click on one of the sections listed below to be taken to the links we have compiled under that topic.  For example, if you are looking to learn the basics of HTML, click on the Basic HTML Coding (or "How to Code") link.  Then, when you've mastered the basics, try the Advanced HTML Coding section.  If you find a link that does not work, or find a link we should have in these lists, email it to us.  Thanks!

The CLC also offers a 3 hour introductory course on HTML coding and web directory structure.  This class requires a minimum of 5 participants.  Contact the Unix Manager for more information.


SECTIONS:

  • Basic HTML Coding (or "How to Code") -- go here to learn the basics of writing your own web pages.
  • Basic HTML Style (or "How to Code Well") -- go here to learn some guidelines for writing good HTML pages.
  • Advanced HTML Coding -- go here when the basics pages aren't teaching you anything new.
  • Advanced Topics -- these go beyond mere coding, and into formal concepts and structures behind the web pages; this may be more than you need if you just want to publish great web pages.
  • References -- these are collections of just the tags and their syntaxes; a great resource if you are familiar with HTML and just need tag info now and then.
  • FAQs -- collections of Frequently Asked Questions about web publishing.
  • Web Publishing Tools -- links to web publishing tools like HTML editors.
  • Metapages -- links to collections of more links related to web publishing. We will only put links here if they are extremely good.

[NOTE ON VERSIONS: if you're worried about which version number of HTML you should or shouldn't learn, don't. Whether you learn 2.0 or 3.2 or 4.0, you're going to learn HTML just fine. When you become more advanced, you can worry about versions.]

BASIC HTML CODING (OR "HOW TO CODE")

BASIC HTML STYLE (OR "HOW TO CODE WELL")

ADVANCED HTML CODING

ADVANCED TOPICS

REFERENCES

FAQs

WEB PUBLISHING TOOLS

METAPAGES

Metapages are pages that just point to other pages. We will only list those metapages that are extremely good.

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