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Zer0_II
12-25-2002, 10:43 PM
I currently have two friends that are learning HTML. Although I have a very good knowledge of HTML myself I don't have the time to teach them one on one and the sites that they were using to learn from taught depreciated markup. Can someone please post a site that covers correct html in accordance with the w3c standards, yet is easy to understand and wouldn't scare a beginner off. TIA

Zer0

Nightfire
12-26-2002, 05:39 AM
Maybe http://www.lissaexplains.com

Mhtml
12-26-2002, 09:46 AM
www.w3schools.com

W3C standards. The site is even valid Xhtml.

no way
01-05-2003, 02:36 PM
I've learned the very first steps with
http://www.htmlbasix.com/htmlbasics.shtml

It's easy to understand (even for non native English speakers) and apply and the guy who wrote should write some funny books for the humanity !

You get to make a web page with all basic html tags within a few hours!

Fred

pardicity3
01-05-2003, 07:12 PM
I second Mhtml with his reference to http://www.w3schools.com . It is a great site, and very easy to navigate. Plus, if you like the way they present their tutorials then you may enjoy their CSS and other tutorials as well. It's also quite useful as a quick reference type of site.

ionsurge
01-05-2003, 08:23 PM
Originally posted by Mhtml
W3C standards. The site is even valid Xhtml.

hehe, that is not so hard... (now that is)...

mouse
01-05-2003, 08:31 PM
http://www.webmonkey.com

aggie
01-05-2003, 08:44 PM
The tutorial on AOL actually very good - it takes you step by step from the very beginning assuming you know NOTHING. I used it to learn HTML when I didn't know the diff between a browser & a server.
also good is learn HTML in 3 hours, at http://www.netschool.edu/htmlcourse/L1.html

cg9com
01-06-2003, 03:42 PM
Originally posted by ionsurge
hehe, that is not so hard... (now that is)...

try making your site in strict xhtml then lol ;)

brothercake
01-06-2003, 05:12 PM
Yeah I'll score for both those suggestions - w3schools has excellent tutorials, but "lissa explains it all" is very friendly, and particularly written for younger people.

Tails
01-14-2003, 08:18 PM
As a start of a tutorial, try http://XFox_Prower.tripod.com/html
(and please give me some rating or constructive criticism, no one ever bothers).

goog
01-15-2003, 07:52 PM
webmasterbase.com (http://www.webmasterbase.com) is great, it covers lots and lots of stuff. Kevin Yank, their main author is really great, IMO, keep an eye out for his stuff..



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