This is where you will want to start to learn how to make your first webpage or look up any HTML element or attribute. Browse through the HTML 4.0 Easy Reference or the HTML 4.0 Technical Reference. Find information on Character Codes; topics Beyond HTML including how to Register a Domain Name and add a Hit Counter to your page; technologies such as ActiveX, Java and RealMedia. Also learn where to find free Validation services and which USENet newsgroups to visit.
CSS gives authors the ability to suggest how their documents are styled. Look for answers on the Stylish Cascading Style Sheets FAQ or use the W3C CSS Recommendation Easy Reference for quick and easy research.
JS is an object oriented language that allows authors to add interactivity to their documents. Find over 20 free scripts that can Make a Popup Window, Detect the Browser and Version, Roll an Image Over and much more.
CGI allows you to run scripts, most commonly written in Perl, that can process forms, count visitors and many more practical applications. Find scripts to Process your Forms.
Learn the finer points of web authoring including non browser specific HTML and how to validate your markup. Find out if you should be a Certified Webmaster or what's wrong with Browser Specific and Invalid markup.
Find links to submit your site to search engines and other ways to generate more hits.
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