links to non-ASIJ sites give an introduction to HTML basics or provide a more
complete HTML reference. (For more information on design issues, see the
Design Resources page.)
- W3Schools HTML Tutorial
- This tutorial on HTML not only provides a reference guide and numerous
examples, but it also has a "try it yourself" feature where you
can edit HTML, then click a test button to see how it works in your
- NCSA (at
UIUC) Beginner's Guide to HTML
The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Primer on
HTML gives a basic introduction to HTML coding with links to other sites.
Graham's HTML Index
Ian Graham developed his original version of this index as an aid to
help him understand HTML. He has since reworked and rewritten it so that
it is more of an educational tool, and this has been a foundation for
several books he has written. Lest you think Ian Graham is some starving
student, note that he has a PhD in theoretical biophysics and is the
Vice-President of Research & Development for a company he
- Netscape's HTML Tag Reference
Netscape's guide gives all of the Netscape supported elements and tags
and the attributes for each. This is aimed for revision 4.0 browsers or
higher. Most of these tags are supported in IE 5.
Quick HTML Reference
- This links to the Webmonkey HTML Cheat sheet.
Also on this page are links to color codes, special characters, and
browser compatibility chart. The entire Webmonkey
site is filled with lots of tips, hints, and just good information about
- HTML 4.01
- The World Wide Web Consortium® is the body that develops protocols
and standards for the web and this is the official HTML 4.01
specification. This page is definitely not recommended for the faint-hearted.
- Extended Control Character
- You want to be on a fast connection for this. It's an extensive list of
extended control characters.
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