good HTML site for newbies

Posted by: Deviation187

good HTML site for newbies - 04/01/02 08:26 PM

Im STILL trying to learn HTML, step by step, well actually I already know the basics of it, but im still moving my way up, well anywho.. i found a good site to help me out on all that, and id like to share it with those who havent learned it yet and want to, or those who would like some good refrence http://htmlgoodies.com
Posted by: BackSlash

Re: good HTML site for newbies - 04/02/02 05:05 PM

ya, that is a good site, thats where i learned, also, check out there javascript tutorials among other things.
Posted by: KkamaKkazi

Re: good HTML site for newbies - 04/04/02 04:08 PM

http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/

^I like this one.^
Posted by: Deviation187

Re: good HTML site for newbies - 04/04/02 10:31 PM

Looked through it, pretty good site too, yet i still like the one i posted
Posted by: SilentRage

Re: good HTML site for newbies - 04/05/02 06:11 AM

A link to the good ole w3! l33t site.

I've always prefered to go straight to the source whenever I want to learn anything.

Other than that, a good site that goes over cross-browser webdesign/issues is also a smart choice to visit.

I can't remember where I used to visit. It was so sweet, you'd see all the objects and properties that goes along with every version of IE and NN as well as the HTML tags and properties.
Posted by: Gremelin

Re: good HTML site for newbies - 04/05/02 02:44 PM

This goes in the HTML section, ktnx.
Posted by: Rapture

Re: good HTML site for newbies - 04/23/02 09:10 PM

Here's some of the sites I used for quick reference http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/reference/html_cheatsheet/
http://www.webspawner.com/cc/html/
http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/
http://www.idocs.com/tags/frames/frames.html <---frames...it's a must for decent site.

I also wrote up a few HTML notepads showing me examples of tables, frames, ect ect for when i first started so that I could quickly look at it if I forget.