Basics of Creating Web Pages
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Where can I find out more about HTML?
- Writing HTML: a tutorial for creating WWW pages. This site was created by the Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction. Written for teachers by teachers, it is one of the best tutorials available.
- For those wishing to check out a primer on HTML coding of webpages, a very good site is at The National Center for Supercomputing Applications. There is a 3-part primer that you can read online or download. It is easy to read, and easy to understand.
- The Web Developer's Virtual Library is one of the oldest web developer
web sites, dating from 1994. The material is unbiased, vendor-neutral and standards-based. The site has
won several major awards. The content is painstakingly written and cross-linked to create a unique Webmaster's
Where can I find graphics for my pages?
There are many sources of graphics for your web page. CDs containing thousands of graphic images can be purchased for as little as $10.00 in your local computer store. Graphics can also be found at various places on the Internet. Please pay attention to the designer's licensing and rules for use before placing graphics on your web page. Many of these images are available free of charge if credit is given to the designer and a link provided back to the designer's web site.
How can I make my own graphics?
How do I upload my pages?
What else should I know?