Wednesday, May 18, 2005


I've had quite a bit of people ask me how to do HTML, but since I can't sit down with everyone, I've gathered a couple of links that will help you get on with your HTML journey.

Web Monkey:
Web Monkey is a great website with a lot of tutorials over HTML and much more.

HTML Goodies:
Though this website's cluttered look may be intimidating, many of the tutorials are pretty good.

HTML Code Tutorial:
This website gives you a reference to all of the HTML tags.

If you are a teacher, and you are interested in teaching Webpage design (and more advanced web design), then I highly recommend you check out The IEclass Webmastering Curriculum is designed to teach students the fundamentals of website design from the ground-up using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. IEclass teaches students valuable design methods and techniques recommended by professionals. If you are a teacher, and would like a free demo account, then check out the site. If you are not a teacher, then your demo account will not be approved. For a complete list of services, go to the IEclass subscribe page.

I hope this gives everyone a starting place on how they can use HTML in order to change up their blogs. Also, if you are interested in tutorials over Photoshop, Flash, and more, then check out Spoono.

Spoono is also another great tutorial website, but you won't find much on HTML. There are a lot of other tutorials for flash and Photoshop though.

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