Learning About HTML
Below are a variety of documents and sources of information that explain how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML), the markup language used for creating documents for World Wide Web.
A Beginner's Guide to HTML
This is perhaps the best guide if you are just getting started with HTML.
HTML Quick Reference
This quick reference guide is very handy once you've learned about HTML.
How to write HTML files
A very well organized introduction to writing HTML documents
A List of HTML Tags.
This document shows examples of most of the HTML tags. This is very handy for checking how these tags look on different WWW browser clients.
Composing Good HTML
A nice guide which gives advice on good practices, common errors, and things to avoid.
Style Guide for Online Hypertext
The style guide from CERN which gives good advice on structuring your work and testing documents.
by Ian S. Graham's (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A well organized and complete guide for writing HTML including URLs and applications which interact with the server.
Crash course on writing documents for the Web
from PC Week
HTML Reference Manual: Sandia National Laboratories
HTML Documents: A Mosaic Tutorial
JHU/APL's WWW & HTML Developer's JumpStation
HyperText Mark-up Language
- from CERN This provides access to the technical standards for HTML and WWW development