Further sources of info

Published 26/05/2004 13:09   |    Updated 30/04/2008 15:46
Where can I find some additional info?

Got your confidence? When you think you're ready to move up a level there's lots of extra material you can make use of - we've really only scratched the surface here. You'll find plenty of good information and advice at the following:


www.w3.org (The World Wide Web Consortium or W3C)


www.wdvl.com (The Web Developers' Virtual Library)


www.yourhtmlsource.com (Another good source of tutorials)


www.htmlhelp.com (Part of the Web Design Group)


Alternatively you can look around the web for yourself, get hold of a software-based tutorial, or take your pick from the plethora of books now available on web design.


Another good way to pick up useful hints, tricks and ideas is to learn from other people's experiences - look at their web pages to see what they've done (and how they did it) and compare it with your own work.


To help you do this, there's a very handy and easy way to get to see the workings behind a web page.


When you find a site and a page you're interested in, click 'View' on your browser's toolbar and choose the 'Source' or 'Page Source' option. You should then be able to see the HTML code that makes up that page.


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