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HTML References


This page offers links to web resources related to the use of HTML. Many of these are massive sites. Student readers are not expected to read every page on each of them, but rather encouraged to browse them to become familiar with locations of useful information and tools. Some of these sites market commercial products or services. Others are more altruistic. Highly informative and useful sites are often purchased by commercial enterprises and then used as a marketing vehicle. The sites listed below were chosen solely for their value as a web site development references or tutorial aids. Their presence on this page does not constitute a commercial endorsement.


Official HTML Specification Sites

The recognized official guardian of the WWW is an organization of interested individuals known as the WWW Consortium (or W3C). The consortiuim's web site is at [http://www.w3.org]. This site contains a home page about the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) at [http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/]. For more information on HTTP, the primary protocol of the web, read [rfc2068] - the Request For Comments document from the Network Working Group of the [Internet Engineering Task Force].


Web Authoring Support and Reference Sites

Many experienced web developers have composed pages and sites to serve as references and tutorials for people who are learning to develop web sites.


Useful Web Authoring Tools & Resources

The sites listed below were chosen solely for their value as a web site development references or tutorial aids.


Web Publishing and Browsing Software Sites


Web Page Hosting Sites and URL Submission Resources


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