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HTML Tutorials and Lessons
The Barebones Guide to HTML- Translated into many languages and designed for adults, this guide is easily navigated and very complete.
How to Create a Webpage- Here are step-by-step instructions getting started, text, links, graphics, forms, frames, java, and troubleshooting.
Resources for Creating Websites- Find how to use Netscape Composer here.
Visual Tutorial- Slow, animated screenshots lead learners through the process of completing a page. Use this as a presentation as learner follow along.
HTML Code chart- Here are basic colors for a website.
Lissa Explains It All- 13 year old Lissa has provided an excellent resource for developing and enhancing web pages! Find just about everything here!
Create Your Own Webpage- This is a great place for beginners to learn about website creation.
Learning HTML for Kids- This site leads kids ages 10 and up (adults too!) through the planning and development of a webpage.
HTML Guides and Tutorials- Here is a huge collection of guides for teachers and students that cover all levels of development.
A Beginner's Guide to HTML- This is a primer for producing documents in HTML, the hypertext markup language used on the World Wide Web. This guide is intended to be an introduction to using HTML and creating files for the Web. Links are provided to additional information.
Hypertext Markup Language- This page contains links to HTML tutorials, grouped by General, HTML 3.2 Tags, HTML Code, My First Page, HTML Colour, Web Bitmaps, and Scripts.
How Do They Do That With HTML?- Easy to understand language provides teachers and students the information needed to produce simple to complex webpages.
10 Minute Guide to HTML- Follow this easy tutorial and your webpage will be up and running!
HTML Primer- This site contains 8 tutorials to help you learn the various aspects of HTML or Hyper text Markup Language.
NCSA's Beginner Guide to HTML This is a starting point to understanding the hypertext markup language (HTML) used on the World Wide Web. It is an introduction and does not pretend to offer instructions on every aspect of HTML. Links to additional Web-based resources about HTML and other related aspects of preparing files are provided at the end of the guide.
HTML Bad Style Page- Here are the Dos and Don'ts for making a Webpage. This site offers links to similar sites.
HTML: Crashcourse for Educators- This site is for teachers ready to design their own pages. It is very basic, but very complete, also.
Writing HTML- Here is an HTML tutorial written in Spanish.