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The World Wide Web Organization
http://www.w3.org

The folks who develop the HTML standards. Their site provides the latest news and info on web standards, how-to's, and news.

HTML 4.0 Standard
http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/

Approved in April 23, 1998 and still undergoing revision, 4.0's style-sheets represent a leap forward in web page design, but must be carefully implemented to make it backward compatible with older web browsers.

HTML 3.2 Standard
http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html32.html

Previous HTML standard is still valid for browsers currently in use.

W3.ORG's HTML Validator
http://validator.w3.org

Validate your HTML code with this on-line utility.

The Beginner's Guide to HTML
http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimer.html

Introductory primer current through HTML 3.2 available on-line from the NCSA

IEEE Web Style Guide
http://www.ieee.org/style/

Creating web pages the IEEE way!

IEEE Web Tools
http://www.ieee.org/webtools/tools.htm

Links to web browsers, HTML editors, image editors, IEEE specific and generic images and templates.

A Web Masters Guide to Search Engines
http://www.searchenginewatch.com/webmasters/index.html

Background on how popular search engines index your web site and tips on getting your page into the top level search results.

InfiNet's Colors Page
http://www.infi.net/wwwimages/colorindex.html

A neat free utility that lets you compare background and text colors and gives you the codes needed to use background colors in your own pages.

Web Pages that Suck
http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/index3.html

Learn from the mistakes of others. This site provides examples of bad web page designs with commentary to help teach good web site design principles.

WebNovice
http://www.webnovice.com

This site providers user-friendly tips and "how-to" advice for the novice Internet user. A good place to refer folks who don't have a clue.

WebMonkey
http://www.hotwired.com/webmonkey/

HotWired.Com's how-to guides for web developers.

WebSite Garage
http://www.websitegarage.com/

Commercial page includes a free diagnostic tool to give a web page a free "tune-up" . Checks browser compatibility, load time, popularity, spelling, and HTML coding.

DevSearch
http://www.devsearch.com

A search engine developed by and for webmasters.

WebReference
http://www.webreference.com

Another search engine that specializes in World Wide Web resources, plus "how-to" tutorials and news for webmasters.

BeSeen.Com
http://www.beseen.com

Free services to improve the "interactivity" of your website such as chat rooms, bulletin boards, page counters, and quizlets that you can incorporate into your site for java-capable users.

Free Internet 4.5
http://home.sprynet.com/sprynet/edelay/free.htm

Free resources to build successful websites," including free e-mail, web page design, webpage hosting, domain names, and Internet access/

Yahoo! on the World Wide Web
http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Internet/World_Wide_Web/

Links to sites with useful information on almost all Web-related subjects from HTML, CGI-scripting and Java to page creation, free graphics, and basic tutorials.

 

Updated: 18 May, 2010
Contact: John Yaglenski, j.yaglenski@ieee.org

 

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