Your Own Web Pages
Information on using special characters in HTML
To read more about using relative names versus fully qualified names
take a look at the section of "Composing
Good HTML" by Eric Tilton
Personal Web Pages
||There are several collections of Personal Web pages
on the WWW and most of them allow you to list or register your personal
Web page. Some of the collections are
Two directory listings of places to find personal Web pages are
Two interesting articles on the reasons people create personal Web
An example of an excellent personal home page is "Jan's
Home Page" created by Jan Hanford.
Tools To Help Create Web Pages
||Lists of sites that provide tools for creating Web
Style Guides- How to Do it Right, How to Do It
for Impact, and Making It Portable
||Here's a list of selected HTML style guides available
on the World Wide Web.
the Artist, K. Ankiewicz. Information and opinion about using
Good HTML, E. Tilton. The author says this doesn't "purport"
to be a style guide, but it contains lots of excellent information
on topics such as "Common Errors" and "Things to Avoid".
and Don'ts of Web Design, K. Signell. A brief, straightforward
discussion of what works and what doesn't on a Web page. Be sure
to read "Reading a Web Page" by the same author.
of HTML Style, by J.K. Cohen. Gives the basic rules for HTML
style. Also contains links to other style documents.
a Web Page, K. Signell. A critical look at some noteworthy
pages. Companion piece to "Do's and Don'ts of Web Design" listed
Guide for Online Hypertext Tim Berners-Lee, originator of
the WWW writes about Web style.
Guide for Online Hypertext, A. Engelfriet. Based on T. Berners-Lee's
style guide (above).
to Savy, Jeffrey M. Glover
C/AIM Web Style Guide, P.J.Lynch. The most complete and authoritative
style manual available on the Web. A must to put into the bookmark
list of every Web author.
the Web Sucks II, C.J. Silverio. Silverio doesn't mince words,
and her opinions are sound. Includes hyperlinks to examples of
good and bad Web pages.
- The Web
Developer's Virtual Library has a section titled "Style"
containing an annotated list of these and several other HTML style
Putting Your Information on the WWW
||In addition to the individual services and sites
there are Web pages that can be used to submit a URL to several at
once. Three of these are
Yahoo! has a section devoted to sites you can use to announce or publicize
a Web page.
For a comprehensive list of services and sites to use for announcing
a Web page:
WWW resources for more information about creating
||Listings in Directories - look at these sections
of directories for information about HTML
- HTML-LIST, HTML Authoring Mailing List. To
subscribe send e-mail to LISTSERV@NETCENTRAL.NET
with the body of the message being SUBSCRIBE HTML-LIST your-full-name.
- ADV-HTML, Advanced HTML Discussion List. To
subscribe send e-mail to LISTSERV@UA1VM.UA.EDU
with the body of the message being SUBSCRIBE ADV-HTML your-full-name
- A list of other discussions groups is kept
in the document World
Wide Web Mail Addresses
There are several newsgroups that deal with the issues of authoring
||There are several very good guides and tutorials
for creating Web pages.
||Here is a list of tools you can use to check your
HTML and other items on a Web page.