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Anchors and Links

Describes a wide variety of linking techniques, from your basic anchor to popup windows.


An applet is a miniature program that you embed right into your web page.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g. fonts, colors, spacing) to web documents.

Character Entity References

Character Entities References are the way you put special letters, numbers and symbols on the web page.

Document Tags

Document tags define the overall structure of an HTML document.

Embedded Objects

Describes how to use the <EMBED ...> tag to embed plugins into the web page.


Setting the fonts in your page: making them bigger, smaller, bolder, and different colors.


Tutorial in how to put forms on your web page, how to include scripts, and some other common forms concepts.


Frames allow you to divide the page into several rectangular areas and to display a separate document in each rectangle.

Ignore-Me Code

These tags define different ways of telling the browser to ignore sections of code, or to treat the code as plain text, not as HTML..


Discusses how to use the ALT attribute with your images.

Lines and Paragraphs

Describes HTML associated with lines and paragraphs.


HTML provides a whole set of tags just for lists.

Logical Tags

Logical tags allow the browser to render that information in the manner most appropriate for that browser.

Popup Window Tutorial

Walks you step-by-step through creating popup windows, including giving you a complete set of copy-and-paste JavaScript code.


Discusses how to use the <SCRIPT ...> tag for putting scripting in your web page.


Discusses how to add sound to your web pages.


Tutorial on creating basic tables and a complete reference to all table related markup.

Weird Tags

Discusses a couple of weird proprietary tags created by Netscape and MSIE.

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