XHTML & CSS:
Course Resources

This is the resources page for studies in HTML, XHTML, HTML5, and CSS. Specifically, here's what we have (let me know if you find new items or see items here that have gone away):

Understandably, this list of resources might be overwhelming. Here are our suggestions on the top published picks:

Domains, IP Addresses, etc.

  • Learn About Domains & HTML. Good understandable information provided by maracaria.com (UK). Link suggested by Girl Scout Troop #1306 of California.
  • Basic HTML Resources

    Instead of buying up a lot of books, you may want to try finding what you need to create web pages out on the web itself:

    XHTML Resources

    XHTML rules are easy to cover and really shouldn't require a full book to discuss and illustrate. Save your dollars for something else!

    CSS Resources

    CSS, on the other hand, is complex enough to warrant a book purchase, even though are certainly some good online resources as listed here:

    Articles: Design, Usability

  • CERN Style Guide for Online Hypertext. From the founders of the web . . .
  • Research-Based Web Design and Usability Guidelines
  • HTML Coded Character Set. From the Hypertext Markup Language, version 2.0.

  • VisiBone Anglo-Centric Color Code. Provides 216 swatches of color with names and their hex code values.
  • Clipart Sources. Links to dozens of clipart and icon resources, including tools to create or edit graphics.
  • Information and programs provided by hcexres@prismnet.com.