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Sites bringing HTML code to life

Posted on: 19/04/2010

With all the great content management systems built into blog and web platforms, who needs HTML code? We all do. It’s like having an SLR camera. Yes, everyone has gone digital. But, many are going back to digital/manual models for control. That’s what HTML code, that backbone of all sites, is all about – control.

If you never studied it, here are three top sites to help you – or refresh your memory if it’s been a while.

HTML Goodies:This is a detailed, step-by-step guide with more than just HTML. If it’s been a while since you’ve put in a list, an image, or an email link, this is the place to go for a quick refresher.

W3C – Intro to HTML: Dave Raggett’s lesson in using HTML code to build pages is excellent. And as it comes from the ultimate guide to accessible websites, the World Wide Web Consortium on standards, you get two for the price of one.

HTML Code Tutorial: This site breaks using HTML code down into bite-sized pieces. It has tutorials, a forum and a quick list. Very helpful.

A little bit of knowledge, can go a long way.

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