Ten Things for the HTML-Challenged
Freeware caution: always scan free downloads of anything for bugs and other threats before dumping the programs into your hard drive.
1. How to add basic and complex e-mail links to your web site or weblog.
2. For those who would rather work online than download, CreatingOnline.com has a Free HTML Page Maker Online Generator.
3. The University of Texas at Austin has a great page on Generating Colors in HTML.
4. HTML Code Tutorial explains web page code and maintains a related help forum.
5. HTML Color freeware allows you to easily create color values for your web document.
6. The "ultimate HTML resource": HTML Goodies.
7. W3Schools.com's HTML Tutorials for beginners break it all down into simple categories.
8. If you need a flexible, powerful code generator, give MyGeneration freeware a whirl.
9. Another HTML tutorial site: PageTutor.com.
10. Acme's Web Design Toy freeware features a split screen where you can type the HTML code on one side and see it instantly shown in web page form on the other.
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A sneak peek at what's coming up this week on PBW:
June's Biz Post: Branding
Meet the Vampyre Smythe, Vice President of VLAD
RW: The I Told You So Anniversary Giveaway
Blade Dancer, Five Years Later
(Possibly, if I can stop obessessing over it) A new free short story