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A Beginner's Guide to HTML
This is a primer from NCSA for producing documents in HTML, the hypertext markup language used on the World Wide Web. This guide is intended to be an introduction to using HTML and creating files for the Web.

Bare Bones Guide to HTML
This document is designed to serve a particular niche. It is intended as a concise "cheat sheet" that you can use to look up the correct forms of tags as you are creating Web pages. Other HTML guides provide significantly more descriptive material about how to use particular tags or how HTML works in general. If you are a beginner, you might try one of those guides first.

BellaOnline - Web Design
June Kaminski presents articles, links, news, resources, jobs, a forum and chat for web designers of all levels of expertise.

HTML with Style Tutorials
The aim is to teach everyone, from beginners to experienced Web developers, how to create Web pages using HTML and CSS. The point is to destroy any misconceptions you might have about Web development and start anew, doing it the Right Way. You can read our manifesto to find out the philosophy behind the tutorials. Our tutorials start from the basics of HTML and expand to cover as many features of HTML and CSS as possible.

Indexes of Icons and Graphics
A comprehensive directory of icons, buttons, bars, graphics, and image tools for the budding web designer.

Lighthouse on the Web
Dozens of expert articles on solid web design presented by David Walker.

Project Cool's Developer Zone
Masses of information, articles, news and tutorials for web designers of all levels. From basic html to database development, css and sopisticated Flash animations/movies.

Student Websites: Nursing Inquiry
A collection of collaborative student websites, created as a group to express information and insight into various topics in Nursing Inquiry. Fall 1999 to Spring 2004.

Web Development: Processes and Elements
Developing information for the Web requires a focus on meeting user needs. To accomplish this, my methodology involves six elements and these six continuously ongoing processes: planning, analysis, design, implementation, promotion, innovation.

Web Page Design for Designers
It is aimed at people who are already involved with design and typography for conventional print and want to explore the possibilities of this new electronic medium. They are probably already using page layout tools like QuarkXPress, Photoshop, Freehand and Illustrator and have discovered that designing web pages is something quite different. .

Webmaster's Color Laboratory
The 216-Color Webmaster's Palette from VisiBone. Pick safe and vibrant colours for your design. .

Yale Style Manual
This style manual developed as an outgrowth of our own World Wide Web (Web) development projects. It reflects our attempts to apply some of the lessons we've learned in twelve years of multimedia software design, graphic interface design, and book design to the new medium of Web pages and site design. From Yale Medical School. .




Nursing Informatics Integration for the BSN in Nursing Program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Design & Content by June Kaminski, RN MSN PhD(c) - 1999 - 2008
All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission