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by Wicked Innovation July 07, 2006
Using XHTML in coding web pages may as well be one of the fastest growing trends in the web today. In almost every website, mostly personal, that are being published each day, we usually see the words “Valid XHTML” proudly plastered somewhere in their footers or sidebars meaning they have taken their time to conform to the W3C’s (World Wide Web Consortium) coding standards.

216 Web Safe Color Chart

March 31, 2006
Each color below contains the hexadecimal values and the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) Values. Select a color and copy & paste the hexadecimal value into your HTML document.

"Read *This* Article and Learn HTML!"

by John Delavera
ALL HTML documents are consisted of TAGS. A TAG is a command that is included between these symbols: this: < and this: >.

A Quest for HTML

One day you wake up and say to yourself: "I want to make a web page!" Learn how here.

Adam's advanced HTML guide

Advanced HTML guide covering frames, tables, CSS, DHTML, and more.

Advanced Html Constructor

The best html programming guide on the web including free graphics, cgi scripts, midi files and information how how to make money with your web site.

Advanced HTML Tips

Lots of useful tips for intermediate to advanced HTML, from Builder.com.

Advanced HTML: Making Tables

An excellent tutorial from Project Cool.

Allaire's HomeSite

HomeSite is a versitile program for creating HTML documents.


Meta Tag reader, writer and editor. Quickly and easily manipulate your meta tags to get an optimum listing in the search engines.

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