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HTML Tutorials - XHTML Tutorials

HTML and XHTML are the basic languages of the Web. Once you have learned how to write HTML or XHTML, you'll be able to put up a Web page anywhere there is Web space. These HTML tutorials and XHTML training classes will help you learn HTML quickly and easily. And you'll even learn the difference between HTML and XHTML.
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  2. Beginning HTML Tutorials (113)
  3. Intermediate Tutorials (15)
  4. Advanced HTML Tutorials (16)
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  7. XHTML (392)
  8. W3C (20)
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What is HTML
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language, but what does that really mean? Find out the basics about HTML and what it is and how the various versions of HTML differ from one another. Learn what HTML is.

XHTML Challenge
Hidden on this site are several pages designed to test your knowledge of XHTML. The pages are in the form of a question, but the question isn't always obvious. Once you think you know the answer to the question, you should know the next page to go to. If you guess wrong, you'll be taken to my homepage, otherwise, you'll go to the next page in the challenge. Challenge your knowledge of XHTML.

Creating Better Links
Links are a way for people to find things on the web and find things on your site. The better your links are, the more they will be clicked on. Learn how to create links that make people want to click.

HTML, XHTML, CSS and Web Design Resources
References, examples, validation and HTML help for learning Web design. CSS resources including CSS properties, CSS classes, CSS tutorials, learn CSS. XHTML resources including XHTML elements, XHTML classes, XHTML tutorials, and learn XHTML. XML resources as well.

8 Cheap and Easy Ways to Learn HTML
It's easy to learn HTML, and there are so many different ways to do it, it's criminal if you haven't already started. This article will show you some of the many ways you can get started learning HTML on About.com and other places.

HTML
HTML is not difficult to learn and there are a lot of resources and information available. You can take an HTML class to learn HTML or just read through a simple tutorial.

I've Learned HTML, What's Next?
Once you've learned HTML, what should you learn next to be a good Web developer?

Free Weekly Web Design Class
Once you know HTML, you need to learn to design your pages. There's more to design than just throwing tags up on the page and hoping it looks okay. With this course, (available in weekly or daily installments) you'll learn how to design pages as good looking as any professional.

HTML 101 - A Free 10-week Course
Learn HTML from your HTML Guide. Take this free course through email and the Web. Take this self-guided course, and at the end of ten weeks, if you pass the test, receive a certificate.

Building a Web Page for the Totally Lost
In order to learn HTML, there are a lot of things that you will need to know. This pre-beginning tutorial will help you to assess how much you know and teach you the basics of creating a Web page with HTML.

HTML Tutorial - Learn HTML Quickly and Easily and Build Your Web Page
Move through the steps to create a Web page. You'll start out by learning the basic HTML tags you need for a Web page and then learn how to post your page to a Web server.

Five Easy Steps to Starting Your Web Page
What you need to know to create great Web pages

I wanted to learn HTML, not XHTML, aren't they different?
Frequently asked questions about the About HTML

Basics of Web Design: 14 Tips for Better Pages
Web design is made up of some basic premises, and if you understand them you can design pages that will impress and illuminate your readers. These fourteen tips will help you create great Web designs that work with your readers and not against them.

10 Tips to a Great Web Page
Ten helpful tips for creating better, more useful web pages.

HTML Pet Peeves
There are simple things you can do to keep your site fresh, current, and not annoying

Links
Links are an important part of creating a Web page. They connect your page with other pages on your site as well as other websites on the Internet. This article explains all you need to know about creating links, using links, styling links and improving your links.

What are Markup Languages?
Markup languages are the language of the web. They include languages like HTML, XML, and XHTML. And all these markup languages have some things in common.

Web Design and HTML Coding Fads
HTML coding is not immune to fads any more than any other human endeavor. But just because something is out of fashion doesn't mean you can't use it. This article discusses some things in HTML that are still valid to use, but are no longer in fashion.

What fads in HTML coding have you noticed?
About.com readers share the fads they've seen on websites whether they are web design or HTML, CSS or JavaScript, there are aspects of this job that are subject to popularity. Share the fads you've noticed.

Test Your HTML, CSS, and Web Design Knowledge Online
Do you have to take a test on HTML for a job? A great way to practice is to take some free online HTML tests. Here are a few you can try and two I don't recommend.

What Should HTML Stand For?
HTML is an abbreviation that means HyperText Markup Language, but there are so many other things it could stand for. Here are just a few.

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