Webmaster's Reference Desk

This area is specifically designed to be a comprehensive reference for webmasters and aspiring HTML authors. For newer users who want to know more check out the Web & Net section. Whatever your level of experience you should find something new and useful here. I progress from basic Web and Internet tutorials through advanced techniques required for true Web mastery. Here's some more information about the Webmaster's Reference Desk.

Be sure to check out the new Web Zines area, where I list the best on-line Web-related magazines. You'll find some similar efforts listed below. Note that items with a # contain links to my own work.


WEB & NET
Collections
Design Tips #
Tutorials
FAQs
Magazines
Browsers
Getting Connected
Providers
INTERMEDIATE WEB
Graphics
Imagemaps
Provider Guides #
Forms
Interactivity
Usage Tools
ADVANCED WEB
CGI
Perl
Httpd
Security
Robots
Workstations
PC Unix
Coming Soon
HTML
Collections
Tutorials
Style Guides #
FAQs
Specs
Validation
Converters
SGML
SGML
VRML
Collections
Browsers
3-D Modelers
Libraries/Toolkits
Example Worlds
Specs
Misc.
AFTER YOU'RE DONE
Submit It!
Advertising Your Pages
Web Announcement Services
Yahoo

Similar Efforts

Making Your Mark on the WWW
How to design great Web sites by Totally Kewl
WWW Development Resources
Starting a site, lessons, searching, and Mac/Unix/Dos WWW Resources. Includes Macintosh WWW Information. By Jon Wiederspan
Weaving a Home on the Web
From Charles Boley's Shamelesssly Eclectic Home Page
Writing HTML, SGML, TEI, etc.
A thorough collection of useful links the all things you need to create a web site. By Douglas Brick
World Wide Web FAQ
A well-organized overview of the Web and the issues encountered when setting up a site. Lots of original content here from the current maintainer of the FAQ, Thomas Boutell
The World Wide Web - tools for aspiring web weavers
By Chris Beaumont at NASA

More Info, I Want More I N F O

This site started out humbly enough, I wanted a place where I and my fellow employees could easily refer to for Web-related information. I couldn't find one to my liking so I decided to do it myself. It has taken on a life of its own now, no telling where it will go next. Note that I've only included what I thought were the best sites, including them all would be a waste and well-nigh impossible. If you would like to submit your site, or know of a good site that is not included, please e-mail me at aking@corpnet.com.


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