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Webmaster Reference Library

This area is specifically designed to be a comprehensive reference for webmasters and aspiring HTML authors. As of 7-31-95 it's got over 415 primary sites that are carefully selected and annotated. Here's some more information.

This week's featured link is The Internet 1996 World Exposition.
WEB & NET
Books
Browsers
Collections
Design Tips #
FAQs
Getting Connected
Glossaries
Legal Issues
Magazines *
Providers
Talk
Tutorials
INTERMEDIATE WEB
Audio
File Formats
Forms
Graphics
Imagemaps
Interactivity
Provider Guides #*
Usage Tools
ADVANCED WEB
CGI
Http
Perl
Robots
Security *
PC Unix
Workstations
Coming Soon...
HTML
Books
Collections
Converters
FAQs
Specs
Style Guides #*
Tutorials
Validation
SGML
SGML
VRML
Browsers
Collections
Example Worlds *
FAQs
Libraries/Toolkits
3-D Modelers
Specs
Misc.
AFTER YOU'RE DONE
Submit It! to 17 lists *
Advertising Your Pages
Web Announcement Services
Yahoo
Pointers to Pointers
New site meta-list


Similar Efforts

Doc's WebDev Page
A one-page meta-list of webmaster resources by Dennis O. Cline
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
Saberspace: Web Spinning
Webmaster list by John Laroche.
Web Communications Comprehensive Guide to Publishing on the Web
A well-hyperized collection of original and external information on Web publishing. Aimed at WebCom users, but applicable to the general public.
The Web Developer's Virtual Library (*)
A meta-list of over 1100 (as of 7-28-95) WWW development resources which includes WWW Development, Ask Dr. Web by Alan Richmond.
The Web Masters' Page
A large collection (73K) of links with commentary from the prolific Bob Allison.
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

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.

Be sure to check out the new web zines area, where I list the best on-line Web-related magazines. Here's some similar efforts. Note that items with a # contain links to my own work. Items listed with a * are the best in that area. I most cases I try to point directly to the source, but when I find a site that lists a certain category well, and keeps it fresh I will point to it and not re-list everything. This is an example of leveraging other people's work. See my article What Makes a Great Web Site for more details.

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.


Andrew B. King, MS
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