These resources included other tutorials and references that may help you along the way or fill in the gaps we have not explained. We highly recommend About.com, HTML Goodies, gettingstarted.net, webreference.com, webTeacher, builder.com, projectcool's developerzone, webmonkey, WEBalley, or Web Review.
The WebTeacher site in particular offers a very comprehensive set of tutorials that are clearly written and cover everything from basics of web browsers to file formats to Java and CGI.
Because our list of references grew long, we broke it into sections that you can navigate using the menu below (you will learn how to do this yourself in lesson 28c). If you wish, you can still view all of the references on a single page.
Writing HTML: References
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