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HTML

Getting started with HTML, a short introduction to writing HTML, by Dave Raggett of W3C.

Advanced HTML features such as tables, flow tex around images, line breaks and special characters, by Dave Raggett of W3C.

NCSA (at UIUC) Beginner's Guide to HTML

W3C HTML Validation Service - make sure your html is valid

CSS

CSS from the Ground Up Whether you normally use a WYSIWYG editor and stay clear of that source stuff in the background or even if you have never created a Web page at all, this tutorial will set you off in the right direction.

Adding a touch of style will show you how to use W3C's Cascading Style Sheets language (CSS) as well as alternatives using HTML itself, by Dave Raggett of W3C.

More online CSS resources

W3C CSS Validation Service - avoid the headaches and make sure your CSS code is correct.

PDF

This is an Acrobat PDF and requires Acrobat Reader.Creating good Microsoft Office documents for good PDFs (Quick Reference Card)

This is an Acrobat PDF and requires Acrobat Reader.Dos and Don'ts for Making proper MS Office documents for better structure, better PDFs and accessibility. (New Media Center workshop handout)

This is an Acrobat PDF and requires Acrobat Reader.How to make accessible Adobe Acrobat PDFs for the web (from Foothill DeAnza High Tech Center Training Unit)

 

FTP Tutorials and free downloads
(File Tranport Protocol - what you use to send files to the server)

On campus network tool ftpExplorer
FTP program for Macintosh
FTP program for PC

Other Web Resource Sites:

University of Minnesota Duluth Web Design Reference site

Training, Books & Tutorials

Staff Development Workshops - check the Staff Development training calendar for multimedia classes
Lynda.com - books, tutorials on CD and online.
Macromedia - tutorials, books, online training, user forums

 
 
 

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