General HTML Topics
- IPFS = InterPlanetary File System
- HTML 5 Cheat Sheet [Free PDF Download] – OnBlastBlog - Thanks to Matt Banner (the author) for recommending this site.
- Dr. Dobb's | Good stuff for serious developers: Programming Tools, Code, C++, Java, HTML5, Cloud, Mobile, Testing
- WebsiteSetup.org - Thanks to Robert Mening - Sander? (the author) for recommending this site.
- HTML5 is Feature Complete. Hello HTML5.1! - SitePoint - 2012-12-17
- All Standards and Drafts - W3C
- HTML5 Please - Look up HTML5, CSS3, etc features, know if they are ready for use, and if so find out how you should use them.
- Three categories: use, use with caution, and avoid
- What is HTML5, and why it will save the web from itself | ExtremeTech
- Comparison of layout engines (HTML5) - Wikipedia
- replaces former versions of HTML - (HTML4, DOM2 HTML, XHTML 1)
- HTML4 was published in 1999
- HTML5 is expected to be finalized in 2022 - However, many parts of the specification are stable now and may be implemented in products now.
- HTML5 aims to reduce the need for proprietary plug-in-based rich Internet application (RIA) technologies such as Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight, and Sun JavaFX.
- HTML5 delivers: a new sensible tagging strategy; localized databases; rich animations without plug-ins; and real apps in the browser; among other things.
- 20 Essential Things to Know About the HTML5 Web Language - Application Development from eWeek
- HTML5 presentation - 2010-04-20 - presentation works best using Google Chrome
- Dr Dobbs
- Network Programming with Internet Sockets - Thanks to Jennifer Williams for recommending this site.
- WhoIsHostingThis.com | HTML For Beginners at WhoIsHostingThis.com - Thanks to Faith Green at the Valley Book Club for recommending this site. 2013-12-04
- Pro tip: Hide web pages (from bots) by using noindex, nofollow, and disallow - TechRepublic
- <A title="This message appears when the visitor hovers the mouse over this link. It is just like the ALT attribute for the IMG tag." href="Your URL" target=new>
- Line Feed
- Non-breaking space
- " Quotation marks
- etc. (HTML Character Entities for the extended character set for HTML)
- Why html image alt text doesn't work in Firefox and IE
- <img src="qwertyabcdef.gif" alt="This is a message that used to appear when your mouse hovers over the image (if you were using an older MSIE browser) ">
- alt= no longer displays text with a mouseover (in MSIE). It is now necessary to use title=
- <img src="qwertyabcdef.gif" title="This is a message that should appear when your mouse hovers over the image">
- Image ALT vs TITLE: Using ALT & TITLE Attributes In Image Tags - The Wpromoter
- In the context of the image tag, the ALT attribute displays when an image doesn’t load, and the title attribute displays on mouseover. ALT has potential SEO (search engine optimization) benefit, TITLE does not.
- Title tag vs Alt text tag...browsers show Title instead of ALT?
- The alt attribute should be shown in place of the image, any time the image isn't available (eg text only browser, user has turned images off, image not found or not yet loaded). The title attribute should be shown as a tooltip on :hover for any browsers that support that functionality. You may in some cases decide that you want to use the same text for both, or you may decide to have different text, it depends on the situation and the image.
Unfortunately, because for years IE has incorrectly shown the alt text as a tooltip on :hover if there's no title attribute given, a lot of people have assumed that's what is supposed to happen. It isn't. Only the title should ever be shown as a tooltip on :hover (and you can likewise put a title on any element to get a tooltip).
- The alt and title attributes | 456 Berea Street
title attribute can be used with all elements except for
title, but it isn’t required for any.
- Barebones Guide to HTML
- Behaviors Library - Microsoft - MSDN Library
- <body background=...
- CompuServe Home Page Publishing Service
- Creating a Web Page
- CSS Topics ...
- Design Tip: The Top Ten Reasons Visitors Leave Your Site
- DevSoftware - shareware and freeware tools for software developers
- Digital Web Magazine - Markup as a Craft
- Download the complete Website
- HTTrack Website Copier - Free Software Offline Browser (GNU GPL) - $0
- A1 Website Download - Website Copier and Offline Browser - Microsys.com
- Price $29 includes all 1.x releases and one year of free upgrades.
- Technical SEO Website Crawler - TechSEO360 - $99/year
- The all-in-one solution for crawling websites and technical SEO: Fix site errors, discover broken links and redirects, find duplicate content, optimize keywords content, create sitemaps and much more.
- My notes - This program works great. It is too expensive. Lifetime upgrades would be an attractive feature.
- Can anyone recommend another program that works as well, but is more affordable? (Free?)
- Offline Browsing Anywhere Anytime - Part One
- Converting web pages to PDF, Adobe Acrobat
- How do I copy an entire web page?
- Print to PDF - Foxit, Snagit, Adobe Acrobat
- Browser menu > Save Page as ... > Web Page, complete
- PrintScreen or (Ctrl+Shift+ShiftScreen) or (Alt+PrintScreen)
- MS-Word > File (menu) > Open > Paste in the URL you want
- FastStone Image Viewer, Screen Capture, Photo Resizer ... - You can obtain a screenshot right down to the bottom of a web page even if it goes off the screen.
- ScrapBook Addon with Firefox - Saved the website locally. HTTrack works better.
- Surfulater - Capture and Find the Content You Need... instantly! - $115. - Is it any good? Worth that much money??
- CaptureSaver - Research software, Information Collection, Information Management - $40-$70 - Is it any good?
- PicPick - by NGWIN, All-in-one design tool, Screen Capture, Image Editor, Color Picker, Pixel Ruler and More - $25 - Didn't do what I wanted (i.e. full web page in one file).
- Dr. Watson
- Dynamic Drive DHTML(dynamic html) code library!
- Editors / Programming Environments ...
- Essential web design tutorials
- File Types (MIME)
- Fonts ...
- Forms Resources...
- freepolls.com FREE Site Tools
- Frequently Asked Questions about HTML
- FTP = File Transfer Protocol...
- Guides to HTML
- <hr size="16" width="60%" color="red">
- HTML Cheat Sheets
- HTML Code Tutorial
- HTML Goodies
- HTML Guard (Prevent unauthorized copies of parts of your Internet sites.)
- HTML Help by The Web Design Group (WDG)
- HTML Reference
- HTML Reference Library
- HTML References Topics... (chapter summaries)
- HTML Standard
- HTML: The Complete Reference
- HTML TIDY - Clean up your Web pages
- HTML Tools & Tips
- HTML Writers Guild
- Hypertext links
- Index Dot HTML: THE Advanced HTML Reference
- Internet instruction...
- Internet Publishing
- Introduction to HTML - Scholarly Communications
- Java Topics ...
- Link Checkers / Validators ...
- To help find and fix broken links
- "404" error
- "File not found" error
- "Page not found" error
- Links for a Web Page - Spoofs
- When an '@' is part of the domain in a Web address, the browser treats the string to the left of it as a user name to fill in any userid prompts, and everything on the right side as the domain name. This is perfectly legitimate syntax. (Standard document about URIs)
Malicious coders, such as phishers, often will use this technique to obscure the actual address of the site they send you to. For example, they might send you a message that appears to be from Paypal and include a link that looks something like this:
(The IP address I used is illegal for the same reason they use 555 phone numbers on TV shows.)
Notice, the numeric string to the right of the '@' mark. This link will not take you to www.paypal.com, but to 64.225.264.128. But most unsophisticated users won't notice the difference. Still, all of this monkey business is perfectly legal (if immoral) under the URI standard.
So what does it actually look like? Try pressing the button below. In the Status bar, the link appears to take you to the White House site, but it actually takes you to the latest column of one of our eWEEK columnists.
Go To White House Web Site...
The actual link was:
The applications for phishing attacks are pretty self-explanatory. The viewer will think they're on www.paypal.com, or whatever, but they will actually be who-knows-where.
- O'Reilly Home Page, Web Developer's Library
- posh - Microformats = Plain Old Semantic HTML
- Search Engines for your Web site
- Semantics in HTML - microformatique - a blog about microformats and “data at the edges”
- Tripod free website templates to make your own free website - Free Website Hosting
- SOAP = simple object access protocol
- Special Characters
- Tools & Tips
- VRML = Virtual Reality Markup Language
- W3C = World Wide Web Consortium
- W3Schools Online Web Tutorials - $0
- Web Design Library - Builder.com
- Web Developer's Virtual Library
- Web Pages That Suck -- learn usability and good Web design by looking at bad design
- WebTemplates (US$20/year)
- WebDeveloper.com - All About HTML
- WebExe (Convert HTML pages into one single, self-running EXE file with an integrated browser.)
- Webmonkey (The Web Developer's Resource)
- World Wide Web Consortium
- World Wide Web Resources - Yahoo!
- WWW Help Page
- XML Topics ...