This forum is for discussing, comparing and general chat about creating and developing websites. Feel free to join right in with any questions or topics you'd like to put forward.
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- Frankie Roberto - frankieroberto.com, a small site for photos and information about Frankie Roberto. Also with a message board.
- aka online - aka online has just relaunched, with a full message board, a chat room, guestbook and more stuff on the way pretty soon! You can also download aka's big new tune, with links to his other music too. Please remember to sign the guestbook
- Dogster - Dan Goodman's Personal Homepage, a very minimalist website containing a set of links to things Dan has written. Dan has also created the websites A Fish Called Bob, a computer games programming site, and Take Issue!, an online political magazine.
- Prof C. - The Big C Domain, a relatively small site used mainly as a testing ground for the Prof's web-design skills. It also has a few subdirectories dedicated to various media and his book.
- Spook - Twynham Youth Group, a website about Twynham Youth Group.
- U177581's fledgling site network, the dotsurfer|network, offers two-way syndication of design and content. If you don't know what that means, it's all explained at dotsurfer|network with the first network site at Dotsurfer UK itself.
Articles on h2g2 about website development.
- Cascading Style Sheets
- HTML - A Manual of Style (by MagicManZach) - How to use basic HTML and make your page look good.
- GuideML Clinic (by Bruce) - You won't be able to use it anywhere else, but learning GuideML thoroughly will let you make great h2g2 pages and give you the basic skills for HTML coding.
- The Counter.com - Free hit counters for your website. (Recommended by Frankie)
- Bravenet.com - Offers lots of web services. (Recommended by aka)
- W3C - HTML Markup - (Recommended by Veggie)
- W3C - XML - (Recommended by Veggie)
- The latest W3C HTML recommendations (Recommended by HappyDude)
- The latest W3C XHTML recommendations - (Recommended by HappyDude)
- The W3C HTML/XTML validator - This useful page will
check that your web page meets W3C recommendations for HTML or XHTML(Recommended by HappyDude)
- The W3C CSS validator - this useful page
will check that your web page meets W3C recommendations for CSS (Recommended by HappyDude)
Tidy - A very useful little program for tidying up HTML/XHTML pages. (Recommended by HappyDude)
- Web Accessibility
Initiative (Recommended by HappyDude)
- A good accessibility validator (Recommended by HappyDude)
- Webmonkey - a good all-round web developing webstite (Recommended by Peet)
- Internet Developer - Working with HTML - At first glance this seems like it would be one-sided, but it's not. There's lots of information on creating web sites that look good and function regardless of the user's choice of browser or platform. (Recommended by d'Elaphant)
- DevEdge - Tools, tips and other information for designing and developing web sites and applications that work across standards-based browsers (Recommended by Peet)
- Resource Index - A Useful website. (Recommended by Silly Willy)
- PHP.net - A very good place to go for some specialised website development. Their documentation's great (Recommended by Prof C. Tonks)
- EchoEcho - General Purpose Site. (Recommended by HappyDude)
- Out Of The Trees - and this one is just intresting. (Recommended by HappyDude)
- Easy CSS (Recommended by HappyDude)