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HTML resources which will lead to virtually any piece of information about
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This repository of information contains a large number of links
to high quality information sources. It boasts over 700 carefully selected
and annotated web sites plus original articles. A must see for anyone
involved in HTML development.
A collection of links to articles and references that span a large
number of topics associated with building a web site. The "Tools
for the Webmaster" feature contains a number of essential links for
the beginner and professional alike.
A nicely formatted reference on many broad topics, ranging from building
a web site, to software for use with the WWW. Their "New and Interesting"
section seems to be updated at least every month, and has some sources
that are otherwise buried in other references (for better or worse).
Another well done repository of links to various HTML resources.
There is much overlap between this site and Webmaster's Reference Library,
but the style of presentation is different and may be more appealing to
some. Definitely another place to look for information.
This is a well organized list of resources for HTML authors and Web
developers in general. Many mirror sites make fast access to this information
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