HTML is a proper noun. HTML is (1) a set of tags and rules (conforming to SGML) for using them in developing hypertext documents.
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Visit this web site developer directory for information about web site development services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts website HTML code and a ballpoint pen.
This is a free service that checks web documents in formats like HTML and XHTML for conformance to W3C recommendations and other standards. Can be searched by URL, File Upload, or Direct Input.
Microformats are small bits of HTML that represent things like people, events, tags, etc. in web pages. They are open and free to be used by anyone in web design. The website fully explains microformats as a concept and how they can be used practically. Users can also contribute to the further development of them.
PHP is a widely-used, general purpose scripting language suited for web development and can be embedded in HTML. The website offers a tutorial, information for downloading, and information about updates to the program.
The Virtual Library is the oldest catalogue on the web, created in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of HTML. The virl.org links pages that exist on hundreds of different servers around the world. The Library is arranged by subject.
This site provides access to tools for live web site traffic analysis. On the site, users can find a link to a free 30-day trial or they can subscribe. There are samples of the kinds of statistics that are available. The software is easy to install and requires no knowledge of HTML. Web-Stat.com has been operating since 1998 and currently monitors 10,000 sites.
This site is a service to the web site administrator community. The site acts as a forum for members to share and gain knowledge in operating and promoting a website. Users must register, but this is a free site. On the site is information about latest developments in the Internet world, web hosting issues and options, PC and Unix software usage, HTML and browsers, website analytics, and much more.
WhatWg is a growing community of browser vendors, web developers and other people interested in the development of the next generation of HTML and related technologies, specifically designed to allow authors to write and deploy applications over the World Wide Web. The home site provides links to FAQs about the organization, blogs, forums, specs, wiki, and a downloadable mailing list.
The Image Pages web site discusses the types of graphic images that are often included on web pages. It also introduces the HTML "img" element and explains how to use its attributes to describe, locate, and surround digital images on a web page. Links to selected captioned photographs and illustrations are featured on the website.
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