Section B, Spring 2004
all students are expected to have mastered before the beginning of 67-272.
the time spent in class will likely need to be supplimented by These materials
are not supposed to be comprehensive or exhaustive on the subjects of
student's study or review of this material. Additional material on databases
will be posted later in the semester. If you have suggestions for additional
sites to be included here, please send this information along to Professor
Prof. H's Tutorials on HTML. A series of three tutorials relating to basic tags and formatting, Tables and Anchors, and Forms. These were originally developed for another class a few years ago, but may be helpful to students who need a quick HTML review,
An Introduction to HTML: Jan Graham has made her book (An Introduction to HTML) available on-line at this site.
WebReference: A set of HTML tutorials by WebReference (Mecklermdeia) which some emphasis on style sheets.
HTML Tag List: Similiar to the Bare Bones Guide, this site lists all the HTML tags available and which browsers support which tags. I'd recommend that students choose the download option and print out the entire tag list for easy reference later.
HTML Help: A good place for new web developers to find reference materials on HTML. See especially the HTML 4.0 Reference section for helpful information.
Please note: this site contains relevant information for the Spring 2004 semester only. The site is maintained by Professor H, so any questions or problems with these pages should be sent to email@example.com. (Since Prof. H is only half-Klingon, don't worry -- you won't be 'killed you where you stand for offering your suggestion.')