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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2002 5:05 pm 
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Web site help

If you have a problem making web pages you may find some good links to help you out below. If you know any good web building resources you would like to share please reply with a description and link. Thanks.

This is the best web help forum I know. Post a question here and you WILL get an answer. Almost all web languages are covered.

This is one of my mini sites. I put a collection of cut and paste javascripts here. There is also an iFrame maker that autosizes the iFrame for different screen resolutions.

Dynamic Drive is a great place to obtain free, original DHTML scripts and components to enhance your web site. All scripts on this site take advantage of the latest in JavaScript and DHTML technology

Provides a description of the various HTML tags used in making web pages for newbies

This website contains a large number of freeware, shareware, and free trial programs, specifically for internet use.

An advanced search engine collection all on one page, that is great for tracking down software download sites etc.

If you work anywhere near a Web site, sooner or later you'll have to deal with graphics. Unfortunately, not everyone who winds up handling graphics is a professional designer, and even experienced Web designers don't always understand that graphics have to be produced in a particular way. Doing it right is easy when you know how, this tutorial explains. Of course you could also ask Lamma Gung

Webmonkey has been around for a very long time and have an extensive "how to" library containing tutorials and articles on just about everything to do with the web. For HTML tutorials look under "Authoring".

Hope these are some help. :D

If you have any questions or need specific help please reply and ask. If I can't answer it I'm sure Gung or another forum member can.

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