Web Design Resources
by Ron Kurtus (revised 4 November 2017)
The following are resources on Web development:
HTML DOM write() Method - W3Schools.com
Breadcrumb Navigation Increasingly Useful - From UseIt.com, usability site
Breadcrumb Navigation - From Web Design Practices
Breadcrumb Navigation - From Wikipedia
W3C Link Checker - Follows latest web standards; pretty basic
Broken Links at a Glance - Easy to use and good for simple websites
Online Broken Link Checker - Does a good job, but is limited to 3000 pages and only checks absolute links.
Gizmo's Best Link Checkers - Lists several good free checkers.
FirstSiteGuide - How to start and run a website
How to Make a Website - WebsiteSetup.org
Webmaster Radio - Podcasts on web design and development
XML Basics - XML tutorials
Adobe Design Center - Tutorials from Adobe on their products
Webmaster's Reference Library A series of Web and Internet tutorials, from the basic through advanced techniques.
W3Schools - Web building tutorials
TrainingTools.com - Provides Internet training and tutorials
After Hours Programming - Tutorials
How to Start a Blog - OnBlastBlog.com
How to Make a Website - Good step-by-step guide with illustrations
CBT Cafe - Computer-Based Training design tutorials (2007)
Search Engine Watch - Tips About Internet Search Engines & Search Engine Submission
Web development mistakes - 456BereaStreet.com
Website Ranking - Ranking.com
Promoting Your Website - Listing from thesitewizard.com
Alexa - Page rank
FavIcon - Create a favicon
Use these resources to add to your knowledge on Web site design and development. If you have any other suggested resources, please let me know, so I can include them in this list.
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