HTML CSS WikiText Resources
All pages viewed in a browser are eventually represented in HyperText Markup Language. Out of curiosity and self-education, you may want to use the View -> Source menu command on your browser. This page may not be the best starting point, as Sourceforge adds a lot of artwork to give it the familiar appearance.
To help with repetitive chores, styling can be canned into Cascading StyleSheets. CSS markup is also used and useful in the style HTML attribute, which allows putting some style to sections of an HTML page. That's actyually where CSS evolved from.
Wiki pages use a specific markup system, relying more on symbols than on words so as to be as language neutral as possible. This is how this page was written, and all those on the Wiki as well.
- Portal to many help topics, sorted by usage level
- HTML (W3 School)
- Online validate URL or HTML input
- Official specification for HTML 4.01
- http://de.selfhtml.org (also available as es., fr. and ja.)
- http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:HTML also available if fr., ru. and sq.
- Cascading Style Sheets (HTMLHelp)
- Practical CSS for .com site designers
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