Quick Reference and Cheat Sheets
Colors in HTML: Information on generating colors for web page elements using the hexadecimal codes in HTML.
Glossary of Terms: The Web Design Group has a detailed glossary of terms related to web design and the Internet. CSS Reference: Cascading Style Sheets are so powerful that having a cheat sheet of tags available is critical.
Linking Style Sheets to HTML: Help with linking external CSS documents so they will be utilized by your HTML.
Step-by-Step: Lawrence Crowl offers a guide to HTML set-up and usage.
History and Documentation
History of Programming Languages: A brief history of several computer programming languages.
A+: The A+ computer programming language was created at Morgan Stanley. It is an offshoot of the original A programming. Both it and A+ are designed to operate efficiently when dealing with large amounts of numbers.
w3c Validation Service: Websites are subject to simple errors in programming, and w3c’s validator checks for these errors.
National Institute of Standards and Technology: Offers assistance in the areas of computer security and security management and assurance.
Other Related Languages
SGML: Provides a “gentle introduction” to standard generalized markup language.
ABC: Language intended for beginners and for use on personal computers.
MATLAB: Primarily used in math, engineering, and technology fields. PHP and Perl
PHP Programming: This website offers instructions, information, and visuals on PHP programming.
Composing Good HTML: A guide to creating web pages in a manner that will not limit them to only displaying properly on specific browsers.
HTML Sandbox: Text your HTML here before publishing your document.