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you wanna build a (better) website... There's
no shortage of authors, teachers, organizations and businesses who are
ready to help. In fact, there are enough websites and books to make
your head spin.
to your favorite search engine (mine is dogpile.com),
type "Web design tutorials" or something like that, and
take your pick. There's even a website devoted to finding online tutorials:
you need tutorials in a language other than English, try Babelfish
to your online bookseller of choice and search for "Web design"
or similar (I use Amazon.com because
they offer very helpful readers' reviews).
Comprehensive and clearly organized, but the real beauty of
this site is the interactive editor that uses a split-screen format to
let you work on the HTML and immediately see the results. Say you want
to use frames to create a left-hand
is a 4-CD set of narrated step-by-step movies showing what's happening
on-screen as your personal tutor builds a website. Starts with simple
HTML and progresses through more complex topics including audio/video,
our review] [visit WebSavant