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HTML Authoring Tools
 
  • Dreamweaver (Macromedia) -- WYSIWYG HTML development and website management tool. Dreamweaver is the Web editor currently recommended by the UW Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology.
  • Frontpage (Microsoft) -- WYSIWYG HTML development and website management tool. Some functions only work with IE and requires server extensions to run.
  • GoLive (Adobe) -- WYSIWYG HTML development and website management tool, less automation, more control than FP. Works with all browsers and servers.
  • Homesite (Allaire) -- Easy to use, HTML development and website management tool. Works with all browsers and servers.

 
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JAVASCRIPT
 
 
JAVA
 
  • JavaWorld -- Some high level Java information and links. You can also find information on the Sun, IBM, and Microsoft sites.
 
Cascading Style Sheets
 
  • W3C ON STYLE SHEETS -- They are the ones writing the standards... There is a good list of articles for you to pursue but you might want to skip the actual specs unless you are REALLY into that kind of stuff.
  • INTRODUCTION TO CSS -- A good explanation of the reason the CSS standards were developed, why to use them in your pages, how to use them, and where Microsoft sees the standards going.
  • CSS TUTORIAL -- A good place to begin learning about how to use Style Sheets.
 
 
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