HTML is the lingua franca of the Net. It's a simple, universal markup
language that allows Web publishers to create pages of text and images that
can be viewed by anyone on the Web, regardless of what kind of
computer or browser they're using. If you want to build Web pages, you
should start here.
Tables they're not just for spreadsheets anymore! HTML tables can add
precision and complexity to your page layout. Discover the magic of these
useful tags here.
Using frames, you can divide your page into sections. Not everyone loves the
way frames look, but they are a popular design choice.
Control the look of your page and reduce download time with this
next-generation layout language. Soon all the cool kids will be using
Stylesheets, and you don't want to be left out. Do you?
What happens when you combine the flexibility of Stylesheets with the power
come alive with whiz-bang effects, dHTML may be the way to go.
Everyone seems to be talking about this new language but why? The
generic markup it offers is flexible, powerful, and much easier to deal
with than HTML.
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An introduction in Perl
Another server side scripting language used in enchancing websites.
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