Demonstration Purpose HTML Spec
A "Hello World" HTML file Demonstrates the structure of a simple HTML file. Useful as a template to get started. 2.0
HTML 2.0 Strict Reference Shows information about the elements defined in the HTML 2.0 Strict specification including examples. 2.0 Strict
A "Hello World" XHTML file Demonstrates the structure of a simple XHTML file. Useful as a template to get started. XHTML 1.0
A "Hello World" SVG file Demonstrates the structure of a simple Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file. To view this, you'll need to have a SVG-enabled browser or install a SVG viewer like this one from Adobe. SVG 1.0
Demonstration of URL types Demonstrates different kinds of URLs in the href attribute of the A element. 2.0
Basic HTML Demonstrates more "basic" HTML elements 2.0
Browser Redirect Demonstrates browser redirection. 2.0
HTML 3.2 Final Reference Shows information about the elements defined in the HTML 3.2 Final specification including examples. 3.2 Final
Hello Table (standalone)
Hello Table (side by side)
Demonstrates a simple table in a standalone file and a side by side comparison of code to appearance. 3.2
Hello II Table Demonstrates a simple table with a border and centering in the TD element. 3.2
Padded Table More table demonstrations. 3.2
Portfolio (HTML 3.2) Demonstrates a simple set of Web pages that show competence in basic HTML (HTML 3.2). This is the type of work a person who completes the first lessons of Creating Web Documents should be able to accomplish. 3.2
Client Side Imagemap Shows how to make an image have "hotspots." 3.2
Background Grid Simple demo how you can tile an image to make a grid. 3.2
Background Column Simple demo how you can tile an image to make a column. 3.2
HTML 4.01 Strict Reference Shows information about the elements defined in the HTML 4.01 Strict specification including examples. 4.01 Strict
HTML 4.01 Transitional "loose" Reference Shows information about the elements defined in the HTML 4.01 Transitional specification including examples. 4.01 Transitional
Advanced Table More table demonstrations. 4.01
Hello III Table Demonstrates the use of the colspan, rowspan, and bgcolor attributes of the TD and TH elements. 4.01
Basic Style (HTML file)
Basic Style (CSS file)
Demonstrates simple use of a style file. (I copied the contents of mystyle.css into a file mystyle.css.txt so that your browser can read it, as some browsers have trouble displaying a css file directly.) 4.01
Box Style (HTML file)
Box Style (CSS file)
Demonstrates simple use of DIV element to create a visual box. (I copied the contents of boxstyle.css into a file boxstyle.css.txt so that your browser can read it, as some browsers have trouble displaying a css file directly.) 4.01
MySpace Profile "Lean" Styles Style sheet examples to give a "lean style" to MySpace profiles 4.01 Transitional
Style Sheet Demo:
No Style Times,
Style Times, and
High Style Times.
Mock Newsletters that demonstrates style sheets. 4.01
Example Portfolio
Style sheet
Demonstrates a set of Web pages that show competence in basic HTML using style sheets. 4.01
Form
Echo Form
Demonstrates elements used in a form. 4.01
Frames demonstrates frames 4.01
Internet Explorer Table demonstrates a few MSIE extensions to table attributes IE nonstandard
Some HTML Tricks Some advice and ideas on HTML. varies
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