Pages about specs:
- Spec Files
- HTML 5 Cheat Sheet (PDF), courtesy of Matt Banner, OnBlastBlog.com
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional Reference: a complete reference for the official XHTML 1.0 Transitional specification.
- XHTML 1.0 Strict Reference: a complete reference for the official XHTML 1.0 Strict specification.
- HTML 4.01 Transitional Reference: a complete reference for the official HTML 4.01 Transitional specification.
- HTML 4.01 Strict Reference: a complete reference for the official HTML 4.01 Strict specification.
- HTML 3.2 Reference: a complete reference for the official HTML 3.2 specification.
This hyperlinked set of pages presents the elements using the the official Document Type Definition (DTD) for HTML 3.2. Although HTML 3.2 is an older standard for HTML, it is widely supported in many of the browsers in operation today. HTML 3.2 gives you a way to implement HTML simply and accurately without the complexity and costs of the higher levels of HTML.
- HTML 2.0 Reference: This is a hypertext reference presenting the HTML 2 language based on the Document Type Definition (DTD) specificied in RFC1866, Hypertext Markup Language 2.0. This reference shows HTML 2.0 Level 2, with all recommended features, highlighting, and forms included. All deprecated features are excluded.
- HTML Spec Summary, this is a tabular
summary of many HTML elements and attributes, organized
according to document component. Includes some descriptions
of non-stanard HTML.
- HTML Information, from W3C. This is the authoritative source for HTML information.
- Style, from W3C. Use cascading style sheets (CSS) to specify how your Web pages look, separate from your implementation of the pages using HTML elements.
- Validator, from W3C. Use this service to check your Web pages for compliance to HTML standards.
Pages about color:
Codes, Entities, &Etc.