Here is the tutorial information currently available:
Creating Web Documents: This is a
tutorial I've prepared for a short course I'm teaching. The
information here includes the assignments for the course,
the course overview,
turning in assignments information;
and the assignments on
a table, and
Getting Started: This is "lesson 0" for
anyone who is taking a class in creating Web documents: creating
files on your computer, transferring these to your Web space.
Includes a Unix Survival Kit.
Hello, World: This lesson introduces the
most basic HTML file and its structure.
Containers: This lesson introduces
the idea of containers in HTML.
Basic HTML: This lesson introduces a
commonly used HTML elements in a single file that users can view in
a browser as well as examine the source code.
Standard HTML: This lesson introduces
the idea of HTML standards and advises how to write HTML pages that
conform to standards.
Images: This lesson introduces the IMG
Tables: This lesson introduces the TABLE
element and its associated elements TR, TH, and TD.
More Tables: This lesson expands on the
use of tables by introducing the attributes of the TABLE element
and its associated elements TR, TH, and TD.
Hypertext: This lesson introduces the
concepts of hypertext and how to use relative pathnames, named
anchors, and redirection.
Style Sheets: This lesson introduces
cascading style sheets (CSS) and shows examples of how a style
sheet can be used to separate the contents of an HTML document from
a specification of how it will look in a Web browser.
More Style Sheets: This lesson introduces
more examples of style sheets and briefly describes the many more
things to learn about style sheet technology.
Web Document Topics: This lesson outlines
issues about keeping up with technolgy, specailizing in Web work
and careers, and techniques. It is intended to give participants in
the Developing Web Documents tutorial some ideas about developing
further skills and specialization.
A short description of how to
make sure file permissions are set in your Web space so
that the world can read them and execute any CSS files.
Q & A Forum: There are a few questions
here that are worth looking at; I want to say that I'm unable to
take new questions other than from my students in classes that I'm
Meta Element: This is a short discussion of
some attributes of the META element that are useful.