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(4) HTML Code Tutorial (http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/). I absolutely love this site. Authored by Miko O'Sullivan author of The Idocs Guide To HTML. Very easy to use with lots of examples.
(5) WebMonkey (http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/teachingtool/) Part of terra lycos network of sites, I frequently check with WebMonkey if stuck on some small part of web programming. I don't find them to be an extensive resource but good for quick solutions.
One of most important things to pass along here is learn by example. This is only way to learn any form of programming. You can read whatever you wish. But, until you try it and understand outcome, you will never really understand language enough to develop even smallest html documents on your own.
My site, e-kinetic.com, was designed and built entirely by me. It took time, but did not cost me a dime. The biggest advantage was wealth of knowledge I gained by programming everything myself. I of course made use of very same resources listed above. The best tip I can pass along is to be patient and persevere. Make use of expertise of others posted free on web. With a little hard work you too can build your entire site from scratch.
Dan J. Fry is an independent researcher and owner of the e- Kinetic E-Zine. He has a PhD in Physics, two daughters and two cats. Subscribe to his e-zine at e- kinetic@GetResponse.com or by visiting his Home Business site at http://www.e-kinetic.com.