Free Resources For Learning To Program In HTML by Dan J. Fry, c. 2003-2004, All rights reserved.
If you decide at some point in your life to start an online business, you simply cannot function without a web site. But, how do you go about building your site? Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Staples, and Office Depot, to name a few, have many books to assist you in web programming. These cost both money and time.
HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, was first developed by in. It is undoubtedly top web programming language. Online business owners typically find themselves in an awkward position; Either pay someone to build your web site, or take charge and spend time to learn how to program. The latter however, takes not only time but money, something that new online business owners have little of.
Fortunately, due to primary function of internet, there are many who provide free resources by way of their own expertise to assist others.
So, o.k. Dan, what are they?
(1) HTML Goodies (http://www.htmlgoodies.com) This resource is listed first for a reason. I think it is best free resource available. It teaches by example, which is best way to learn. All of basics and then some are covered: tags, tables, fonts, colors, alignment, links, dhtml, backgrounds, images, forms
(2) Dave's Site Interactive Tutorial (http://www.davesite.com) Covers all of basics plus web site publishing and copyright concerns. Also covers generation of list items quite extensively. The nicest feature is ability to test concepts covered within site. There is no need to copy and paste to another text editor. Covers a bit of web design as well.