Re: HTML Reference Site

Subject: Re: HTML Reference Site
From: Debbie Lemasters <Debbie -dot- Lemasters -at- MARCAM -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 1996 11:11:21 -0500

>Can anybody recommend a comprehensive reference page for HTML tags, >commands,
>and so forth on the web? I've done a bit of cruising and all I seem to find
>is very sketchy references with incomplete listings of the commands and
>tags, and longer treatises on how to use HTML but without a listing of
>all the tags and commands.


For a basic start, try these sites:

There are good books to learn from (Laura Lemay's is one of the
better ones) and lots of informative sites on the Internet where you
can more:

Lemay's site

There are several places out on the Internet that validate your
HTML and make sure you are writing your pages according to

There are also discussion lists about HTML:

HTML discussion list:
html-list -at- netcentral -dot- net
To subscribe, send the message to:
LISTSERV -at- netcentral -dot- net
subscribe html-list (your name)

Another HTML discussion list:
wwwdev -at- LISTSERV -dot- UNB -dot- CA
To subscribe, send the message to:
subscribe wwwdev (your name)

HTML Writers Guild discussion list:
To subscribe, send the message to:
majordomo -at- list -dot- stanford -dot- edu
subscribe html-authors-guild (your e-mail address)

Debbie Lemasters
debbie -dot- lemasters -at- marcam -dot- com

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