Just adding my two cents. I just glanced at the TOC of that doc and noticed
that a lot of it is out of date. Marquee and Font tags are no longer fully
supported, and Framesets are a bad idea (although iframes for certain things
are a good idea). Also never use tables to lay your website out. A lot of
people still do, but I would not even consider it a poor-man's-layout,
rather it is and always has been a terrible idea. Divs were invented
specifically for layout of websites. Just a heads up. Tables are however
good for displaying tabular data.

Just taking a glance around the web, I came across this,
http://webdesign.about.com/od/tables/a/aa122605.htm, which goes over what to
use tables for and what tabular data is. About.com is always a pretty good
source for information, and I trust them on a lot of things. While they
don't specialize in much of anything I would take a look.

http://www.W3Schools.com has the most up-to-date tutorials on HTML and CSS,
which are the two technologies you need to learn to achieve the creation of
a decent website, even if it is simple.


On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 7:53 PM, Claus Cyrny <claus.cy...@web.de> wrote:

>  bigsk...@gmail.com wrote:
> On 01/26/2010 11:56 AM, Deniz Dogan wrote:
>  2010/1/26 Programmer In Training<p...@joseph-a-nagy-jr.us> 
> <p...@joseph-a-nagy-jr.us>:
>  I use a plain text editor. If you're going to be doing any sort of even
> half-serious web design, I highly recommend several methods of learning
> Read the standard available at:www.w3.org
> In the very beginning, I used this document as a reference:
> http://www.lib.tsinghua.edu.cn/chinese/INTERNET/HTML/Table/html_design.html
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