FrontPage Solutions

A List Apart
A List Apart explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on techniques and benefits of designing with web standards.
Alan Wood's Unicode Resources
Have you ever tried to include a passage in a different alphabet in one of your documents, for example a quotation in Russian in an English document, only to find that you have no Cyrillic characters available? Or sent a Spanish document in electronic form to someone in Greece, only to be told that the accented Latin characters have been replaced by Greek characters? Or produced a Web page that includes technical symbols and found that it works with Windows but not with Mac OS or Unix?
Free FrontPage themes

BareBones Guide to HTML
The Bare Bones Guide to HTML lists every official HTML tag in common usage, plus Netscape and Microsoft extensions.
Beginners Guide to HTML
Many people use the NCSA (National Center for Supercomputing Applications) Beginner's Guide to HTML as a starting point to understanding the hypertext markup language (HTML) used on the World Wide Web. It is an introduction and does not pretend to offer instructions on every aspect of HTML
Bookmarklets are simple tools that extend the surf and search capabilities of Netscape and Explorer web browsers.

Modify the way you see someone else's webpage. Extract data from a webpage. Search more quickly, and in ways not possible with a search engine. Navigate in new ways. ...and more. Over 150 bookmarklets are available.

Character Set
Also Special Entities, such as em dash
Chris's FrontPage Info Web
I've always tried to follow a basic format of providing problem-solving information that's not covered in the FrontPage manual. Web Site Workshop
Convert Favorite to HomePage
Favorites Home Page is a freeware tool for converting your Internet Explorer Favorites into a custom Home Page that resides on your computer.
CSS Creator
CSS Creator site is a place for you to learn about and create CSS, Cascading Style Sheets.
CSS/FrontPage Discussion Groups
CSS Lists
A Useful CSS Links page has been added to the site and contains great links to CSS tutorials, tools, tips from all over the web. If you know of any other great CSS resource not listed please add it to the list.
CSS Once a Day
CSS Smorgasbord
CSS Stylesheets
CSS Tutorials/Links

Corrects images for color blind viewers.
Developing With Web Standards
How and why using web standards will let you build websites in a way that saves time and money for the developer and provides a better experience for the visitor. Also discussed are other methods, guidelines and best practices that will help produce high-quality websites that are Accessible to as many as possible.


Editing the Shared Border in FrontPage 2000/2002

Free Layouts
Download your favorite templates - for free. Now over 25,000 graphics and free flash movies!
This site is all about using FrontPage and a database to create dynamic content on the web. Examples and applications to help you learn the power of FrontPage and ASP.
FrontPage tips
Write some HTML in a box and click Show It! to see it displayed in a browser window.

Getting Started Extending FrontPage 2003
New to Web development? Read this article to learn how you can extend Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 to design your own custom Web site. FrontPage offers many techniques for you to broaden its functionality. This article reveals the different ways that you can extend FrontPage and provides pointers to detailed articles that walk you through each approach.
Windows and Web
As these concepts are discussed and illustrated on this website, GUI applications (both native Windows and Web-based) and websites will be used interchangeably. They will not be separated because the principles are universal.

House of Style
Comprehensive resources for web developers who want to work with Cascading Style Sheets.
If you are a beginner, the step-by-step HTML Beginner's Guide will get you started. If you are already a competent web maker, the HTML Advanced Guide and CSS Advanced Guide are the places to look for advanced tips, tricks and good practice techniques.
Non-browser specific, non-resolution specific, creative and informative sites that are Accessible to all users worldwide. Material on a wide range of HTML related topics.

Internet tips:
Learn the Net

Learn the Net, a website dedicated to helping you save time and money when roaming through cyberspace. A very basic introduction to the Internet.

Java Scripts

Find FREE JavaScript codes quickly and easily with the only search engine that searches all the top Java Script libraries, offering a total of over 8,000 free codes.

Links to CSS Resources

A collection of sites and pages that explain the ideas behind CSS, and demonstrate ways to use CSS in your work.

Links to CSS Tools

A collection of tools that both new and advanced CSS authors may find useful in looking up information or gathering information they need.


Lists using CSS


CSS, presentation tutorials and samples

Microsoft acquires Vermeer

    Getting Started
    FrontPage Techniques
    Pro Techniques
    Spooky's Databases
    Approaches to Design
    Business Matters

Provenance Unknown

"This style guide seeks to serve as a resource for anyone writing or editing web copy, and to document some of the conventions that distinguish good writing, as published on the web, from writing published in other media."
Also appropriate for writing in general.

Putting XML to Work

Unless you've been on a long vacation lately, you've probably run across Extensible Markup Language (XML), which is being widely touted as the next great breakthrough for communication between applications. But you may be a bit fuzzy on how to use it in your own applications.

Rob van der Woude's Scripting Pages

This site is chock-full of scripting examples, ready to be used.
The primary objective of this site, however, is to teach you how to use batch and other scripting languages yourself.
So read the explanations that are available on these HTML pages or embedded in the scripts as comments.


Send Large Files

Choose who you want to send a file to. It can be anyone with an email address. You can specify multiple email addresses separated by commas.
Select a file to send. You can send photos, audio, documents or anything else. Your file will be stored by YouSendIt without ever filling up your recipient's mailbox.
Click on Send. YouSendIt will automatically email your recipient a link to your file stored on our server. Your file will be deleted after seven days.

Spider Woman Designs

Web Site Design, Development & Maintenance

Symbols and Special Characters

Texas Web Developers

Collection of examples, tutorials, etc.

The Mad, Mad World of Pixels Per Inch (PPI)

Trying to understand Pixels Per Inch is easier than spit-roasting jellyfish - but only marginally. When you've read this article, maybe you still won't fully understand ppi, but at least you'll feel confident that nobody else understands it either.

Your resource for designing usable, useful, and Accessible Web sites and user interfaces.


Video Tutorials

A way of showing you what things look like to someone who is color blind.


MarkUp Validation Service; a free service that checks documents like HTML and XHTML for conformance to W3C Recommendations and other standards

Web Page Content
Web Pages that Suck

Examples of bad web design

Web Weavers

Resource for the staff of Settles Bridge Elementary, as well as others in the Forsyth County School System in Cumming, Georgia.

Word HTML Cleaner

This utility strips proprietary Microsoft tags and artifacts from Word HTML documents, leaving basic formatting and typographic entities intact.

The definitive guide to understanding and implementing web standards

Valid CSS! Valid XHTML 1.0!