- Test your HTML pages by viewing them in several different browsers: Recommendations
Useful HTML Reference Sites
All web pages are just slight variations on others. To make your own website, find a website that's not too complicated, save the source of some of it's pages, replace the pictures and text with your own, and voila!
Note: All these sites open in separate windows.
- Cherryfield.Net (Very simple pages, as long as you don't try to look at the source for the Cherryfield.US page.)
- Blue Heron Art Gallery (Nice, simple site which uses a table for title and Navigation tabs.)
- Sunrise Line (Home page is a little tricky, but consider using The Boat page as a template.)
- Washington County Railroad (Uses a table to control the width of the text.)
- Town of Cherryfield (Each page is a table with two columns (cells) — the navigation tabs are in the left column and the text is in the right column.)
- Monocle Yachts (Uses tables for positioning navigation tabs and text.)
- Guagus River Inn (Uses tables much like the Town of Cherryfield website. Adds sound, animated graphics, and uses individual pages for a "slide show".)
- Maine Photographics (Example of multi-level navigation tabs.)
- Dance Addiction (Tabs which are highlighted as you move your mouse over them — something for a more advanced lesson.)
- Petit Manan Yacht Club (More highlighted tabs and an area protected by a password.)
- King's Gate Club (Home page uses styles to highlight links, and other pages have buttons defined by mapping areas of a graphic — some other things for an advanced lesson.)
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