Links for HTML Beginners
Because I don't have the resources (like a
secretarial staff) to answer the many questions I get on how
to start a web page, please take a look at these useful sites:
A Beginner's Guide to HTML
But of course there's always my advice, and it's how I learned...buy
a copy of an inexpensive and easy to learn graphical HTML editor,
read your manual, and practice, practice, practice.
A Graphic Gatherer's Resource of Respectability
These various sites are part of a universal force on the Web that stresses the proper way of using the
graphics from free graphic resources such as this one. It is so important for newcomers to review the
information at these sites. Remember, free graphic resources
are doing a great service to those website creators who are not
graphically able themselves. The least a user of graphics can
do is respect the creator of the graphics by following the rules
of the road as stated in these various sites.
The 11th Commandment is Moyra's awareness-raising
campaign to honor the creative web graphic artists on the web.
explains the harm done from swiping art images off the web.
Cases Of Online Plagiarism Network.
Information about Copyrights, copyright awareness and links to
Reasons why not to ever reference
or link a graphic off of someone else's server. Upload to your
own server and give credit, please!
The big happening
on October 1, and yes, yours truly helped come up with the idea.
All of the above link badges, with the exception of the 11th
commandment, were designed by me. Upon visiting these sites and
joining these campaigns you will find several styles of buttons
that you can use to place on your site to show that you support
responsibility on the web. You are also welcome to use these
that I designed, too.
These sites have been kind enough to provide a link back to
#1 Free Stuff
The Free Index