The World Wide Web is the Gutenberg press of our time. Just about anyone can create their own web site and then present it to the Interent publc. While there are many software programs that will create HTML code for you, learning HTML yourself means you'll never be limited to a particular program's features. Instead you'll be able to add whatever you need without having to struggle with confusing software or wait for software updates.
These tutorials are an introductions to HTML (HyperText Markup Language). In these tutorials you will learn about the basic features such as adding and modifying text, adding pictures, adding links, creating tables, creating forms, creating frames and adding special characters. When you have successfully complete reading all the tutorials, you will be ready to build your very own web page
James Marshall © 1996 has written several tutorials on CGI (Common Gateway Interface) and HTML to get you up to speed fast. With his permission he has allowed me to reproduce his articles on CGI Made Really Easy and HTML Made Really Easy. If you know what a text file is, you can be writing HTML within an hour. If you're a programmer, you can be writing CGI scripts within an hour.
The Colors, Fonts, Submission and URL sections were written by LionessVSM Designs for various ISP's (Internet Service Providers) she has worked for over the years. The Useful Links section contains additional information on how to create just the website you are wanting.