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<SiteList  title="Browser Lists">
<SITE href="http://browsers.evolt.org/" title="Browser Archive">This site archives eveery version of every broswser they can find. Great idea, and excellent resource, but unfortunately a little daunting whn you actually see the list.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.skyzyx.com/downloads/" title="Old IE Versions">This most excellent page contains several different versions of IE and simple instructions on how to get them running on your system for checking your pages in older browser. Thanks you to all those who made that possible.</SITE>
</SiteList>
<SiteList  title="CSS resources">
<SITE href="http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/200502/efficient_css_with_shorthand_properties/" title="Efficient CSS with shorthand properties">Shorthand properties can be used to set several properties at once, in a single declaration, instead of using a separate declaration for each individual property. This article clearly explains how these can save a lot of space in your CSS file. Essential reading for any developing a website.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.snook.ca/archives/000297.html" title="CSS / Javascript based version control">No the author hasn't gone crazy - he/she is just showing a simple premise of CSS and the rarely used "ins" and "del" tags to provide client siode version switching. Well worth a read, and make you sure you look at the sample document and click on the links to show/hide the different versions of the document.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.positioniseverything.net/easyclearing.html" title="CSS Floats explained">Excellent (and heavy going) page explaing the behaviour of CSS float on DIV tags in various browsers.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://glish.com/css/" title="CSS layout Techniques">This page starts with the wonderful heading - "Look Ma, No Tables", which sums up what most peole are trying to achieve with CSS. Excellent resource for learning CSSS. Highly recommended.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.7nights.com/asterisk/archives/web_standards_roi.php" title="CSS ROI">One developers numebrs on switching to CSS and how much it saved the client. Very impressive numbers.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.thenoodleincident.com/tutorials/typography/" title="Sane CSS Sizes">Essential reading for all web designers... though the guy who wrote it really needs to get out more. He has studied how different different browsers render different CSS font sizing methods, and then published the results. One page has 264 mini-screen shots, and then there are several other pages with different ways of grouping those results, and then there are more screenshots on other pages. </SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.maxdesign.com.au/presentation/index.cfm" title="Max Design">This site has some of the best CSS atricles and tutorials you will ever come across. Its a must see for any serious Web designer or developer.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.domedia.org/oveklykken/articles.php" title="Articles and HTML and CSS code examples">Excellent selection of HTML and CSS code examples written by Ove Klykken - highly recommended.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.alistapart.com/articles/journey/" title="From Table Hacks to CSS Layout: A Web Designers Journey">Excellent article about moving from Table hacks to CSS based websites, inlcuding why and how stuff.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnie60/html/cssenhancements.asp" title="CSS Enhancements in Internet Explorer 6">MS explanation of changes in the CSS supported by IE6, and in particular, a very good description of quicks mode and standards mode renderring. Essential reading for all web developers.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.westciv.com.au/style_master/academy/browser_support/basic_concepts.html" title="CSS Browser support"/>
<SITE href="http://www.surfare.net/~toolman/temp/diagram.html" title="Using CSS to generate diagrams">Fantastic article that shows how to make flowchart diagrams using CSS, and it works on most modern browsers. This article is a must read for any web designer.</SITE>
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<SiteList  title="Why (and how) to use the right DocType">
<SITE href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/samples/author/css/overview/doctype.htm" title="IE6 !DOCTYPE Comparison">Sample page from MSDN which shows how differently the same HTML can appear depending on the !DocType.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.hut.fi/u/hsivonen/doctype.html" title="Activating the Right Layout Mode Using the Doctype Declaration">This document explains how to properly switch modern browsers between standards compliant renderring, and non-standards compliant renderrring by using the DocType. Essential reading for all web developers.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://gemal.dk/mozilla/mozdev.html" title="Using Mozilla in testing and debugging web sites">Excellent article describe some very cool features in Mozilla which will enable you to quickly find and debug errors in your web site and web applications. This page is a must read for all web developers. </SITE>
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<SiteList  title="General HTML pages">
<SITE href="http://css.maxdesign.com.au/index.htm" title="Listamatic">Excellent list tutorials from at maxdesign. (Thanks Russ - you're a legend) Esssential reading for ALL web designers, which is pretty standard for most things Russ writes anyway.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.wellstyled.com/tools/colorscheme2/index-en.html" title="Color Scheme generator">Another very good colour scheme generator</SITE>
<SITE href="http://deyalexander.com/" title="deyalexander.com">This is the best personal website I've come across in a very long time.... which isn't surprising as it belongs to a "user experience design specialist" called Dey Alexander. Any web professional should browse through the site simply because its so well designed, and also because there's some interesting stuff in there.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.maccaws.org/" title="Making A Commercial Case for Adopting Web Standards">A website devoted entirely to providing Web authors with the resources necessary to promote Web standards as a commercially desirable choice for clients. Sounds like an excellent resource to me.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.w3schools.com" title="W3 School">Fantastic introduction to most Internet related technologies. It has good beginners tutorials and lots of useful resources for advanced users.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.websiteoptimization.com/speed/tweak/splash/" title="Sink the splash page">Excellent page outlining why splash pages reduce search engine rankings and why the "bail-out" rate on splash pages is so high. Recommended reading for anyone involved in web design.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.consumerwebwatch.org/news/report3_credibilityresearch/stanfordPTL_abstract.htm" title="What makes a credible website">Very academic research into how consumers gauge a website as "credible". The result is sadly, visual appeal and broken links are the main criteria for most consumers, whereas industry experts and professionals use depth of content.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://creativegood.com/" title="CreativeGood.com">Creative Good is on a mission to improve the customer experience -- for insurance, health care, financial services, travel, e-commerce, entertainment and media sites.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.bosrup.com/web/overlib/" title="overLIB">overLIB is a JavaScript library created to enhance websites with small popup information boxes (tooltips) to help visitors around your website. Cool DHTML stuff.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.fckeditor.net/" title="FCKeditor">Opensource WYSIWYG editor for use on a browser page.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.morecrayons.com/palettes/webSmart/slider.php" title="Colour Slider">Webpage that allow you to easily get the websmart colours.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://kupu.oscom.org/" title="Kupup">Antother Opensoure Javascript based Content Editing WYSIWYG Html editor. Also looks promising.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/" title="TinyMCE">Opensoure Javascript based Content Editing WYSIWYG Html editor.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.macromedia.com/software/player_census/flashplayer/version_penetration.html" title="Flash player statistics">Analysis of flash player penetration listed by region by version.</SITE>
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<SiteList  title="Http Stuff">
<SITE href="http://www.garshol.priv.no/download/text/http-tut.html" title="How the web works: HTTP and CGI explained">Covers the HTTP protocol, which is used to transmit and receive web pages, as well as some server workings and scripting technologies. It is assumed that you already know how to make web pages and preferably some HTML as well.. It is also assumed that you have some basic knowledge of URLs</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.bigblock.com/support/wri_http.htm" title="HTTP Status Codes">Well laid out page of the standard HTTP status codes.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://cs.gmu.edu/~setia/cs707-S02/p151-kristol.pdf" title="HTTP Cookies: Standards, Privacy and Politics,">Fantastic article about the politics and technical difficulty of writing an RFC by the David M. Kristol who headed the committee that wrote the RFC 2109 specification. Essential reading for all Geeks.</SITE>
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