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HTML Kit is a standards-compliant full-featured free editor for HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS and other common languages. Over 400 plugins are also available for it, including HTML Tidy for creating clean HTML/XHTML pages. 95% thumbs up on Download.com User Opinions. 4+ million overall downloads (1.8+ million through CNET/ZDNet).

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  • WWW Development Resources
    Site of the organization which determines the standards of HTML. Some of the information gets technical but it is an invaluable resource in the long run.Very basic introduction and tutorial. A very detailed and step by step site. Also includes section on publishing a document to the WebMore of a tip's and tricks site, offers a good explanation of graphics and HTML.Very Good guide to layout and structure of an HTML document. Includes sections on URL's and other terms.
    One of best HTML sites around. Offers history, broswerisms, and full information on the latest tags. Includes coverage of things like Dynamic HTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
    HTML and CSS Tutorials And Stuff

    Quick and easy-to-follow practical guides to get you up and running with HTML and CSS, following best-practices every step of the way.

    The reference section, which is cross-linked from throughout HTML Dog, outlines all of the valid XHTML tags and CSS properties available to you.

    A handful of articles expand on the tutorials, going into a few more specific areas and a bit more detail.

    New to DHTML Lab

    In the first maintenance release of our Popup Calendar, we added better navigation bar styling and the ability to clear read-only input fields. In this latest release, we include new functionality that enables you to separate form elements to display any combination of a user-selected date, month and year.
    The Mozilla people have jumped the gun on CSS3 and prematurely put an end to purely rectangular elements with their curved elements and borders. Here's a preview of what to expect in CSS3, and a demonstration of what you can do right now in Gecko browsers.By Peter Belesis

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