w3schools.com is pretty good. not perfect but the best I've seen. Also
to get rid of tables for forms check out the label tag with
display:block; set for form elements.
On Thu, 2004-12-16 at 20:08 +0100, Brian Foster wrote:
> does anyone happen to know of a decent on-line (or, preferably,
> downloadable) tutorial about producing web pages (or documents)
> targeted at HMTL4.x _plus_ CSS2.y ? (and if it also discussed
> using a front-end --- wml(1) is the one I'm playing with at the
> moment --- that be nice.)
>> I want to move away from using a mixture of tables and physical
> controls (e.g., <I>) to logical formatting (for _static_ pages).
> CSS (esp. 2.y) gives me the logical formatting, and `wml' makes
> it less painful to write the HTML, but at the moment I am still
> very much at sea on how to actually _do_ things, or (rather more
> importantly) _why_ something is / isn't the best way of doing
> something. (I also tend to think in terms of LaTeX and troff(1),
> both of which are still my documentation engines of choice, but
> which perhaps doesn't help?)
>> please note I am not looking for a GUI (e.g., bluefish, the OOo
> web thingie, asWedit(?), Qanta Plus, (others?)) --- I've played
> with all those listed and decided I very prefer a real editor.
> what I want is, at the ‘raw’ HTML+CSS level, a manual(+examples)
> on formating.
>> I did a brief search using Google™ (brief 'cuz I starting having
> e-mail problems...), and didn't spot anything. any pointers or
>> p.s. I am well aware of reports Internet Exploder doesn't handle
> CSS2 very well. I don't care (too much --- I do concur with
> “viewable with any browser” campaign).
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