Coyier, C. HTML & CSS – The VERY Basics. Watch this introductory video on HTML and CSS style sheets.
W3C, Adobe, Facebook, Google, HP, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera. WebPlatform.
A little dry but always accurate and up to date. Retrieved from
WikiBooks. HyperText Markup Language. An open wiki-based HTML textbook.
Mobbs, R. (2010). Introduction to HTML, University of Leicester.
A fairly good and up to date open textbook on HTML.
HTML Source. (2000–2011). HTML tutorials. Retrieved from
Webmonkey. (2011). HTML cheatsheet. Condé Nast Digital. Retrieved from
If you want to explore the use of CSS to control the appearance and layout of web pages this is a good place to start.
Pilgrim, M. Dive into HTML5.
An interesting look at what’s coming in the world of HTML5.
Collection of pages demonstrating emerging possibilities in HTML5
See the html behind your favorite web pages and then edit them to create your own version. A good tool for learning about HTML and playing around with it.
A web-based html editor that displays the result of your html as you edit it. Also offers a place to publish your page. A good starting editor or tool for your students.
BlueGriffon. A free, open-source WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) HTML editor (similar to Adobe Dreamweaver), available for Windows, Mac and Linux.