This is the home-page for the PC/Windows version of Earlham's summer HTML Workshop.
- June 18 & 19, 1998. 10:00 am
- June 25 & 26, 1998. 2:00 pm
- PC Lab, Wildman Basement
This workshop presupposes absolutely no knowledge of HTML.
- Please bring along a blank, formatted disk. You'll need it to save your work from Day 1 to use on Day 2 and beyond.
- I've ordered the following paperback for the workshop. It's now available in the bookstore.
- HTML 4 for the World Wide Web by Elizabeth Castro, Peachpit Press, 3d ed., 1998.
- This book is recommended but not required. You'll want a review of basic topics and reference for intermediate and advanced topics. You can find all this on the web. But if you prefer to read reference works and manuals on paper rather than on screen, then I recommend Castro's book.
I've assembled these pages for your use.
- Workshop Information. Enrollments and other vital statistics.
- Sample web page. After one hour, you should be able to make this page.
- Source code #1. HTML code for the sample page as you'd see it through the "view source" command in your browser. Note the white space that makes the code readable.
- Source code #2. HTML code for the sample page with no white space. The browser doesn't know the difference, but which source file would you rather edit?
- Web site of Elizabeth Castro's book. Containing the table of contents, errata, and online (hence cut-and-pasteable) versions of every piece of sample HTML code in the book.
- Related links. Web sites devoted to HTML instruction, reference, tips, and techniques.
Department of Philosophy,
Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana, 47374, U.S.A.
email@example.com. Copyright © 1998, Peter Suber.