Guide to Structured HTML Authoring
This is the index page for the
Guide to Structured HTML Authoring,
a self-contained extensive guide which emphasizes
- logical structuring, aimed at expressing the structure
of a document so that browsers can do their best in
presenting it suitably
- universal accessibility through various browsers,
search engines, and other user agents
- conformance to public specifications such as
HTML 4.0 (Strict version).
- Read an introduction
to HTML authoring.
Strongly recommended even if you think you know what
HTML authoring is about. The introduction also forms
the first phase in reading this material systematically;
just follow the links!
- Read information
about some specific topic in HTML authoring.
Notice that information is in topical hierarchy. For
information about some HTML element (or tag),
you may consult the
HTML 4.0 Reference
- Find an answer to some
specific "how I do..." question you have.
"How do I add music to my page?" or
"How do I refer to Usenet postings in HTML?")
- Get a definition or description for a
term related to HTML authoring.
- Download the entire guide. (You can of course
use the "save on disk" function of your browser if you wish
to get a local copy of just one page
or a few pages
of the material.)
Date of last update: 1998-05-08