This page was inspired by QuickQuestions. It's a work in progress... Still need to comment on appropriateness of the resources, staying away from <font> tag, etc...
HTML is HyperTextMarkupLanguage, the language Web pages are written in. CSS is CascadingStyleSheets, which are used to control the appearance of Web pages.
HTML & CSS online tutorials (arranged from more simple to more advanced, approximately)
Are use of frames important?
Inline frames (IFRAME) has raised attention recently (end 2004) due to security risks. It probably also mean that there are significant use of this feature (MS version) across many sites.
Resources for IFRAME
Questions and AnswersQ: In an HTML page's <a href="..."> tag, can you refer to a file in a different directory, or does HTML expect all files to reside in one directory?
A: On one's own WebSite, one can use the link creation syntax to point at any page, absolute or relative.
<a href="ThisIsInTheSameDirectory.html">This is in the same directory.</a>
<a href="../UpOneLevel.html">This is in the directory above.</a>
<a href="some_subdirectory/page_of_interest.html">This is in the directory below.</a>
<a href="../AnotherDirectory/ADifferentPage.html">This is in a sibling directory.</a>
<a href="/index.html">This is in the top-level directory</a>
<a href="/2005/another_page.html">This is in a subdirectory directly below the top-level directory</a>
<a href="http://c2.com">This is somewhere entirely different.</a>