Searching and Finding InformationDespite the technology, it is often not easy to find things. Different tools may give wildly different results. If one fails, try another.
- Google web search [Advanced Search lets you pick languages, dates, ....]
- New York Times Navigator has a splendid list of search tools (free, but registration may be required).
Making Your Own WWW Documents
- Basic documents, such as this page, are not difficult to make. The first reference below is basic and easy. Plenty to get started.
- A simple example and A more involved example.
[On your browser, use "View/Document Source" to see how these were written.]
- A Beginner's Guide to HTML
- From Dave Raggett: Beginner's Guide Advanced Guide Style Sheets
- A Barebone Guide to HTML (a list of all the tags)
- HTML Forms
- Useful links
- Yale C/AIM WWW Style Manual
- HyperText Mark-up Language The primary authority on HTML and XML
- WWW FAQs Answers to Frequently Asked Questions. Look here before asking standard questions.
Documents and References
- HTML References
- John December has assembled an large collection of hypertext references to computer network resource in his Internet Tools Summary. Since this document just briefly describes and then links elsewhere, one must to a fair amount of exploring to use it effectively.
- USENET FAQs Here you find many netnews articles with answers to Frequently Asked Questions (=FAQ). Most of them are of interest only to specialists.
- Dejanews USNET discussion search (now part of Google)
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