The 1998 ThinkQuest project from team 24264
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Welcome to the Webpage Workshop, the 1998 ThinkQuest project
from team 24264! The Webpage Workshop is a place where you can
learn HTML, get good at it, and place yourself on the World Wide
Web! Don't worry if you are not familiar with computers or the
Web yet, you'll learn in no time. So, when you're ready, you can
pick one of the options below! Remember, these links open up in a
new window for your convenience, so close the new window when
you're finished to return to this page.
Here is a short summary of what you'll find (and learn!) at this site. Click here to skip to the link buttons.
|Web Background Info- The World Wide Web
(WWW): some history, how it works, and some of the modern
implications of the Web.
||Glossary - Learning about the Web
sometimes requires a large vocabulary. New words are
usually italicized. Look them up here!
||Web resources - A comprehensive listing of
useful WWW sites
|HTML Walkthrough - A complete,
conversational tutorial for HTML, the markup language that
makes webpages work. No computer skills are
||The Online Webpage Generator - A webpage
creator similar to Microsoft FrontPage that will help you
write clean source code and see how common effects are
||Instructions for using the Webpage
|Browse user webpages - Pages created with
the Online Webpage Generator and edited by users like
||HTML Practice grounds- Practice your
newly-learned tags here!
||HTML tag reference - A complete list of
all the tags you'll need, their context, and
|Project acknowledgements - References and
people who made this project possible.
||Interact and Contribute: Please add to the
site through the use of these interactive features.
||Additional HTML tutorials - There are
other excellent sources of information about the Web on the
Web. Here's where to find them!