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Table Tutor - Lesson 17 (last one!)

Well folks, that's it!

For this tutorial that is. You have learned all the major table tags. There are a few more, but nearly all of what you'll need to do can be done with these tags.

Be sure to check out Form Tutor and Frames Tutor!

Graduate

Practice, practice, practice.Practice Lessons...Now that you've completed this section, you should really get some practice putting some of this stuff to work.

Here are some excellent materials that you may want to have a look at:

Table Tutor, Form Tutor and Frames Tutor
When you're past the basics and are ready to add a few high octane components to your web page, these three tutorials will take you step by step through the tags.
 
CSS Tutor
A basic primer on Cascading Style Sheets. If you're new to CSS, this may be a good place to start.
 
HTML 4.0 Reference
An excellent reference covering all of the tags and attributes in the HTML 4.0 specification. A very complete and useful guide.
 
irt.org
Internet Related Technologies - An excellent site full of FAQs and articles on a variety of web authoring topics.
 
World Wide Web Consortium
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) both develops and promotes standard technologies for the Web. Here you find various specifications for HTML, CSS, etc.
 
If you need stuff for your pages...
Like backgrounds, bullets, images, sounds, JavaScript or whatever, come by our Web Page Resources section. Help yourself to armloads of stuff!
 
Got a question?
"How do I fit a thigamajig around a whatchamacallit and put in one of those doohickeys?" Almost without exception your question has already been asked... and already been answered. Look here for FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) from this tutorial, and links to other excellent HTML FAQ lists.

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