Note: This page is out of date.
Whether you are developing a website for your own business or for a client, you need to understand and apply many new ideas.
This page collects some material you may find helpful.
- Who will design and develop your website?
- Some considerations when choosing a website designer and developer, or deciding to do it yourself.
- Making web pages viewable (and usable) in any browser
- Using CSS (cascading style sheets) to provide browser-independent Web pages, when content and usability are more important than precise layout or "cool" design.
- Older browser versions and a text-only browser for testing purposes
- Sources of just about any browser or version you could want.
- Online beginners’ guides to HTML
- You can design and maintain a website without knowing any HTML, but you’ll get better results and be able to fix problems more easily if you know at least a bit of the basic code.
- Books on web site design, development, usability
- Recommended books.
- Maintaining your website
- Some ideas on maintenance and why you need to do it.
Last updated 24 June 2003