Homepage Info

Where to find a homepage spot - learn html and all kinds of other things you need you need to know!

It will help you if you will browse all the way to the end of the page to see what's here before you start clicking away <g>

 If you find any broken links please let me know (copy the broken item and past it in an e-mail - please remember to give me the page heading above so I can find it on this page to fix.). Thanks Linda

It works best to open these links in a new window. That way you can get back here easily.

 

Chain with COOL LINKS in Middle


WHOPEE!! UNLIMITED FREE WEB SPACE FOR YOUR GENEALOGY HOMEPAGE! Rootsweb is dedicated to Free Genealogy Information on the web. To continue to offer information for free they do have ads on their site but not the pop-ups and mess that's found at some "free sites". You have to have a genealogy site to get free unlimited space. Check out what the rules are. http://accounts.rootsweb.com/

LOOKING FOR A FREE SPOT FOR A HOMEPAGE? Other than GeoCities and it's pop up ads? Try here. http://www.genweb.net/ or try here: http://www.maxpages.com/ They say 100 meg free! http://www.netcolony.com/ Someone suggested that I add these I know nothing about them so check them out; http://www.desktop-publishers.com/articles/free-isp-article-11.htm and http://www.all-ez.com/freeisp.htm

SPEAKING OF HOME PAGES - NEED TO LEARN HOW TO BUILD ONE? One of the better spots to learn all about HTML http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimerAll.html and try this one also for beginners - Page Tutor - http://www.pagetutor.com/pagetutor/makapage/
then when you get a little more knowledgeable go here
http://www.htmlgoodies.com/
A complete list of tags - how to use them what they do etc.
http://www.willcam.com/cmat/html/crossref.html
and another "tag" instruction site:
http://www.webdeveloper.com/categories/html/html_metatags.html
and how tags help search engines
http://www.searchenginewatch.com/webmasters/meta.html

LISA EXPLAINS: Super site for kids wanting to learn html, java, or other web page stuff (I'm not a kid but this site works for me <g>) http://www.lissaexplains.com/

HTML TUTORIALS: This one rates a spot all it's own. One of the best sets of lessons on HTML I have found. Easy to read, easy to use and has a ton of great tips. If you are just starting or you have decided it's time to update your knowledge this is the place to go. They also offer a newsletter that keeps you on your toes <g> http://www.imswebtips.com/

FINALLY HTML LESSONS THAT MAKE SENSE: See What W3School has to offer. http://www.w3schools.com/

REALLY SERIOUS ABOUT BUILDING WEB PAGES? Here's a spot that offers on-line classes in authoring HTML. Not free by any means but you can look over the free places to see if you want to spend your money. http://www.hwg.org/

TRIPLE LAYER WEB PAGE - How to - http://www.victorianas.com/fisher/triple.html - and here's an example and instructions http://www.dottysdiner.com/graphics/tripleborderlayout.html

BIG NOSE BIRD: Strange name but lots of good tips and also a good search engine http://bignosebird.com/gentech.shtml

NEED A COLOR?: When you need to know the code for a color here's the spot to find it. http://www.passco.com/colours.htm. The Online Color Schemer; You pick a color, it offers up 16 others that complement it.
http://www.colorschemer.com/online.html. The Colormaker: Lets you goof around with different background and text color combinations.
http://www.bagism.com/colormaker/index.html. The Color Coordinator: Lets you pick up to four complementary colors at once based on eight types of schemes like split complementary and monochromatic. http://www.colorcoordinator.com/colorCoordinator.php. The Color Specifier: If you feel tied down by the Web-safe colors, sample the many exotic color options
on this site.
http://users.rcn.com/giant.interport/COLOR/1ColorSpecifier.html And finally, here's a Page of Links for sites pertaining to colors http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/state/logo.html

In working with colors we need to remember our vision impaired visitors - especially if we build Genealogy Pages - http://www.internettg.org/newsletter/mar99/color_challenged_table.html

 

 Dividing Line

Return to Great Links Index

HOME

Linda Haas Davenport
Terms of Usage