The WebDev Resources area is presented as a resource hub to guide you to finding instructional guides, tutorials, and online resources and places where you can gain knowledge about Web designing and Web development. Knowledge about HTML, learning CSS, learning about Web design, understanding Web fonts and typography, getting help with multimedia, finding and using editors, scripts and graphics programs are just a few items helpful to creating Web pages. If you have not developed a Web page, we hope that you will visit Creating Web Pages to get information concerning the initial steps required to build a Web page.
Resource links below provide a list of sites which can be helpful on a variety of topics, some aimed at the beginner, others at the more advanced user. Regardless of your expertise, the software you use to develop your Web pages will evolve, yet a cursory knowledge of HTML is instrumental in developing and maintaining a Web page. There are several advanced HTML editors that provide a user-friendly WYSIWYG or "what you see is what you get" environment for developing Web pages. These links will help to build your knowledge of the web and some of the many applications for which it can be used.
Training resources and online tutorials like the W3C Schools Web site and the WDG-Web Design Group will help considerably with learning Web technology. Also, the University's Center for Teaching and Learning offers courses in Web page development. There are, of course, many books available for both the novice and the advanced Web developer.