Free Web-based Learning


  • Cookie Central

    We are dedicated to provide full information upon Internet Cookies. A "cookie" is a small piece of information sent by a web server to store on a web browser so it can later be read back from that browser. This is useful for having the browser remember some specific information. This site contains educational information on cookies: what they are, what do they do, etc.

  • W3 Schools

    Completely Free Web Building Tutorials !! Inside W3Schools you will find a large number of free Web building tutorials, from basic HTML and XHTML tutorials, to advanced XML, XSL and WAP tutorials.

  • Microsoft's Training Library

    Get ready to learn! The Insider Learning Library features a rotating series of free* interactive courses on the most popular Microsoft programs and technologies.

  • Java Training & Tutorials

    Compliments of Sun Microsystems, the source of Java Technology is a website containing a comprehensive list of Java Tutorials for seasoned and wannabe Java programmers.

  • Free Skills

    Our training manuals are offered to beginners and experts alike, our courses range from introductions to Microsoft Word through NT system admin to SQL Server programming.

  • JavaWorld

    Portal for Java technology: books, tips, careers, related Java links. Find it all here if it's information on Java that you are looking for.

  • Learn2: Online Courses

    Whether you want to improve your own skills or provide comprehensive employee training, Learn2.com provides the solution. For a fraction of the traditional costs, we will help you choose the right mix of content, technology and service to help you meet the needs of your corporate, government or educational organization.

  • Web Developer's Virtual Library

    A comprehensive illustrated encyclopedia of web technology, The WDVL is a well-organized goldmine of tutorials, examples, and links to great resources. It's for webmasters, web designers and Internet developers who are creating web sites with HTML, CGI, Java, JavaScript, DHTML, CSS, graphics, VRML, multimedia, animation, scripting. etc. The WDVL is one of the oldest web developer web sites, founded in December 1994 by Alan Richmond. The material is unbiased, vendor-neutral and standards-based. The site has won several major awards. The content is painstakingly written and cross-linked to create a unique Webmaster's Illustrated Encyclopedia.

  • Wade's HTML Tutorial

    HTML Tutorial and other related pages. The main HTML reference contains explanations and examples of preliminaries, document structure, text handling, special characters, lists, images, links, mailto links, and imagemaps. The HTML Jumpstart is an abbreviated introduction, covering the most frequently used features of HTML. And lots more.....

  • Web Development Portal

    Internet.com's web development channel featuring a wide range of web-authoring technologies: java, javascript, flash.

  • The Bare Bones Guide to HTML

    You are welcome to redistribute the Bare Bones Guide to HTML for any noncommercial or educational purpose, or to put a link to the Guide on your own page, but please do not modify it in any way or place the files on your own server without permission. If you wish to include the Guide in a commercial project such as a book, please contact the author.

  • HTML Guide from the "About Network"

    Basics of HTML, frames, forms, CGI scripts, Java, and lots more.

  • Promoting Your Page: From The About Network.

    Getting hits is all about promotion, and promoting your pages means submitting them to search engines, adding your URLs to directories, and putting up banner ads.

  • Index Dot HTML

    Miscellaneous HTML and browser topics; history of HTML and Internet Browsers.

  • Web Tutorials from "EarthWeb"

    A series of webmastery topics for beginner, intermediate and advanced web authors.

  • Netscape's HTML Tag Reference

    This book lists all the HTML tags and attributes supported in Netscape Navigator 4.0 and earlier. This book was posted on 11/19/97. This tag reference replaces the previous HTML Reference Guide.

  • "Web Building" by Netscape

    Netscape's center for web development. Contains a list of tutorials in web authoring tools as well as other useful resources.

  • More "Web Building" by Netscape

    Netscape's center for web development. Contains a list of tutorials in web authoring tools as well as other useful resources.

  • Netscape Web Building Tutorials

    Tutorials in Javascript, Cookies, Perl, HTML, XML, DHTML, PHP, CGI, Databases...and more.

  • Formula Graphics

    An introduction to Formula Graphics by Jeremiah Tilley with easy to understand explanations and lots of samples. No Java programming required! At last, you can create multimedia for the internet without the wait.

  • A Beginner's Guide to JavaScript

    Javascript can be thought of as an extension to HTML which allows authors to incorporate some functionality in their web pages. So now, whenever the user presses the SUBMIT button, you don't necessarily have to invoke a cgi script to do the processing. If it is something simple, you can do the processing locally using Javascript and give back the results. Javascript can also be used in a number of ways to spice up your page.

  • Web Site Abstraction

    Web Site Abstraction provides a series of web-authoring tools ranging from basics in HTML, javascript, FrontPage, to intermediate and advanced tutorials for seasoned webmasters.

  • Javascript Passwords: From internet.com

    These scripts all deal with JavaScript Password Protection scripts. They are an elementary attempt to protect a site and should NOT be used to protect Top Secret information. They just keep the amateurs out. Pros can infiltrate such sites with these forms of protection. But, for free, they do a good job.

  • The Developers Network

    DevelopersNetwork.com has built a community of Web sites filled with resources for Internet professionals. We have three channels: Business, Resources, and Products, filled with news, information, free stuff, tutorials and guides.

  • Introduction to Jave: Codebrain

    Setting up JAVA applets, though perhaps daunting the first time you do it, is really quite simple. Today we're going to walk you through the basics; and believe it or not, you can get all this sorted out in under ten minutes.

  • Scream Design

    Some of the best images available on the Web are right here. Thousands of cool buttons, bars, backgrounds, animations, and textures have been created and assembled in this one spot. You can find everything you need to build a site that rocks! And it's FREE!

  • Dr. Clue

    Free tutorials in HTML, DTHML, CGI, Javascript, CSS and more....

  • Netscape Web Page Templates

    The following web page templates are a starting point to allow you to create your own web pages using Netscape Composer or Netscape Navigator Gold.

  • Complete Internet Guide & Web Tutorial

    From the basics of browsing the World Wide Web to the details of banking online, the Microsoft® Product Insider Internet Guide delivers the knowledge you need to venture onto the Internet, explore its vast offerings, and make it work for you.

  • Pixel Pen Web Publishing Guide

    This chapter describes the basics of web page files -- what they're made of and how they interact. If this is your first exposure to writing web pages, you definitely need to read this chapter.