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This list is going to grow! There are countless web sites offering help and advice on using Microsoft Office programs. Here you will find some of my favourites. Most sites have their own Links pages so check them out too.
 

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Web Design Links

  • Index DOT Html/Css
    As the author says, this site is "the last technical resource on HTML and CSS you may ever need". It is a comprehensive language reference for HTML and CSS ideal for those who like to tinker with the code behind their web pages.
    http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/
  • useit.com: Jakob Nielsen's Website
    Here web site design and usability guru Jakob Neilsen gives his opinion on what's good and what's not in web design. Known worldwide for his controversial views on web site design, Jakob Nielsen is regarded as the oracle where web usability is concerned.
    http://www.useit.com/
  • Web Pages That Suck
    In his own words: "Where you learn good Web design by looking at bad Web design", Vincent Flanders takes you on a tour of web design horrors. Find out what really doesn't work and why, and what you can do about it.
    http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/
  • Web Page Design for Designers
    The aim of graphic designer Joe Gillespie's is to help people who already have an interest in design explore the possibilities of the electronic medium. It doesn't teach you the technicalities of building web pages. Instead it presents a wealth of examples, ideas and design concepts on all aspects of designing web sites (e.g. typography, graphics and colour, navigation).
    http://www.wpdfd.com/
  • HTML Goodies
    Despite the somewhat cheesy name, this site is an excellent one-stop learning source for everything you need to know about the technical side building web pages (HTML, JavaScript, Java, CSS, ASP etc.) with plenty of articles, tutorials and a monthly newsletter.
    http://www.htmlgoodies.com/
  • JavaScript Source
    This site is an excellent resource for JavaScript code. There are hundreds of useful code snippets in easy cut-and-paste format. The code is arranged in categories so it's easy to find what you need. There is a good on-line JavaScript tutorial too.
    http://javascript.internet.com/
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