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Web Design: Creating a Web Site
These sites feature HTML tutorials to help you create a Web site. Includes a thorough explanation of how a Web page works, plus tips on how to plan your content in advance and how to create an attractive site. There are tutorials geared for younger students as well as ones more appropriate for teachers and older students. Also includes assessment sheets for evaluating student Web sites and warnings about what type of information should NOT be included on student pages. There are links to other eTheme Resources on background images, free image collections, Dreamweaver, and Internet safety.
Read about how Web pages work on this site. Click on "Print" to view the entire document in printable format. NOTE: This site includes banner ads, other types of ads, and sponsored links. NOTE: This site includes links to social networking sites.
This site has a comprehensive guide available in multiple languages that you can view online or download and print out. This is a comprehensive list of HTML code. This site is more appropriate for teachers and upper-grade level students. NOTE: The site includes ads.
These sites have tips and advice on how children and young adults can use the Internet safely. Includes tips on surfing, chat rooms, and how not to give out personal information. There are online games and activities that teach lessons about Internet safety. There are also pledges and certificates that children can sign.
Public domain images and images that may be free for educational use. Most sites are general collections, some focus on the Oregon Trail. Please read all copyright and use information before copying or downloading images.
These sites offer tutorials and tips for creating a web site using Dreamweaver MX. Teachers who have previously created web pages using Netscape Composer can open their existing files in Dreamweaver and resave them. Topics include text editing, image editing, tables, rollovers, style sheets, and more. Learn by watching videos and Flash presentations or reading step-by-step instructions. There are also school page templates available to download for free.