Getting Down with CSS continues where this tutorial leaves by showing you how to add style to your HTML pages.
There are a number of fine places on the web to go to get more information about HTML. The following annotated list contains a few of the better ones:
- HTML for Beginners - Includes Tags for HTML5
- This introduction to HTML5 is written in blog post format and provides a quick and well written introduction to HTML5 including background, essential concepts, and a step-by-step example to get started. A great place to get started with HTML5.
- HTML5 Periodical Table
- This wonderfully handy quick reference provides an
at your finger tipssummary of the HTML5 elements.
- The HTML5 Mega Cheat Sheet
- Another handy quick reference that has all the HTML5 elements. Especially helpful is the description of the HTML5 canvas element attributes.
- HTML5 Beginner's Guide
- This beautifully illustrated intro to HTML5 presents the big picture of what designing a website is all about. It is part of the author's How to Build a Website tutorials, which include guides to WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal in addition to HTML5, as well as a handy HTML Cheat Sheet.
- w3schools has tutorials on a wide range of web mastering topics. The HTML5 Introduction is a good place to start for further study of this topic.
- MDN HTML5 element list
- A concise list of all the HTML5 elements. Part of a collection of MSDN HTML Resources which is in turn part of the more general collecton of resources on core web technnologies provided by the Mozilla Developer Network.
- HTML 5 Reference for Web Designers
- HTML 5 Reference for Web Designers is an advanced reference of HTML 5 for professional web developers.
- Khan Academy - Intro to HTML/CSS: Making webpages
- Khan Academy has interactive, on-line lessons in HTML, CSS, and web design complete with videos all using the latest web standards.
- HTML Dog HTML Tutorials