RESOURCES FOR BUILDING A BROWSER COMPLIANT WEB PAGE
Websites and other resources I used to learn how to build the Sword.
The World Wide Web Consortium
The World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C,
is the place where you want to start if want to build a truly cross web browser compliant website, that is if you want your web site to display
correctly across the wide array of different web browsers available to the public. This is the group that writes the standards for the web.
More precisely, they write the standards for the HTML code. HTML, or mark up, is the computer language used to author a web page. With out
a standard, there would be mass chaos. Each browser would interpret the coding differently, display something different and it would be impossible to
create a functional website.
You really don't need to ivesigate the whole site. Just spend a little time poking around. They provide some tools that will help you along your
way, such as the MARK UP VALIDATOR, a
Cascading Style Sheet validator, a link checker and a link to a
multi-functional validating service. As the resources are linked directly from
the W3C's website they are a good starting point.