Web Monkey

When Aunt Frieda decides its time to join the rest of the cyber world - who does she call? Probably her relative/friend/butcher who is reading this Web site.

When she decides it's time to create a Web site for the local bowls club - its time to hand her over to the professionals - the folks at www.webmonkey.com.

Web Monkey is a set of free online tutorials covering all levels of Web design. You can learn the basics such as HTML and Web graphics, or more advanced technologies such as Flash, JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets.

The tutorials are simple to follow and many are conveniently suited for printing and offline use. They cover just enough to get you started but don't take an eternity to read, making them perfect for learning without getting bogged down in redundant details.

Other topics covered include multimedia, e-commerce, Dynamic HTML and XML.

Web Monkey

http://www.webmonkey.com

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Scott Mendham

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