Here are some other DHTML related sites I find useful. If you're looking for a good reference, tutorial, or example, try these...
Development News & Blogs
- The Daily Report
- Much-needed standards-based advocacy from Zeldman, with many interesting links.
- A List Apart
- Magazine for people who make websites.
- A community of website designers, who have written many interesting articles.
- Simon Incutio
- An interesting blog on all things Web-related.
- Dave Shea's weblog; the creator of the CSS Zen Garden.
Reference / Tutorial Sites
- REALLY comprehensive set of references on CSS/XHTML/DOM/etc. Bookmark this one.
- QuirksMode (PPK's Site)
- From the standards organisation, a series of free tutorials on almost all common web technologies.
- 13th Parallel
- Some excellent articles and standards-based code. A shame hasn't been updated recently.
- A nice site, with a fair amount of IE-only code, but it has some neat techniques.
- Web Monkey
- If you can stand the look, it's another good reference site, with some good JS info, and Thau's JS Tutorial is quite a good language tutorial.
- An excellent community site, with many scripts and articles.
- Dynamic Duo
- Good reference for DHTML in NS4 and IE4, but not updated for W3C DOM scripting. The original home of the DynAPI project.
The Horses' Mouths
- MSDN Library
- Microsoft's spin on DHTML, CSS and JS, well worth a browse. Look under 'Web Development' > 'Web Page Development', as well as 'Scripting'... this site is packed with information.
- Netscape DevEdge
- The Mozilla Project: Web Developers
- Much info on DOM-related issues, some good parts are the JS 1.5 Reference and the DOM Reference, an excellent introduction to DOM development.
- Opera Specifications
- Features supported by the Opera browser.
Not just free servers -- those don't count anymore, anyone can get a Tripod or Geocities account. These have to be ad-free -- no popups or banner ads. Try...
- a very fast New Zealand server. 10 megs, unlimited bandwidth, subdomains (yourname.orcon.net.nz), they're the old host of this site. Check them out!
- Portland Communications
- based in the UK, subdomains (yourname.port5.com), 10 megs, limited bandwidth, CGI including PHP.
- Up to 100 megs (supposedly), www.freewebs.com/yourname, extra features you can buy.
- in French, so if you speak the lingo, you might be interested.
- These guys have recently gone ad-free for "certain categories of web sites", according to their front page, and they offer yourname.web1000.com.
Send Me More!
I'm always looking for useful web development resources to link. So please empty your bookmark folder in my general direction!