CISC 3300 L01
Internet & Web Programming
Dr. Robert K. Moniot
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- File transfer application.
- FileZilla. You need
only the client. Free, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- Source code and image editors.
- Notepad++. Free, available for
for installing Notepad++ and its WebEdit plugin.
- Emacs editor.
Free. Instructions and links for installing
on Windows, Mac, or Linux.
- GIMP image
manipulation program. Free, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- Web servers.
- Online tutorials and references.
- W3schools.com. This is a commercial site
not connected in any way with the W3C, but it has useful
tutorials and references. In particular, it lists the
compatibility of different browsers with various features of
HTML, CSS, etc.
PHP Programming. A friendly and readable online book on PHP.
- Official World-Wide-Web Consortium (W3C) resources.
- HTML5 Standard. This is not the best
place for learning HTML5 but it is a complete reference.
- CSS Working Group standards. Same
HTML Validator. Use this to make sure your HTML is
valid. Note that when checking HTML5, you will always
get at least one warning, “Using experimental
feature: HTML5 Conformance Checker.” This is not
a warning about your code but about the validator, so
there is nothing that you can or should do about it.
- W3C CSS Validator. Use this to check
your CSS or HTML containing CSS. (It does not check CSS
style attribute values.)