HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the language of the web. It allows you to create web pages and place anything you like on them (well, almost anything!).
This section of Quackit provides a list of articles and tutorials to assist with your HTML coding.
Walks through the basics, such as creating your first web page. Then covers topics including tables, adding color, images, forms, image maps, and more.
Free, responsive templates that automatically adjust their layout according to the screen size.
Extensive list of copy/paste code examples. Copy and paste straight into your website, blog, or newsletter.
Full list of all HTML elements.
This is an alphabetical list of HTML elements, linking to a full page of details for each element.
Use this online HTML editor to create HTML snippets or a whole web page.
Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.
Create a Website
Explains the basic concepts behind creating a website. From hosting, domain names, to building it.
HTML Table Tutorial
Learn to create tables in HTML with this 5 minute table tutorial. Includes table borders and alternating row colors.
Includes a color picker, and a hex color chart with the equivalent color names and RGB values.
Use this HTML cheat sheet to quickly create HTML tables, forms, fonts, color, image maps, hyperlinks and more.
Quick-reference to many common tasks. For example, help with tables, help with image maps, etc.
HTML4 has been superseded by HTML5 but I've kept this link here just in case anyone needs it.
Note that this list now has the same elements that can be seen at HTML Tags.
More Online Editors
I've also set up a dedicated website with the CK editor over at HtmlEditor.Online.
Run and preview your code online. Includes full-screen preview.