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The PageSmith's Playhouse

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There are a number of links in this page to web sites where you can get more information or insight about building web pages and web sites.


Computer Geeks -- Click above
This area has been set up to help those who are interested in learning more about being or becoming a webmaster.   It is for beginners to intermediate level folks who want to accomplish their goals without having get an advanced degree in Computer Science.

We will usually keep the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) method strickly enforced.   It is obvious that our context and content of this page is aimed at getting folks up live with a page or two, and not "WOWing the Web World" with their prowise.

The various resourse sites available off the following list will yield an impressive amount of imformation to guide you along the way.

If you would like to formally join the group, please e-mail Pride UnLimited for more information and consideration.

Hexadecimal values for the basic 256 Colors

ISO Latin 1 Character Entities in HTML

Extensions to HTML 3.0

Download RealAudio 5.0 or RealPlayer G2 FREE ! ! !

Browse FlashNet's FAQ site.

Here is an "online" HTML Primer furnished by the Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction at the Maricopa Community College.

Get some help with your Perl/CGI Scripts at Matt's Script Archive (over 100,000 downloads)

If you think it's time get your own URL to develop, then Pride UnLimited would like to help you.   We are as good as the best, and better than the rest when it comes to service, price, and performance.

Features which give the Web surfer something they want or need, like Local Weather conditions will give folks a reason to bookmark your site.

MSDN Microsoft's Developer's Network offers up-to-date information about the latest in Web trends.

PCMCIA (People Can't Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms) ! ! !   Here is some "extra credit" work.   Pride UnLimited has compiled some serious (and not so serious) meanings to many of those plaquards which so often look like a Dutch road sign (you would have to visit Amsterdam to appreciate that last analogy).


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