- I don't think I've coded in HTML since middle/high school (my web design career was killed by a well timed cease and desist letter from J.K. Rowling's lawyers...no really, it was). That being said, this was a nice little tutorial - tough to read from beginning to end in one sitting (lots of info) but super clear and well written.
- I'm probably more likely to actually refer back to this than I am the whole tutorial. Clear, simple, concise.
- I don't really have any experience with css, although I've seen it as an option on a number of websites that I've done mini designs for. This is one that I really have to go back and read more about this - as good as the html tutorial was, I think the css isn't quite as clear, probably because it's a bit more complicated.
- Basically this article looks at the challenges of creating/working with a CMS (content management system). It is actually fairly interesting to see the problems that were faced not only creating the system, but then migrating course guides to a different system (in this case from a non-uniform mishmash of front page created guides to a universal style sheet).
- Telnet: I know sort of what it is, I've even used it in the past, but I don't really understand how one works...Is it just two computers talking to eachother without really sending data, or do they send data, just in a slower/less secure manner?