If you want to build a
great site, you need a few fundamental tools to do it:
a good HTML editor, a good paint program, both major browsers, an image map
editor, a GIF animator and probably an image cataloger. Our hands-on reviews
show you where you can quickly obtain everything you need to become productive
on a budget.
CGI to your site? These sites allow you to download dozens of pre-cut, pre-tested
programming required. Hey! Why reinvent the wheel?
Need some additional fonts?
These wonderful sites allow you to download hundreds of
free contemporary Windows and Macintosh fonts. Never
run short of fonts again!
Want to keep up with the latest
in web design? Our guide to the best online webmaster ezines and resources
lets you keep your finger on the pulse.
We're not the only kid on the
block! There are many fine graphics libraries on the Net, and we list thousands.
If we don't have what you're looking for, someone else probably does. Find
them right here!
Not all web graphics companies
provide shareware or trialware copies of their products. But most of them
have sites. Find all the mainstream ones here (along with many others who
deserve more exposure!)
Safe Colour Chart
When you design for the web
you really need to use the browser-safe colour palette if you want your site
to look good to all viewers, regardless of their browser or computer platform.
See what the "browser-safe" palette is and grab a free copy right
Netscape's "Named" Colour
Need extra colours? This chart
lists 140 additional "safe enough" browser colours you can use to extend
the basic browser-safe colour palette. As with our safe colour chart,
you can grab a free copy here too.
Don't have a web editor?
Dissatisfied with the one you're using? There are hundreds of HTML editors
out there, so there's probably several that are right for you. Explore
your alternatives here.