||ZDNet's DevHead is an amazing amalgam of things connected with web
development and impossible to describe in a few sentences - but well worth
visiting at least once (and, if it grabs you, more often). It covers coding,
design and back-end issues and has many useful giveaways as well.
| This ezine is part of Internet.com's huge collection of sites and
offers considerable depth and (frequently) compelling content. This site
|One of the most comprehensive one-stop link sites for information
about virtually anything to do with web page development, tools and resources.
This is a very, very popular site (and deservedly so!)
||WebBusiness focuses on the ecommerce end of the Net, and is part
of the CIO site. Its essential focus is on corporate issues and it may
only be suitable if you're a dyed-in-the-wool suit yourself. Nonetheless,
it often has interesting and useful articles.
||The foundation ezine upon which nearly all others are based, this
excellent publication was taken over by new owners and completely relaunched
in 1997. Web Review provides excellent coverage of business, technology,
design and programming issues.
||Perhaps the best "nuts and bolts" site for heavy-duty web programming,
Developer.Com focuses on technical issues associated with things like Java,
into web programming and the technical back end of the Net, this is probably
an essential bookmark.
||C/Net's Builder.Com is a marvellous resource for web builders. C/Net
make use of their extensive news resources to present a very wide-ranging
and up-to-date collection of articles on contemporary web-building topics,
along with many useful giveaways.
||Jakob Nielsen is an acknowledged world expert on user interface design,
and many of his essays have become instant classics. Graphic artists and
designers may hate the look of this site, but we think it's well worth a
visit at any time for its wide collection of intelligent and thought-provoking