A simple but effective way to develop and edit a basic web page is
Actually any of the later Netscape browsers (such as 4.8 or 7.1) are also handy and freely available for creating basic web pages.
One alternative is to visit this simple
Here are two other simple examples of starter web pages.
This is a lovely freeware graphics tool, written by Irfan Skiljan as a student in Vienna, Austria.
A free text editor, an alternative to Notepad
Another free text editor, an alternative to Notepad
If you live off campus, you may want to use FTP (file transfer protocol) software to transfer files to your web site. Examples of FTP software which is free at least for academic users include:
Backgrounds and Clip Art
HTML and Web Instructional Resources
Eventually you will want to (or need to) look at the HTML code which
underlies what you see displayed graphically. If you are editing the html
file in Netscape 3.04 Navigator Gold, select menu
View | Edit Document Source
In case you are asked to specify the editor, on a PC this should be Notepad, EditPad Lite, or NoteTab Light
Composing Good HTML
Essential Links to HTML resources
How Do They Do That With HTML?
HTML for the Rest of Us
HTML Made Really Easy
HTML Reference Library
Jeff Walters HTML Tutorials
McJeff's HTML 101
NCSA Beginner's Guide to HTML