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Saturday, February 19, 2005

Dog Blog

Dog Blog” takes a partly humorous approach to presenting html and other web or computer related methods and technology. The blog is part of a web site called htmldog.com that supplies plenty of information and tips for learning CSS and HTML. The blog and site are authored by Patrick Griffiths (alias PTG) who is located in the UK. They are both presented very professionally, with a clean look and easy to read design. I guess it needs to be since his products and services are also being sold via the site. There is plenty of excellent information for anyone to access and utilize that would like to know more about standards compliance and usage of CSS and HTML according to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The guides PTG has put together for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners are easily accessible from both the blog and website. I give 8.5 stars. He makes it a lot simpler to find some good information then digging through all the material that is available at W3C. There is another site I reference a lot called w3schools but that is only a website not a blog and does not contain the added humor you find at Dog Blog.

8.5 stars

Question: What blogs or sites do you know of out here that add to web based technology learning like this one? Feel free to post the additions to your comments.

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