Basic Internet Guides
The name says it all on this website. Free information about browsers,
e-books, e-mail programs, newsgroups, search engines, making money,
avoiding scams, creating and promoting web sites. Simple tips for a better
web surfing experience. Just about everything you could want to know and
plenty of great links to other sites.
The nice people at FuzzyLu MultiMedia say that their site is designed to
be a fun and safe place for people who want to know a little bit about the
internet and the World Wide Web without having to feel stupid or silly.
They don't claim too much - just that this site won't make you an expert
but hopefully it will get you off to a good start. Fun design, good
material, superb basics.
A beginner's guide to computer and internet help. Wiredguide is a computer
help and internet help site. It provides links to the most common
computing interests from chat to shareware. They've searched the internet
for you and have provided you with links to other web sites that have
easy to understand instruction and help to get you surfing with comfort
From the good old BBC, Net Basics is here to help you take your first
steps to understanding and using the internet. In Britain, the state-owned
media giant has done a lot to make the Web accessible to millions. Good
for you Beeb.
This set of Internet Development Guides is designed for Australian
cultural workers. But the guides are good for anyone, anywhere. There are
ten guides. Discover why you should use the Internet, how you might use
it, how the Internet works, the future of the Internet, HTML, browsers and
URLs, email, file transfer protocol, news groups, discussion and
distribution lists and how to develop an Internet presence.
The htmlgoodies site offers you free html tutorials from industry expert
Dr. Joe Burns. Featuring extensive tutorials on tags, programming, basics,
script, frames and more. Their weekly newsletter provides the latest html
information and is also free.
to make a website
From a dotcom named "all about your own website" comes a
complete overview of creating websites alternatives from their design and
development to hosting, marketing and management. A good starter.
This software consultancy offers a series of free, self-paced web
standards training courses for Internet users who want to understand HTML,
XHTML or CSS.
A comprehensive Internet information site to make high quality information
about the Internet available to as many people around the world as
possible This site is currently in use by schools, colleges and
universities, libraries, training companies, and consultants around the
world to teach people about the Internet. The site is updated weekly, with
much of the new information coming from visitors to the site.
This site is the European Commission's Internet resource for legal,
policy, research, development, trends, and more in e-commerce in Europe.
The European Commission's electronic commerce unit provides an up-to-date
comprehensive e-commerce information source plus interactive resources so
you can communicate with them and with others involved in e-commerce.
Find out everything you've ever wondered about Web servers
in this comprehensive tutorial that discusses everything from how a Web
Server serves content to how to choose a server. Definitely not so basic,
but this is great stuff once you know a little bit.
More General Training
This site - Freeskills.com - currently hosts over 200 full online training
courses - Over 35,000 pages of professionally developed, high quality
content pages. A mixture of general computing and Internet training
packages. All of this training material can be viewed free online. No user
registration is required to enter this site. Great value.
A site with a variety of free computer advice, help, tutorials, and
reviews. Help2Go offers free computer advice. Easy to understand, but
written by experts in the field. Their Internet guides teach you to be an
online pro. And their buyer's guides help you choose the right computer
product to buy.
Learn2.com's online courses are subscription-based, multi-media tutorials
that are served over the web straight to your desktop. Once you choose and
subscribe to a course, you'll have unlimited access to it from any
computer with Internet access. In effect, you'll be able to update your
skills on your own terms and at your own pace. A mix of courses - plenty
of Internet and computer training and great presentation.
Free training and tutorials are always good news and Computer Training
2000 provides free online support for Windows, Internet Explorer, and most
of the Office tools, along with tutorials for Word, PowerPoint and
Microsnap, based in Florida, is one of the leaders in providing Microsoft
authorised and approved training. Offers a complete
and comprehensive source of certification Cisco, MCSE and Microsoft
certification and training.