Web Development Resources


Jem Pagan joined the group after two cycles because he had taken some time off. He works in the University of Maryland System, but is now on loan to the MD Department of Transport.


This section is a bit of catchall for advanced material that you will need if you want to deepen your understanding of web technologies and services.


Logically, you can always find help for developing a website on the Internet. Here are some initial resources to start with:

Another aide for reference are several online resources that have HTML files or help applets that can be installed on your computer so that you don't have to be online to use them. Some require payment.

Myron Rowles works at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Advanced Topics

Microsoft FrontPage

At my daytime job, we are required to use FrontPage to service our websites, uploading files, carrying out normal maintenance and other housekeeping. We can use other applications, like Dreamweaver, but we can't access the server with that application. It's a security issue. I don't recommend anyone who is serious about web design to use FrontPage, but it's widely available so I am including a few links for reference.