Having said that, I'd really recommend you get some kind of Web design package. There are some available through free shareware, but I don't know the best names. While it's possible to do an entire Web site using just HTML--I did it before Web design software came out--it is ridiculously time-consuming without the software. Mary On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 5:45 PM, Jane Castrignano <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Would any of you wonderful fellow librarians out there like to recommend > the best way to learn (self-teach) HTML? Preferably an inexpensive one? > Is something like Dreamweaver the only way to go? I am a complete > beginner. Thanks, > > Jane > > > > > > A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life. > - Henry Ward BEECHER, Social Reformer and Abolitionist. > > > > Jane Castrignano, MLS. > > 914-964-4281 > > The Cochran School of Nursing > <http://www.cochranschoolofnursing.us/library_overview.html> > > > > > -- Mary Spalding, MA, MLIS Program Coordinator Western Maryland Area Health Education Center 600 Memorial Avenue, South Wing Suite 4 Cumberland, MD 21502 301-777-9150, Ext. 116 - voice 301-777-2649 - fax [log in to unmask] ALSO Medical Librarian, Meritus Health 11116 Medical Campus Road Hagerstown, MD 21742 (Phone number and email same as above) “The health of the people is really the foundation upon which all their happiness and all their powers as a state depend.” --Benjamin Disraeli "We are drowning in information, but we are starving for knowledge." J. Naisbett Confidentiality Notice: The information contained in this electronic message is confidential and intended to be for the addressee only; if you are not the intended recipient, please delete the message and contact the sender.