Wikis, Blogs, RSS, Web Design and more...

Wikis

A Wiki - is a website that allows multiple users to create, modify and organize web page content in a collaborative manner.

Learn more from About.com - Ten Things You Can Do With a Wiki and Create Your Own Wiki With Wikispaces or go to www.wikispaces.com to get started.

Blogs

Short for web log, a blog is a diary, journal or newsletter frequently updated, and made available to a select list or to the public and generally representing the personality of the author of the Web site. 

How Blogs Work - This article from the website HowStuffWorks gives you all the information you need to get started in blogging, including links to the top free blog sites.


 
 

RSS

RSS- really simple syndication, or rich site summary - allows you to subscribe to the latest content from news, blog sites or podcasts you specify. You save time by not needing to visit each site individually. Read more at Wikipedia:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/rss_(file_format)

To set up RSS, you can use an “RSS feeder: or “news aggregator.” The Firefox browser and the new Internet Explorer 7 have these readers built in. But perhaps the easiest would be to set up a “My Yahoo” page. Read about it at http://my.yahoo.com/s/about/rss/index.html.

 Building Web Pages

Web Building Tutorials - Put together by the World Wide Web Consortium, this site has tutorials in HTML as well as XML, CSS, SQL and more.

Introduction to Web Design - A collection of tutorials designed for the beginning website creator.

Using Dreamweaver -This makes it easy to get started in Dreamweaver.

 Streaming Video

Explains the basics about video and how to add it to your website. How to create streaming video.
 
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