HTML, the HyperText Markup Language, is the standard markup language for pages on the World Wide Web.

This type of coding is used to create paragraphs, add backgrounds, change text color and size, tables, lists, clickable links, and images.
Commercial sites that offer web site design or development services should be submitted to the proper subcategory of
Computers/Internet/Web_Design_and_Development/Designers.
If there is an alphabar, please choose the correct lettered category for quicker review time.
Includes chats, forums, newsgroups, and private message boards that address HTML topics and problems in using HTML coding.
Submit chats and forums that address HTML topics and problems.These should feature places with a friendly and helpful atmosphere.
This category is dedicated to links to HTML reference sites. If you need to get information on a specific HTML tag you should find these reference guides useful.
Please submit only sites listing HTML tags with brief descriptions/definitions here (cheat sheets). Any sites with more detailed HTML tag definitions, including examples or additional information should be submitted to Computers/Data_Formats/Markup_Languages/HTML/Reference
HTML Reference and Resources. These sites provide history and in-depth reference to the HyperText Markup Language.
Submit only sites that contain in depth reference on HTML.
Commercial sites that offer web site design or development services should be submitted to the proper subcategory of

Web Design and Development/ Designers.
HTML tools are in this category are tools that help people use HTML more efficiently and correctly such as HTML testers.
Please, submit sites that help the user to use HTML more efficiently and correctly, such as testers and validators.

Basic editors or WYSIWYG editors have their own category. Please submit them to http://dmoz.org/Computers/Software/Internet/Authoring/HTML/WYSIWYG_Editors/