Originally posted by Ben R.
(No getting into the scripting, that's what killed the bible)
That should be rephrased....
But, Jona, I like that idea. So that we don't have to overwhelm at first, but we can still help out properly those who wish to know. I just noticed that Ben, erm "forgot" to add a section about frames, until he talks about SSI.
I think, then, that we have a great plan of action for tackling this. This is, of course, open to anyone who wishes to write on these topics. But this really goes in depth into the art of web design, and I think by the fact that it covers so much, will be of a much greater help to readers. The outline thus far covers many common questions, and I think will leave the reader in a lot better state to create websites. Normally it's just "There, you've learned the HTML basics, now out you go!" But by guiding, and especially the sections on using CSS to create layouts, which confuses many beginners to CSS, and by getting it right the first time, this will definately turn out well.