the all-seeingeye HTML and the Web

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Web Design:

Web Pages That Suck dot Com Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
Protecting Webpages

Protecting images and source code from thieves. (hint: can't be done)

Why Content Management Fails

Adaptive Path

Usability and Design:

Jakob Nielsen at useit.com Edward Tufte
Digital Web Magazine
Content? Or Dis-content?
A Content Requirements Plan (CRP) helps Web designers take a leadership role
 

Design Generally:

Peter Merholz

NPS Brochure Design

 
   

Scripts/Code Sources:

dhtml Central The php Resource Index

Editors:

Bare Bones Software (BBEdit)  

HTML/CSS/XHTML:

BrainJar.com BrainJar.com features technical articles, tutorials and examples of programming for the web. glish.com
CSS Layout Techniques: for Fun and Profit
New York Public Library Style Guide This Style Guide for the Branch Libraries of the New York Public Library explains the markup and design requirements for all Branch Libraries web projects, along with various standards and best practices. Position is Everything I'm Big John, and I built this site to explain some obtuse CSS bugs in modern browsers, provide demo examples of interesting CSS behaviors, and show how to 'make it work' without using tables for layout purposes.
thenoodleincident.com CSS tutorials and links ThreeColumnLayouts The question of finding good 3 column layouts comes up in the mail list from time to time. Here are some that I have found, along with a few notations about what features they include and how they work.
<Code_Punk>'s
Beginning CSS Index
Flexible Layouts with CSS Positioning
by Dug Falby
CSS Rollover Navigation Example