Hi there. I've been on this site for four months trying to fill it with all the information possible referred to the HTML standard. The information was mainly obtained from the World Wide Web Consortium recommendations, organization that actually sets the standards for HTML, CSS, XHTML and many more.
I've adapted all this information to a more basic language given that the W3C recommendations are written in a high level language more difficult to understand. Besides, in many cases the specifications are defined to be applied in several non HTML standards (e.g. Cascading Style Sheets).
As a result, you'll get a site simple and easy to understand (with tutorials, examples and references) that covers all the characteristics of the language.
The general idea is that people should learn to write HTML code according to the latest standards recommended by the W3C, designed to reach everyone. To achieve this we always recommend to fit the standards and use those forgotten attributes (not deprecated) that may not represent visual features but make a lot of sense for people with disabilities, poor technologies, or even for search engines.
As you may have seen, I display at the bottom of every page the images of "Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict" and "Valid CSS", which means that I took care to write the code carefully to fit the standards. Clicking this images will take you to the W3C validator, which makes an analysis and states if the code is really correct.
I also show the image of "Level Triple-A Conformance, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0", which means I went further and tried to make a web more accessible for everybody.
I hope you find this information useful and learn from it.
Whithout you, all this work would be useless. Thank you for being there...Diego Ponce de León
Diseño y desarrollo: Latitud29.com