Using models is an easy way to start. Remember, your computer already
has ways to save copies of most any
image or source text you encounter (Via your File or View menu).
Usually, instead of copying source pages, you should just capture
their Internet addresses, URLs,
to your software's Bookmarks or Favorites list.
Then you can always reconnect instead of having to find
a copy on your drive.
A generic personal page.
An individual's page.
A consultant's simple business page.
An organization's page (Labor Beat).
A newspaper (Chicago Tribune. Slow loading, because highly graphical).
Some images. BG.
An HTML language manual. Practical. at U. of IL.
An HTML language manual. Bigger. at U. of IL.
The official HTML 4.0 specifications manual. Complete. 4.0 adds style sheets via 'HTML plus Cascaded Style Sheets.' 4.0 supports previous HTML specs, but now deprecates FONT and some other elements and attributes.
HTML-with-CSS resources (soon). Examples?.. soon.