Things That Are Not Covered in This Tutorial

As this is an introduction to basic HTML, there are, by necessity, a number of things which have been left out. Among them are the following. Excellent tutorials in the use of all these items, and many more subjects which are not covered in this tutorial, may be found in various places on the Web:

  • UNIX
  • XML
  • XSL
  • SGML
  • SSI
  • Meta Information
  • File Transfers
  • File Formats
  • Forms
  • Frames
  • Mathematical Entities
  • The Common Gateway Interface (CGI)
  • Server and Client Side Scripting
  • Image Maps
  • Active Content (ActiveX, Java, Cold Fusion, Shockwave, etc.)
  • Plug-Ins
  • Multimedia Files
  • Search Engines & Web Crawlers

As you can see, there is still quite a bit more to learn. I have found that the more I learn, the more I find that there is to learn, and I am reminded of something I read a very long time ago:

Definition of an Expert:
     An expert is a person who studies more and more about less and less until finally they know everything about nothing.