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Creating a Web Page

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Build Interactive Timelines

July 9, 2012 -- Submitted by Nisha, a parent from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

WhenInTime is an online web application that enables its users to create, view, explore and contribute to interactive digital timelines on the topic of their choice. Users can choose from a variety of templates and themes to customize the look and feel of their timeline WhenInTime can be an ideal tool for students and teachers for a collaboration project on historical items. WhenInTime has been used by several students to build some interesting timelines.


Tuesdays Child

January 22, 2007 -- From Chris, a reader, from Los Angeles CA USA, who is affiliated with the site.

We create webpages and birthday webpages for children who are sick, disabled, terminally ill or have life long illnesses. We also makeover children’s websites already on the web. There is no charge for this service however we do offer links to make a donation or become a sponsor to help us with operating costs.

Learn CSS

August 26, 2006 -- From AndreasA, a parent, from Copenhagen, Denmark, who is affiliated with the site.

This CSS Tutorial will get you started with CSS in just a few minutes. It is easy to understand and will teach you all the sophisticated techniques.

Learn HTML

August 26, 2006 -- From AndreasA, a parent, from Copenhagen, Denmark, who is affiliated with the site.

This HTML Tutorial will give you an easy, yet thorough and correct introduction on how to make websites. The tutorial starts from scratch and requires absolutely no prior knowledge of programming.

matmice.com

June 20, 2006 -- From Tay Tay, age 10, from America, who is not affiliated with the site.

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WebGenies: Web Site Design for Kids

May 5, 2006 -- From Jackie, a parent from London, England who is affiliated with the site

This site contains lessons, projects and games to help children learn how to design web sites. Everything is clearly explained from the basics of design, to complex concepts like HTML. A full glossary of terms is included, as well as a teacher/parent guide and advice on safe surfing.

WebGenies: Web Site Design for Kids

July 25, 2001 -- From Jackie, a parent from London, England who is affiliated with the site

This site contains lessons, projects and games to help children learn how to design fun web sites. Everything is clearly explained from the basics of setting out a design, to complex concepts like HTML. A full glossary of terms is included, as well as a teacher/parent guide and advice on safe surfing. Plus you can even contact the site authors for help if you get stuck!

MatMice: Free Homepages For Kids

December 13, 2000 -- From Emily, Sarah, and Elise, teenage readers from Australia who are affiliated with the site

By visiting the website, kids can create their own homepage bychoosing colors, entering text, and adding pictures with theeasy-to-use online homepage builder. Being kids themselves, thethree sisters developed the site from a unique perspective.

KiddoNet

August 17, 2000 -- From Erika, a reader from USA who is not affiliated with the site

A wonderful site for young or new users. It offers email,webpage building, games, arts & crafts etc. My 7 year old startedon this when she was 5. It has safety nets for emails. Checkit out! Mommy approved!

UCS: The Ultimate Computer Source

September 6, 1999 -- From a 14 year old from Philadelphia, PA who is affiliated with the site

UCS is an excellent and comprehensive site about computers. The great thing about it is it’s geared for any and all visitors. With computer history to programming tutorials to fun games and simulations, this site is a fun and valuable resource for anyone.