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Welcome to the all new JavaScript Links page! The links are divided into a number of categories. The numbers in parentheses are the number of links within each category. We'll be adding many more links soon.

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BrowserWatch *****
BrowserWatch has the latest news about new browsers and plug-ins. Although it's now part of, BrowserWatch is one of the oldest and still one of the most useful sites for Web developers.
2680 hits; added May 12, 2012 ***** has information and articles about Web technologies ranging from Java to Plug-ins.
2991 hits; added May 08, 2012
HTML 4.01 Specification ****
The official W3C specification for HTML 4.01.
1476 hits; added May 02, 2012
HTML Validation Service ****
The W3C's HTML Validation Service is a Web-based HTML validator. Just enter your URL, and it will be immediately checked for HTML compliance.
1884 hits; added May 14, 2012
HTMLcenter ****
HTMLcenter has reviews, news, and tutorials about HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other Web technologies.
4532 hits; added May 12, 2012
Web Design Group ****
The Web Design Group has several useful references about HTML and CSS.
2351 hits; added May 02, 2012
WDG HTML Validator ***
Another Web-based HTML validation service.
1719 hits; added May 08, 2012

Many of the links in this list have a rating, from one to five stars (). These ratings are chosen by the staff of The JavaScript Workshop and are just our opinion.

If a site has no stars, it doesn't mean it's bad - it simply means we haven't rated it yet. If a site has any stars at all, it means we think it has value - one-star sites just aren't as exciting or as useful as five-star ones. If we were going to rate a site as poor or without value, we would not include it at all.

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