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Anyone know a good site for HTML & CSS cross-reference?

 
Adam Hardy
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Hi guys & girls,
I was using until recently an excellent site called coolnerds.com where they had a huge table for all HTML tags, another for CSS, and another for Javascript, containing info on which versions of Netscape or IE or W3C it worked with, and also links to the NS / IE / W3C websites where the syntax was described.
Sadly the website has been taken down and I'm having problems finding anything as good to use when I writing my HTML pages.
Has anybody got some good ideas? I've been using www.w3c.org and also www.willcam.com is kind of OK, but it's nothing on the coolnerds for usability.
Thanks
Adam
 
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I don't know how it compares to the site you used to use, but I frequently find the references at http://www.w3schools.com/ helpful. (The references are linked on the right-most column from the initial page).
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bear
 
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i have also found w3schools very helpful
 
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Thanks guys.

Adam
 
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