Barebones HTML Guide - http://werbach.com/barebones/barebones.html This is the guide I used to learn HTML. I recommend it.
CGI Programming 101 - http://www.cgi101.com/book/ CGI Programming 101 will show you how to add guestbooks, page counters, shopping carts and other interactive elements to your website. CGI programming is easy to learn; if you know HTML, you can learn CGI. You don't need any prior programming experience.
Code Project - http://www.codeproject.com/ Your place for 17,499 free Visual Studio and .NET articles, code snippets, discussions, news and the best bunch of developers on the net.
HTML Jump Gate - http://www.tidbits.com/tonya/jumpgate.html The HTML Jump Gate covers HTML specifications for Macintosh based web browsers.
HTML Writers Guild - http://www.hwg.org/ "Our Web Design Training Program has provided the very best in online web design training to more than 45,000 individuals interested in web design and development since 1998. Our Web Design Courses cover a breadth of Web work, from html to Flash; from Dreamweaver to Photoshop. Each online Web class is taught by our fellow experts and working professionals in the field."
IRT - http://www.irt.org/index.htm Fromm ColdFusion to VB Script, this site holds FAQs about many different development problems.
Killer Sites - http://www.killersites.com/ Creating Killer Web Sites Online is the companion site to David Siegel's best selling book. If you want to learn how to create third-generation web sites, this site is a must see!
Kjell Post - http://www.irstamek.com/Kjell/Home.html I was introduced to a programmable calculator around 1978 at the age of 15, then a mini-computer the year after. I wrote my first machine code program for a 1 MHz processor in 1980, picked up a book on compilers in 1982, learned about UNIX in 1983, started using e-mail in 1984, saw the WWW in the early 1990’s, got my PhD in 1994 and been wondering what to do since then.
NavSurf - http://www.navsurf.com/ Makers of several menu systems for web pages. I don't use any of them, but some of them could come in handy someday.
PHP Classes Repository - http://www.phpclasses.org/ Resource for learning PHP.
Quick Reference Cards - http://www.digilife.be/quickreferences/quickrefs.htm Covers many categories including Web & Markup, Bash, C, C++, C#, Java, Perl, PHP, Linux and Unix, SQL, XML and others.
SQL Tutorial for Beginners - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL08903FB7ACA1C2FB In this tutorial, we will start from the very basics and cover topics like joins, views, triggers, system functions, stored procedures, user defined scalar and table valued functions etc. These video tutorials will be useful for frehsers, experienced .NET and SQL Database developers. If you like these videos, please feel free to share with your friends on facebook and google plus.
SQL Tutorial from w3schools - http://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp This tutorial will teach you how to use SQL to access and manipulate data in: MySQL, SQL Server, Access, Oracle, Sybase, DB2, and other database systems.
Using the Request.ServerVariables Object - http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/092298-3.shtml Active Server Pages exposes an object called ServerVariables, which is part of the Request object. This ServerVariables object allows the programmer to see many environment variables. You can use the ServerVariables along with IIS's directory sercurity options to determine who is currently accessing your site. You can also grab the visitor's IP address using the ServerVariables object. This article includes a question and answer from the Activer Server Pages mailing list, as well as an excerpt from the Visual InterDev 1.0 help files detailing all of the properties of the ServerVariables object.
Visual Representation of SQL Joins - http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/33052/Visual-Representation-of-SQL-Joins - I'm a pretty visual person. Things seem to make more sense as a picture. I looked all over the Internet for a good graphical representation of SQL JOINs, but I couldn't find any to my liking. Some had good diagrams but lacked completeness (they didn't have all the possible JOINs), and some were just plain terrible. So, I decided to create my own and write an article about it.
W3Schools - http://www.w3schools.com/ Online web tutorials for ASP, PHP, XML, ADO and many other web bevelopment technologies.