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HTML Writers Guild Mailing Lists
The HWG was founded in 1994 as the World Wide Web's leading training organization for the Web design community, with over 150,000 members in more than 160 countries world-wide.
In 2001 the Guild joined with the International Webmaster's Association to form IWA-HWG,
the professional association for the growth of the professional web design company and individual.
The community is aimed primarily at users of Dreamweaver who want to discuss and learn about the
effective use of Dreamweaver as a web development tool as well as site management
tool for web sites and web based applications
HTML-Haven is a Web Development Discussion Group dedicated to accommodate the novice as well as the seasoned web developer/designer.
Web Design Team or WDT
The WDT is for specialists and beginners alike and any member may openly participate in the conversations or simply listen and learn. The WDT is a community for learning and sharing web design information. Topics like Flash, CSS, Photoshop, HTML, Browser Compatibility, FrontPage, Dreamweaver and scripting are common within our messages. The WDT is for specialists and beginners alike and any member may openly participate in the conversations or simply listen and learn.
WebDesign-L is a mailing list community created in early 1997. The list is intended as a forum for those involved in creating the Web whether for business, for self-expression, or for exploring the possibilities of a new medium.
FrontPage 2003, FrontPage 2002, FrontPage2000, Front Page 98, Front Page Express, frontpage for MAC users welcome!. This list has been set up for all users of Microsoft's FrontPage Web.