They do an excellent job.
Here are some things that might be useful when web programming.
- In programming web pages try not to use tables. Use CSS instead. It is much more efficient and can do more than what a table could do. Does this mean use CSS for everything. No. It just means that tables are a thing of the past. For tabular data always use tables, unless you are an experienced programmer and know what you are doing.
- When trying to program sites, try to use cross browser support. IE is the most buggy system in the world, yet it is the most popular. However, don't forget about people using Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape, and AOL. For instance, the filter css tag does not work in all browsers. That is why we have the CSS Validator link up. Check your validation.
- Don't use large graphics. There is a link that Validates your website. Depending on your download speed of your homepage is whether you pass or not. Anything over 1 second is considered slow. There are sites with the same amount of graphics, using css that download in .2 seconds. This is fast. That is why we use CSS.
I think that wraps it up for now.