HTMLGoodies Community Mentors: HTML

By Vince Barnes

Meet Our HTML Mentors

Marty Bozeman:

I have been designing personal and small business web sites for the past three years as a freelance web designer. I also serve as a editor for the Open Directory Project. I specialize in HTML and CSS code.

You can visit my web site at http://www.southerntwilight.com

Deb:

I have been online for approximately 8 years and have spent most of that time in HTML, computer and general internet help message board and chat room communities. You can visit my website to find out more about me at http://www.geocities.com/xchablisx , which is currently in various states of disarray ;-).

Angel Belford:

I have obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Technical Communication. While completing my education, I developed web pages for the universitys computer lab. I also wrote articles for several editions of the computer labs online bulletin.


Currently, I work as a technical writer for a large furniture company. Part of my job duties include designing and developing online manuals.
With my education and work experience, I have been designing and developing web pages for about five years.
 

Ryan Flynn:

I have a Computer Science degree from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. I have worked for several companies as a web site/application developer. I currently live and work in Rapid City, SD as a Data Processing Assistant and Systems Administrator at Behavior Management Systems.

I am experienced in HTML, JavaScript and VBScript. I also have good knowledge of programming in C++ and Java. A few sites that I have helped develop are UncleFed.com, http://www.MortgageDataWeb.com and BehaviorManagement.org. I am currently the webmaster of BehaviorManagement.org.

Taylor Smith:

I have a collection of books on HTML and other languages that I have studied. Currently, I am working on websites for local businesses. I have always wanted to help people with HTML, and I would love to assist anyone who has problems. I also have reasonable knowledge in ASP, CSS, Java, Javascript, and DHTML, but don't expect too much.



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