An interactive timeline of the history of the web.
An extensive collection of online tutorials in Web Design, Development and iOS.
Hosting for students from $1 a month. Plans for developers, freelancers and teachers too.
Full of tools and resources for teachers and young learners.
A really friendly, unintimidating community forum if you want to ask a question about working in the web.
If you have a technical question, it's probably already been answered on Stackoverflow. If not, you can ask for advice from this huge community of developers.
After school clubs teaching primary school children Scratch.
Mix and match colour combinations for your site using colour wheels, images, or browse ones other people have made.
Free background tiles released under a Creative Commons license.
A library of screenshots showcasing the design of different sites, categorised by type of website, style, theme, structure, and more.
Test websites on iOS and Android devices
Browser extension for inspecting websites.
Adds lots of tools useful for web development to a browser. Available for Firefox and Chrome.
A browser plugin that helps you inspect the web and make changes to it. It also helps you learn about HTML, the language of the web.
"Founded in September 2006, Smashing Magazine delivers useful and innovative information to Web designers and developers. Our aim is to inform our readers about the latest trends and techniques in Web development."
"featuring tutorials from leading agencies, interviews with the web’s biggest names, and agenda-setting features on the hottest issues affecting the internet today."
"If you are looking for advice on designing, developing or running your website then you are in the right place." Check out their forum, it has a thriving community of lovely people.
Formerly a mailing list, A List Apart is now a web-based bi-weekly magazine which has been running since 1998.
Regular articles on design ideas, trends and tutorials.
Advice and best practices from experts in web standards. A good range of articles, reviews and discussions.
The advent calendar for web geeks. There's a new article for the first 24 days of December, but if you don't want to wait until then, there's plenty of great stuff in the archives.
Bookmark interesting podcasts, then create a feed out of them. It's like Instapaper or Delicious, but for audio.
A series of video podcasts asking professional designers and developers how they started their careers.
The podcast for all those designing and developing websites.
A range of podcasts on a variety of topics including starting a business, web development and general banter.
Web development banter from the Think Vitamin team.
Hosted by Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert.
A weekly podcast, with over 100 episodes on web design and development.
Hosted by Iain Lobb and Seb Lee-Delisle, on programming for creative applications.
"The show for independent professionals who build the web"
A huge collection of articles and tools for designing and developing sites for the mobile web.
Examples of styleguides made for the web.
Printable pages of CSS syntax.
Printable pages of HTML character entities.
A library of HTML snippets to copy and paste into your site.
"A collection of ways to improve the clarity of a PSD when transferred. You stay organized, your developer stays happy. Fist bumps all around."
A library of design patterns on other websites, inspiration for your next project.
Upload screenshots of your work in progress and get feedback from other designers.
Ruby tutorials aimed at kids.
Lots of resources for students learning to code.
A kerning game. "Achieve pleasant and readable text by distributing the space between letters"
Is it the name of a font, or is it the name of a cheese?
A typography dating game, built by Aura Seltzer as a thesis project.
Test your typography skills by shooting the serif fonts, but not the sans-serif fonts.