Content and language (Writing for the Web)
- Guidelines For Improving Content Usability For The Web, by Ganeman Russel.
- Web Writing for Many Interest Levels by Nathan Wallace.
- Usable Web: Writing Styles (collection of articles and guidelines on writing for the web).
- Usable Web: Content (articles on the relationship between good content and usable user interfaces).
- Webtechniques: Using Language to Persuade Web Audiences by Molly E. Holzschlag.
- A List Apart: 10 Tips on Writing the Living Web, by Mark Bernstein, 16 August 2002.
- A List Apart: Language: The Ultimate User Interface, by Julia Hayden.
- Words, Words, Words (usability of text content).
- W3C Recommendations: Language information and text direction.
- Useit.com: Writing for the Web (Research on how users read on the Web and how authors should write their Web pages. Mainly based on studies by John Morkes and Jakob Nielsen. Writing Style Guide, links).
- Webreference: Writing on the Internet (articles on style, grammar, punctuation and everything else you need for that professional look).
- Webreference: Writing Well for the Web (Quick and Easy Tips for Non-writers).
- Evolt.org: HTML is not an acronym... (discusses the use of and the differences between abbreviations and acronyms).
- Explaining abbreviations, acronyms and symbols on Web pages.