LINKS & THANKS
Working on this Appaloosa Pedigree site is an on-going job that requires much more than one person. I owe a special thanks to:
- Circle K Horse Pavilion Jerry and Margaret gave me an opportunity to experiment and learn about web design and HTML by building their web site. They also furnished the pedigree of their champion stallion Brezeabout.
- High Shams Ranches Rod and Judy Basehore, from northern California. Their stallion, A Music Tradition (ApHC son of Music City Prince by Prince's Twist by Prince Plaudit) is the little navigational horse used at the bottom of the pages. They have a larger version of him standing at stud back at the ranch.
- The Appaloosa Horse Club staff, back there in scenic Moscow, Idaho, provided the initial listing of hall of famers and have helped me with numerous inquiries.
- Doug Daugherty designed a web site for Danny and Sherry Myre's Lonesome Dove Ranch. The pedigree format pages at this site are used with his permission.
How to make your own web page - free help!
- Page Tutor. Formerly Professional Web Design, Joe Barta has some excellent tutorials all about web pages, tables, etc., and it's affordable -- FREE!
- HTML Goodies Prof. Joe Burns also provides easy to follow and understand lessons on HTML, pages, tables, frames, banners, etc. He has gotten his second wind and is updating many of his tutorials (I suppose I will be going back for another visit). -- FREE!
- HTML 4 Rookies Larry Dozier (Griz) has a web site that can teach you how to get a web page together, correctly and quickly. Griz also provides some quality resource links to a wealth of HTML/web/internet knowledge. And it is FREE!
- The HTML Students' Support Pages Terry Franks may be on the other side of the Atlantic pond (now, aren't those good directions for publishing on the World Wide Web!) but his easy to understand lessons can help you write HTML like a seasoned rookie (like me). -- FREE!
- Quick Guide to HTML Paul Graham took time out from square dancing to write a concise guide that will help you understand and put together a web page in fast forward time. Then, you need to go further your HTML education with Joe, Joe, Larry, and Terry (see above). -- FREE!
- No link here, but thanks also to my wife, the kids, the grand children, and the horses. They, and the good doctor, keep me going, and going, and going.....