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This site is an outstanding HTML tutorial for beginners. It is well laid out making it easy to navigate with many interactive portions allowing you to test what you learn. You can expect to leave this site with a good grasp of the basics of html.
This would be a great tutorial to assign to students. I would use this tutorial before allowing students to use web editing software. It does a very good job of explaining the tags and the information is organized well. Unfortunately, the Try It Out function no longer works and students can't view their code within the tutorial. However, I would ask students to type their code into a Notepad and save as an html file to turn in as an assignment. The only shortcoming of this tutorial was the section on Image Mapping, but I feel students would still benefit from understanding the basic concept and then using an editing program to accurately map out their images later.