Below are some resources that have helped me build my websites. I hope this list can help you out, too!
A handful of unique layouts that look like they'd make good blog themes!
Lots of various CSS and templates that are free for you to use and modify.
A variety of layouts - you're sure to learn something from this code!
Free open-source HTML/Java Webcomic Template!
A lot of lovely themes for various uses here!
Amazing basic layout builder!
Extremely unique collection of templates!
A bunch of themes that could be used for page or blog templates!
A pretty nice free guestbook system.
A fantastic collection of 88x31 buttons, many of retro origins.
A whole lot of retro buttons going on here!
A very nice JS YouTube player!
Want a chatbox for your site? Cbox has you covered!
I love these CSS-driven buttons and use them all the time!
I use this to convert fonts to use on my websites.
A backend API that handles webforms for any site.
A great source of free vectors and graphics.
Decent free web counter for your site with lots of designs to choose from.
Find some retro GIFs for your pages!
A simple and free solution if you just need one or two comment boxes on your site. Makes a great guestbook!
Online blinkie maker!
A nice little blogging system that's perfect for use on Neocities!
Type directly into the text box or copy and paste from word to turn your text into HTML.
Great for if you need to generate a sitemap of your Neocities page.
Everything you need to know to get started on Neocities!
A post I wrote about coding a Favicon for your website.
A post I wrote about coding a social media preview card for your HTML pages.
A post I wrote about coding an RSS feed for your site - includes preview images in the RSS feed.
Neocities also has a lot of guides on how to create a website.
A post I wrote about coding an email contact form on an HTML page without php.
If you want to create an RSS feed for your Neocities page, this will get you started!
This is where I learned how to install custom fonts on my sites.
So many amazing tutorials and references. I don't know where I'd be without this site.