Resources

Please be aware that most graphics and photos found online are not free to use. Always keep copyright in mind when using anything found on the internet, and if possible, use images that are licensed under Creative Commons. It is possible for companies to sue individuals who keep their sites on Fullerton College servers and are in violation of copyright infringement. The best way to avoid complications is to use the following resources, use your own photos or get written permission for photos.

ClipArt

OpenClipArt.org

Site with over 60,000 clipart graphics for commercial or personal use.

WikiMedia Commons – Illustrations Category

Graphics for use in educational materials. Each image has their own terms for use by the author.

Photos

PicJumbo

Free photos for commercial and personal works.

WikiMedia Commons – Photograph Category

Photos free for use in educational materials. Each image has their own terms for use by the author.

Flickr: Creative Commons

Search Flickr’s Creative Commons images. Each image has their own terms for use by the author.


Fonts

Google Fonts

Open Source webfonts that you can use on websites or download.

Font Squirrel

Free fonts for commercial use.

Font Awesome

Web font containing a variety of social media icons and misc. icons for digital use

Practical Typography

An online book that goes over good typography practices for web and print.

HTML

W3Schools HTML(5) Tutorial

An in-depth tutorial that teaches HTML.

Codecademy: HTML and CSS module

A beginner course for HTML and CSS, estimated course time is 7 hours.

WordPress

WordPress.org: WordPress for Beginners

WordPress.org: Writing Posts

WordPress.tv