In the course of your tenure with the Wolftech Webteam, it is inevitable that you will eventually need help with something. Whether you just need help locating a missing semi-colon or parenthensis or you need a brand new concept explained, it's never a bad idea to get some help when you are completely stumped with something. Here at the Wolftech Webteam, we have two main methods of getting help with a project. First, we generally turn to the great sage that is Google for wisdom and guidance. If that fails, we turn to the person sitting next to us (or in the office next door) and ask for help. Only this time, we are praying they don't tell us, "Just search Google for it."
But before you begin clicking around cyberspace blindly, you should first check some online manuals. One website with multiple manuals avaliable is http://www.w3schools.com. At W3Schools Online, you can find HTML, CSS, Java Script, and many other tutorials. These guides are great for looking up answers to simple or common questions that you might have. Another interesting site to consider is http://www.aci.com.pl/mwichary/guidebook/icons/components. This site contains most of the various graphics used in pretty much every operating system since they became graphical. It also gives a historical note about each operating system.