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Nishmat Avraham by Rabbi Dr Avraham Avraham is a classic and is available in Hebrew and English (Artscroll). He discusses IVF quite a few times. In Vol 3, p15 he begins by quoting R' Waldenberg (Tzitz Eliezer 15:45) who doesn't approve, and then quotes R' Nebenzahl (Asya 34), R' Ovadia Yosef (Yabia Omer 8 EH 21) and R' Eliashiv who all permit AIH. Nishmas ...
The Soncino has an introduction to a) The Talmud, b) Each Order, c) Each Tractate. You can see them here: http://halakhah.com/
Look at the introduction of the מאירי to each masechta, where he breaks down the topics of the masechta in general as well as perek by perek. He also does that in a more perek-specific manner at the beginning of each perek. While not technically online (and not either in English, which was not specified in the question), the Hebrewbooks website has the בית ...
Mechon Mamre has the introduction translated interlinearly though not artscroll-style. Sefaria has a number of chapters (see here for one) translated with the english side-by-side, mostly in Sefer HaMadda. Because the translation is crowd-sourced (though moderated for accuracy) that "number" may be larger by the time you click the link. (full disclosure: I ...
Danno's answer pretty much covers it. I would also recommend:http://www.ramaz.org/nusach/index.html, especially for good Ashkenazi davening. If you want resources for leining (reading Torah), this is a good website: http://learntrope.com/
Also try "Virtual Cantor": http://www.virtualcantor.com. It has .mp3 files that can be downloaded.
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