Sri Desiraju Hanumanta Rao and Sri K. M. K. Murthy
Each sloka is available in ITRANS, Devanagari or Roman transliteration. Fonts need to be downloaded for the last two formats. Word meanings in english and an english translation for each sloka are given. The work is still in progress.
Ramayana on hindunet.org
The complete Valmiki Ramayana is available here in XDVNG devanagari, ITRANS, or as devanagari postscript files. The navigation bar greatly facilitates use of the text. The complete Ramacharitamanasa is also available in ISCII, ITRANS, CSX, PS or XDVNG formats. Links to other interesting sites are given. Definitely worth a visit.
Gita Press Gorakhpur, India
Founded in 1923 to propagate the Gita, over the years, the institution has made available more than 300 million copies of the Gita, Ramayan, Bhagvat, Durga Saptashati, Puranas, Upanishads, and other books in Sanskrit, Hindi, English, Gujarati, Tamil, Marathi, Bangla, Oriya, Telugu, Kannada, and other Indian languages. Ramcharitmanas (.pdf files) is available here for viewing and for download. Each verse is given in devanagari with a roman tranliteration and an english translation.
Srimad Ramayana: The Travels of Rama by Valmeeki Muni
Translated by Karnamrita Dasa, 1997. English translation of Ayodhya Kaanda available. This is part of the ISKON group of sites.
On this website one can Read the Book in devanagari, Search for words or specific verses, use the PowerBrowse feature, download and print the text, and do much more.
Ramayana on Urday.com
Well-organised chapter-wise english summaries of the Ramayana.
Versions of the Ramayana
Has a map of India with the various versions of the Ramayana marked on it according to geographical popularity.
Lessons from Ramayan
Rama and the Ramayana: Lessons in Dharma
Ramayana - A Picture Gallery
The Ramayana - an enduring tradition
The Ramayana: A "Telling" of the Ancient Epic
Understanding Hinduism - Ramayana