TECFA CSS Page
Most of our pages are so simple that we don't even need style-sheets :). It's just not in the center of my interests. Only got (some) time for contents.
CSS at TECFA
Well, since IE 6 and Mozilla seem to handle most of CSS1 (and even some of CSS 2) I teach the basics here. We also use CSS with client-side XML.
Manuals, short references and implementation charts
When you are in doubt proceed first with an on-line validation, then check bug-lists, e.g. RichInStyle's or another pick form the list at W3C.
(see also the Links section, maybe looking at examples will get you there faster !)
Design without tables, CSS Positioning, etc.
CSS with XML
... not sure I want to keep this topic here.
Tools / Software
(some day ....)
- CSS Page at W3C, see also Style. Specifications plus some good ressources links.
- *** Zen Garden, The Beauty of CSS Design. This allows you to load various great CSS designs of into the page (which then radically changes its appearence (recommended, over 400 designs !).
- CCVault This site has a nice gallery and various good links to other resources (tutorials and examples that are worth a visit).
- css/Edge. This is another good site for advanced CSS: "The goal here is to find ways to make CSS live up to its fullest potential, with only minimal regard to browser limitations" (own examples + good pointers)
- Position is Everything Quote: "we're Big John and Holly Bergevin, and together we built this site to explain some obtuse CSS bugs in modern browsers, provide demo examples of interesting CSS behaviors, and show how to 'make it work' without using tables for layout purposes."
- CSS Layout Techniques: for Fun and Profit, CSS notes for the Eric Costello's Glish.com
- House of Style Tutorials and Guides (also sell the Style Master software)
- DHTML Links (good CSS pointers)
- Cascading Style Sheets (good list of links at WebReference.com)
- Web Content Articles at Apple's Developper connection has some CSS articles and Safari information
Daniel K. Schneider
Last modified: Mon Oct 30 14:21:44 CET 2006