Cascading Style Sheets
CSS3 is the new kid in the stylesheet family. It offers exciting new possibilities to create an impact with your designs, allows you to use more diverse style sheets for a variety of occasions and lots more. We created this site because we want to share our experiences of CSS3 with you, and want nothing more than to simply be the biggest online resource covering CSS3. (Hey, weâ€™re ambitious!)
Good tutorial by Douglas Bowman.
Can you take a simple list and use different Cascading Style Sheets to create radically different list options? The Listamatic shows the power of CSS when applied to one simple list using samples from Eric Meyer, ProjectSeven, SimpleBits, Jeffrey Zeldman and others.
By Joe Gillespie of Web Page Design for Designers
THE Advanced CSS Resource
The CSS Know-How Site
Todd Fahrner's Agitprop is an experimental space featuring items of interest to Web developers, particularly with regard to typographical design support.
A very useful quick compatibility table, as well as info about CSS2 selectors and declarations.
English translations of CSS2 selectors Ever wondered what a particularly complex CSS2 selector really means? Here's your chance to find out! Best of all, the SelectORacle will flag potential errors and other problems, and it won't choke on any actual rules.
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HTML Writers Guild's FAQ with answers from Håkon Wium Lie and Bert Bos, creators of CSS.
This is a very hands-on tutorial, with many examples that you can try out yourself. By the end of this tutorial you'll know how to give simple hints about how your documents will appear on screen. Later on we'll look at how you can also control printing and speech- based rendering of your documents.
Coupled with HTML, Style Sheets will change the way you think about the web. You will add style and color, position objects precisely, and control the look of the website all from a single file. There are several help websites pertaining to Style Sheets, but few explain how to 'put it all together' and make it work with your HTML. The object of this series will be to do just that.
The aim of this guide is to show, with examples, the principles you should follow when writing style sheets, so as to not risk your documents hard or impossible to read for some users.
THE CSS website.
A good and extensive site about CSS.
The W3C's Recommendation gives the complete specification for CSS1.