This web site is about Cascading Style Sheets as a means to separate the presentation from the structural markup of a web site, and it will help you answer some of those frequently asked Questions, explains some of the Basics of CSS, gives you tips and tricks for tackling the problems with Netscape 4, offers you a tutorial about Positioning with CSS (CSS-P, web design without tables). There is also a page with interesting Links.
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The CSS Know-How Site


CSS Links

Tools for Web Developers
Examples for CSS-P Web Sites
Other interesting Links about CSS
Articles and Miscellaneous
Other Resources

Our Favorite Links:

Note: All links open in a new window.


Professional Web Business Tools:

WebDevBiz Toolbox

Professional Web Business Tools were created specifically for the independent web developer or small web design firm. They're sure to give you more confidence and your web design business a boost.

Includes these editable Word documents:

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Examples for CSS-P web sites:

Rotary Club of Lake Mary
Carpet Therapy
Seminole Money Tree
Facility ProTech
Jay M. Weller
Sharon Spano
Patriot Water System
Edge of my Seat
The DocuScan Group
Orange County Medical Society
Julian Credit Management
Lore Lindner Jewellery
Orion HiTek, Inc.
LEAD$ Group

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P@tty Ayer's Link Tutorial
Glish: CSS Layout Techniques
Eric Meyer's CSS/Edge
CSS Properties and their Values by Blooberry
the noodle incident: CSS Tutorials, Links, Tips....
Denis Wilford's CSS-P Tutorial
Codebitch: NN4 crashers
W3Schools: CSS Tutorial
Eric Meyer's CSS
SelfHTML: CSS Know-How (Deutsch)
Ross Shannon's Your HTML Source
Site Experts: CSS Tutor
'Edge of my Seat' CSS Tutorial
EchoEcho: CSS Tutorial
Web Standards (WASP)
Westciv: Positioning Tutorial
Mark Newhouse's
Eric Meyer's Link Specificity
HWG: Resources
Your HTML Source: Stylesheets
HTMLHelp CSS Reference

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Other interesting Links about CSS are:

The Mastergrid
CSS1, CSS2 Browser Support
Pointers: CSS Bugs
TopStyle CSS Software
Webreview: CSS FAQ
Project Cool: CSS Reference
Webreference: CSS
Blooberry's CSS Information
DevGuru's Quick Reference


Articles and Miscellaneous:

Effective Use of Stylesheets
A List Apart: Practical CSS
Eric Meyer's Top 10 Tips
Eric Meyer's: Print Different
A List Apart: Give Me Pixels...

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And (very important) these are validators that tell you if your style sheet is ok or not:
W3C CSS Validator
WDG HTML Validator or
W3C HTML Validator
List of different validators


Other Resources: See Extensions -> CSS A site with resources all over the web

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