Whether you’re a web designer, a PHP coder, or a blogger, it pays to know the ins and outs of CSS and HTML. Even if you’ve memorized the entire CSS Spec documents (unlikely), there’s still more to learn. CSS Maniacs everywhere are coming up with new techniques every day, and it’s a good idea to keep current on the latest methods for dodging around Internet Explorer bugs and building CSS grid layouts. Then you have a constant stream of downloadable utilities (and Firefox extensions) to aid you in your design work.
Well, let’s cut to the chase. Here are a few CSS tutorials, techniques, and resources (in no particular order):
- Dynamic Drive CSS Library
- CSS.MaxDesign – Home of the “Listamatic” tutorials
- Internet Explorer CSS Bug Fixes
- Macworld Secrets: CSS tricks for custom bullets
- How to Create a Block Hover Effect for a List of Links
- Mini Tabbed Pages
- 101 CSS Resources to Add to Your Toolbelt of Awesomeness
- 71 CSS Menu Links
- CSS @ Smashing Magazine
- CSS Dock Menu
- Web Design From Scratch
- Pullquotes That Really Pull
- CSSeasy.com – Learn CSS page layout the modern way.
- Ten CSS tricks you may not know
- Ten more CSS tricks you may not know
- Image Caption
- CSS Reset – Remove all browser defaults.
- Master Stylesheet (similar to CSS reset)
- CSS Galleries: Free Web Designs for Download
- CSS Layouts Vs. Table Layouts
- Tables Aren’t Dead Yet
- CSS Slicing Guide
- Learn CSS Positioning in Ten Steps
- From Mess to CSS
- Dummy Lipsum
- W3C CSS Validator
- Mozilla Firefox – Face it, Internet Explorer sucks.
- CSS Tab Designer
- CSS Tweak
- Standalone Internet Explorer (IE3-6) – Useful for testing.