I've been looking for good CSS (stylesheet) articles that don't just teach the basics which I already know. This one looks pretty good so I write it down for later reading.
A List Apart has many good articles for high-level web development. Sadly many of the CSS articles are pretty old so there's (with todays measure) too much talk about non-supporting browsers. I suspect a lot has happened in the last year that will enable me to try the bleeding-edge CSS techniques.
- Best water in the world
24 February 2004
25 February 2004
- Related by keywords:
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- premailer.py - Transform CSS into line style attributes with lxml.html
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- The awesomest way possible to serve your static stuff in Django with Nginx
24 March 2010
- premailer now excludes pseudo selectors by default
27 May 2013
- mincss in action - sample report from the wild
22 January 2013
- This site is now 100% inline CSS and no bytes are wasted
05 March 2013
- XHTML, HTML and CSS compressor
07 April 2004
- How to use premailer as a command line script
13 July 2012
- The importance of checking in Firefox
07 July 2008
- Intel.com incompatible to Mozilla
23 July 2004
- Why should I use XHTML?
17 May 2004
- Good design examples for a non-blog
09 June 2005