XHTML & CSS Links
Here are some other XHTML/CSS related sites I find useful. If you're looking for a good reference, tutorial, or example, try these...
Development News & Blogs
- The Daily Report
- Much-needed standards-based advocacy from Zeldman, with many interesting links.
- A List Apart
- Magazine for people who make websites.
- A community of website designers, who have written many interesting articles.
- Simon Willison
- An interesting blog on all things Web-related.
- Dave Shea's Mezzoblue
- Dave Shea's weblog; the creator of the CSS Zen Garden.
Resource / Tutorial Sites
- CSS Zen Garden
- Not really a reference, but it will show you of the power of CSS by blowing your mind.
- NYPL Style Guide
- Harness the power of XHTML with these simple guidelines.
- Eric Meyer
- Load Mozilla, Opera or Safari and check out his CSS/Edge experiments...
- NC Design
- An HTML and CSS reference with clear examples, compatibility and syntax. This is where I head first when I'm on the hunt for tag and class info...
- REALLY comprehensive set of references on CSS/XHTML/DOM/etc. Bookmark this one.
- Index DOT Html/Css
- Another great HTML/CSS reference site.
- The Nemesis Project
- A Wiki-like collection of CSS resources and tutorials/tricks.
- Dithered CSS Hacks
- Want to fix an browser-specific CSS bug? This is it. The rest of the site's good too.
- A good list of CSS layout resources.
- QuirksMode (PPK's Site)
- Explorer Bugs
- Find out exactly how poor the IE6 rendering engine really is, and how to fix it.
- IE6 Flicker @ FiveSevenSix
- Explanation of a problem common to many CSS based sites.
The Horses' Mouths
- MSDN Library
- Microsoft's spin on DHTML, CSS and JS, well worth a browse. Look under 'Web Development' > 'Web Page Development', as well as 'Scripting'... this site is packed with information.
- Netscape DevEdge
- The Mozilla Project: Web Developers
- One of the most standards-compliant rendering engines available.
- Opera Specifications
- Features supported by the Opera browser.
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I'm always looking for useful web development resources to link. So please empty your bookmark folder in my general direction!